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Uganda Joins the World To Commemorate the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims on 20th November, 2022 at the Old Taxi Park Kampala.

With 18 days left to 20th November, we do not want to lose more lives in road crashes to remember; we want to live our lives together! If you cannot be disciplined on the road, then where else can you be? As this is a matter of life and death! Uganda Professional Drivers Network (UPDN), …

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Road Safety Solutions in Uganda Requires Investments in Attitude and Mindset Change According to Existing Data for Safer Road Transport

The Ministry of Works and Transport, recently (14th October, 2021) at Mestil Hotel in Kampala; launched the National Road Safety Action Plan aiming at reducing road crashes, serious injuries and deaths by 50% come year 2030 as guided by the Global Plan for Road Safety. 11 people get Killed every day on our roads for …

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Press Release – National Drivers Conference and Goal Zero Awards 2022

Uganda Professional Drivers’ Network (UPDN), The Ministry of Works and Transport and The Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) among other road transport stakeholders have organized The Annual Professional Drivers’ Conference and Road Transport Excellence Awards 2022, which will take place on Friday 9th December, 2022 in Kampala-Uganda.11 People get killed on our roads daily, according …

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Uganda Traffic Police Releases the 2021 Annual Crime Report – Our Roads Remain A Death Trap Every Year!

Every year Uganda Police releases to the public, The Annual Crime Report. Within the report is The Road Traffic Report as well. Surprisingly road traffic crashes continue to be on the rise, with number of fatalities equally increasing year in  year out. Boda boda and pedestrains maintaining a record of the most affected road user …

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Who to Be Blamed for the Current Public Transport Dilemma? Is It the Drivers?, Our Roads?, Government?

Just for Wednesday and Thursday, our roads killed close to 40 people in tragic crashes of Fortportal and Mbale Roads. May the souls of the departed ones rest in peace and those nursing injuries, quick recovery. We sympathize with the survivors and pray for your quickest recovery. The double tragedy of crashes which claimed about …

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