Strategy components are as follows:
Enforcement, with advertising to support enforcement focus, has the fastest
Engineering programmes in hazardous locations have a medium term effect.
Education in schools and communities has a long-term effect.
Evaluation is an on-going process to support a data-driven, scientifically based
- Political will, commitment and support from government.
- Buy-in of all stakeholders and those associated with Road Safety,
including departments of Justice, Health and Education.
- Public relations to ensure community support.
- Accurate and up-to-date data against which to measure success.
- Work in all areas (enforcement, public relations and education) in
previously disadvantaged and rural communities to correct past imbalances.
- Collaboration and cooperation and teamwork, i.e. shared vision.
- Effective Management and best use of resources, including fiscal
- Enforcement mainly to take place in hazardous locations to gain community
support for increased enforcement and to have maximum effect.
- Synergy between all the elements, with the main focus on speed, alcohol
and other critical offences.
- Special efforts to ensure pedestrian safety.