Local public entity that performs administrative functions in the province for interurban areas or the entire provincial territory in the environmental, cultural, health and service sectors.
We commit to the European Road Safety Charter with the three-year Regional Plan for Road Safety which is divided into four main areas:
1. Infrastructure: governmental procedures for road safety will be developed through monitoring and the analysis of road accidents. Action proposals will then be drawn up for road network improvement in terms of layout and additional elements based on results from the road accident analysis, while efficiency will be evaluated using appropriate monitoring and measurement tools.
2. Mobility: an area that includes safe mobility initiatives, mainly through promoting and operating collective transport systems during the night at weekends and targeting young people in particular (night bus initiative).
3. Road safety education: includes educational activities in schools (17 secondary schools), holding a consistent annual road safety training course for secondary school children, designing and setting up a strategic road safety educational unit in regional secondary schools, peer educator actions in informal situations, and conventions with safe driving centres with courses for newly qualified drivers.
4. Communication: involves gathering information and organising awareness campaigns for safe driving by defining a media plan that encompasses all of the road safety actions organised by the province. The media plan will be developed primarily through the use of traditional tools targeting all citizens, including targeted communication with the subsequent use of tools for specific targets (leaflets for all licence holders and newly qualified drivers, information booklets for newly qualified drivers etc.).
The actions will include all 212,000 citizens of the Province of Belluno.