With silage cutting season underway, the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) are appealing to drivers of farming machinery and other road users to share the road safely.
AA Roadwatch has reported an increased number of traffic incidents* on Ireland’s roads as Covid-19 travel restrictions were lifted and traffic volumes rose again.
Headphones can be a great way to listen to music or podcasts, helping us to enjoy the best sound experiences without interruptions. Many people also find that headphones can help them to concentrate or relax by blocking background noise and distractions. However, wearing headphones while on the road – as a driver, cyclist, e-scooter rider …
An Garda Síochána and The Road Safety Authority (RSA) are appealing to motorcycle riders to slow down, ‘ease off the throttle’ and keep within speed limits. The appeal is being made in response to the high number of motorcycle fatalities seen this year – to date in 2021, six motorcyclists have been killed on Irish …
The 6th Annual UN Global Road Safety Week begins today Monday 17 May and runs until Sunday 23 May. Supporting UN Global Road Safety Week the Road Safety Authority (RSA), An Garda Síochána, and the Department of Transport are calling on drivers to slow down especially in our cities, towns, and villages to protect vulnerable road …
An Garda Síochána and The Road Safety Authority (RSA) have launched a new road safety campaign calling on road users to be extra cautious and alert to others on the road. The appeal comes as traffic volumes increase following the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions allowing inter-county travel to resume.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has today Friday 7 May confirmed that following the recent decision by government on the gradual reopening of road safety services, ‘essential workers’ can take Essential Driver Training (EDT) lessons with an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) from this Monday 10 May.
An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) are urging drivers to put their mobile phones away when driving as new research from the RSA shows that 1 in 10 motorists admit to regularly texting while driving.
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) will begin a two-week transport operations and vehicles at work inspection and awareness campaign from Monday, 12 April.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is advising drivers to be aware of the dangers posed by hailstones. The advice comes as Met Eireann has forecast wintery showers of hail are expected this coming Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.