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Together for traffic safety

CALL FOR MUNICIPALITIES CO-FINANCING OF ROAD SAFETY SYSTEMS COPS systems, d.o.o, and Sipronika, d.o.o, in cooperation with Zavarovalnica Triglav, d.d., invite municipalities to apply for the co-financing of road safety systems in local environments.

"Together for Road Safety", is the Slovenian-wide project of Zavarovalnica Triglav and its partners that is increasing safety on Slovenian roads for the fourth time with the co-financing of systems for preventing the most common causes of traffic accidents.
 

Throughout previous years, we set up 44 speed indicators "You Drive", in cooperation with Slovenian municipalities, to slow down traffic and prevent the most common cause of traffic accidents in our country - speeding. The 22 COPS@road systems that prevent collisions in dangerous and undetected road sections have reduced the number of accidents on critical sections by 80 per cent. 12 of the COPS@rail systems prevent accidents on road sections crossing the railway line, which are only passively protected by the Saint Andrew's Cross road sign. There are more than 400 of these in Slovenia.
 

The subject of the Call by Zavarovalnica Triglav and COPS systems, d.o.o, is co-financing of the installation of COPS@rail systems on 12 road sections crossing the railway line, which are passively protected by the Saint Andrew's Cross road sign. These will additionally warn the drivers to be more cautious when crossing the passage, and provide the municipalities with a better insight into the behaviour of drivers at such crossings. Municipalities can apply up until 31st January 2019 for the co-financing of the system's installation of up to EUR 5,000 The Call is published here.
 

The subject of the Call by Zavarovalnica Triglav and Sipronika, d.o.o, is the co-financing of the installation of 12 smart speed indicators in settlements. Municipalities will be able to obtain a 60% co-financing through this Call. The Call is published here and is open until 31st January 2019 or until the use of funds.

 

 

 

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