Road Users Urged to Exercise Responsibility to Curb Accidents
The Board’s Road Safety Mainstreaming Committee represented the Board through our partnership with the National Transport and Safety Authority-Kenya (NTSA) in commemorating the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDoR) 2022 on Sunday 20th November, 2022.
Themed: '#Justice', the #WDoR2022KE aimed at remembering those who lost their lives to road accidents and survivors as well as to create awareness on the importance of road safety.
This year's #WDoR2022KE was marked with a cycling Race dubbed: 'The Grand Nairobi Bike Race,' that was flagged off by the Nairobi City County Governor, Hon. Johnson Sakaja in company of other leaders, at City Hall.
There was later a procession followed by an interdenominational prayer service at the Milimani Law Courts as part of #WDoR2022KE.
The WDoR is celebrated globally on the 3rd Sunday of every November with calls for road users to exercise responsibility and help curb road carnages that are common during the festive season.
We remain committed to working with like-minded partners in the public and private sector to execute its regulatory mandate, programs and campaigns with the aim of protecting children from exposure to harmful content as well as to promote Kenya's culture, National values and national aspirations.