Improving road safety outcomes through training

In 2019, thanks to the support of the UPS Foundation, the Gonzalo Rodríguez Foundation (FGR) and the National Road Safety Agency (ANSV), signed an agreement to consolidate and strengthen collaboration to generate and update public policies and regulations for road safety practices, with a focus on safe mobility.


Safe Child Mobility in Argentina

Children's Road Safety is one of the pillars of the Gonzalo Rodríguez Foundation's work, mainly due to its high knowledge on the subject. That is why one of the work plans in Argentina -where the Foundation already has an operational site- is precisely to develop a national road safety plan in Argentina.


Dominican Republic: an opportunity in Child Road Safety

Central America represents a real opportunity to show substantial changes in terms of safe child mobility and child road safety. For this reason, in coordination with the National Institute of Traffic and Land Transportation (INTRANT), the Gonzalo Rodriguez Foundation trained 26 references from 9 public agencies in child road safety.


Results of the Gonzalo Rodríguez Cultural Center contest

On December 1st, the winners of the preliminary architectural design competition for the Gonzalo "Gonchi" Rodríguez Cultural Center were announced.


Effectiveness of control as an agent of change

With the support of UNASEV and the National Directorate of Roadside Police, we held the regional seminar "Control Effectiveness as an Agent of Change", which was attended by agents from different countries.


Child Road Safety in Argentina: a long term commitment

With the presence of almost 250 people, together with the Argentine Road Safety Agency, we held a virtual conference on the progress of public policies aimed at children's road safety in that country.


High impact urban intervention

As part of the 20th anniversary of the Gonzalo Rodriguez Foundation, a high-impact urban intervention was held to raise awareness and publicly reaffirm the concern and request the commitment of all to work to improve road safety in Uruguay, which in 2019 claimed the lives of 422 people.


1/3 of Chileans will change their usual form of transportation by car or bicycle

34% of Chileans say that they have thought about changing their most frequently used transport to the car in the first place and the bicycle in the second.