A tribute to Gay Byrne’s Road Safety Legacy by Liz O’Donnell Gay Byrne – His road safety legacy is more than a footnote in his illustrious career This has been a week of sadness and loss as the nation learned […]
24,390 people killed on Irish roads since records began, the equivalent of the town of Carlow Sunday, 17 November marks ‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’ a day when commemorations take place globally to remember those injured or […]
A total of 17 awards were presented by the RSA to individuals and organisations in recognition of their commitment and dedication to road safety at the ceremony.
Ahead of the August Bank Holiday weekend, An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) published a road safety progress review, covering the period January 1 – July 29, 2019. The media briefing took place in Store Street Garda […]
Liz O’Donnell with Garda Commissioner Drew Harris, Minister Shane Ross, Moyagh Murdock and Assistant Commissioner Dave Sheehan at the launch of the RSA Christmas and New Year Road Safety Appeal 2018. The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána have […]
RSA- Back to School Campaign 2018 Some photos from the RSA’s recent launch of their Back to School Campaign with Liz O’Donnell
Safety Programme Aimed at Rehabilitating Dangerous Drivers Wins Top Honours at RSA Road Safety Awards Wednesday 14 December 2016: A Donegal-based road safety programme aimed at rehabilitating dangerous drivers has won the National Supreme Award at this year’s Road Safety […]
17 November 2016 23,949 people killed on Irish roads since 1959 This Sunday, the victims of road collisions across the globe will be remembered on ‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’. To mark the day, the Road Safety […]