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.


The legislative role for safe and healthy mobility

On 20 May, with the support of PAHO/WHO, we held the online seminar "The role of legislators for safe and sustainable mobility", to raise awareness of the key role of legislators in developing mobility with special emphasis on road safety.


Safe School Zone - a multidimensional approach

On 18 May, with the support of PAHO/WHO Argentina, we held the virtual conference "Safe School Zone - a multidimensional approach", where different success stories in our region on safe school environments and the importance of working on them were presented.


Street for life

On our streets, all over the world, where we walk, enjoy and live together, we demand action against speeding. Streets that facilitate coexistence and have low speed limits are essential and urgent.


Second Decade of Action for Road Safety

In September 2020, governments around the world pledged to halve road traffic deaths and injuries during a new decade of action.


Safe Children. Everyone´s responsibility

Together with CONASET, and with the support of ISA Intervial and FIA Foundation, we carried out an international online event to show how Chile has managed, in just a few years, to generate a cultural change that has led to a reduction in the number of children killed and seriously injured in traffic accidents.


Presentation of the Chilean success story

During the event "Safe Children - Everyone's Responsibility", the publication "Child Restraint Systems, A multidimensional approach to strengthen their use. The Case of Chile", which summarizes the lines of action that made up the long-term policy for strengthening the use of CRS in Chile.


Uruguay is a reference in the region for its zero alcohol tolerance law in traffic

OPS and the Fundación Gonzalo Rodriguez conducted a research based on national and international publications to determine the impact of alcohol on accident rates.