Launch of the Program for Instructors in Safe Motorcycle Driving

Together with the National Road Safety Agency of Argentina and the Licensing Directorate, we presented in the city of Guaymallén (Mendoza) the start of the Practical Specialization Program for Instructors in Safe Motorcycle Driving, which will enable those who take it to identify themselves as specialized instructors in licenses for these vehicles.


Promoting child road safety actions through international cooperation

With the support of the Uruguayan Agency for International Cooperation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we presented our work on child road safety to the delegations in Uruguay of Panama, El Salvador and Colombia.


We acknowledged the companies that collaborate with our work

Two key objectives that we carry out with the programs we develop in Uruguay are to place road accidents on the public agenda and to work for safe and healthy mobility.


Improving child road safety in Central America

Road traffic crashes are, according to the WHO, the leading cause of death for children and young people between 5 and 29 years of age. In the Americas, the mortality rate per 100,000 inhabitants is 15.6, but across the region the figures are extremely disparate.


Together with Intrant we signed an agreement for children's road safety

This agreement seeks to promote, implement and manage public policies and programs for Child Road Safety in the Dominican Republic.


Federal Programme for Child Road Safety in Argentina - 2021

Together with the Fundación Gonzalo Rodríguez and the National Road Safety Agency of Argentina, progress continues to be made in the development of provincial child road safety plans.


Safe mobility for families

May is a special month for road safety, with the launch of Global Road Safety Week and the Yellow May. In this framework, we signed an agreement with the National Directorate of the Ministry of Social Development to promote safe mobility for families.


Gonchi Rodríguez to have a monument in Montevideo

The Departmental Board of the capital city unanimously approved the proposal enabling the IMM to implement its placement in Carrasco.