We are on the same road – let´s take care of each other!

2024-03-18T10:31:36+01:00Friday, 15. March, 2024|

We are on the same road - let´s take care of each other! A new campaign by the Ministry of the Environment, Climate and Energy and the Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency promotes mutual respect in traffic On March 6, we celebrate the World Day of Energy Saving and Sustainable Attitudes towards the Environment. A greater [...]

Safe driving without alcohol!

2021-12-09T10:19:10+01:00Thursday, 9. December, 2021|

Alcohol is not the “guilty party” in a traffic accident. It is the person who sits behind the wheel intoxicated and causes the accident that is responsible. The Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency warns that it is wrong to believe that a hearty meal can ease the consequences of alcohol consumption. Food only causes a delay [...]

The program of the theoretical part of the driving test

2021-12-20T13:13:56+01:00Monday, 15. November, 2021|

The program of the theoretical part of the driving test is divided into general topics, which are common to all categories of the driving test, and exclusive topics, which refer only to an individual category or group of categories.The general topics are divided into six chapters:General road rules and regulationsDriverTraffic signs and equipment on roadsOn-road drivingTraffic [...]

SABRINA project contributes to the awareness raising campaign discouraging the use of cell phones in traffic

2021-01-28T13:59:59+01:00Thursday, 28. January, 2021|

(Ljubljana, 28 January 2021) The SABRINA – Safer Bicycle Routes in Danube Area project, implemented in the framework of Danube Transnational Programme and co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, ENI), is spreading the word about Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency´s national prevention campaign Safely without the phone (#VarnoBrezTelefona). We are publishing the introductory words below, and you [...]

Paramedics, Doctors, Police Officers and Firefighters are Unanimous: “Save Lives, Don’t Drink and Drive!”

2020-12-21T12:57:29+01:00Monday, 21. December, 2020|

(Ljubljana, December 2020) This December is not like the Decembers we are used to. And even though there are no public gatherings or mass socializing, alcohol unfortunately remains a mainstay of this time of year. Alcohol strongly affects critical judgement in traffic and is a significant risk factor in traffic accidents. In order to make [...]

COVID19 – Ensuring Customer Service and up-to-date Information

2020-03-20T12:28:59+01:00Friday, 20. March, 2020|

Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency has taken a number of different steps to join the joint efforts of the Republic of Slovenia to curb the expansion of #COVID19 as successfully as possible. At the same time, we made sure that the work processes are ongoing, so we also provide advice to clients and customers via email [...]

Micro-mobility: the next big thing

2019-10-14T14:55:24+02:00Monday, 14. October, 2019|

(Ljubljana, 14 October 2019) Acting Director of the Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency Ms Vesna Marinko, attended an international conference, organized by the European Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc and DG MOVE titled “Micro-mobility: the next big thing?”. The conference focused on the new transport developments of micro-mobility such as electric scooters, bikes, mopeds and drones. [...]

International Conference: SMART Policies for Tackling Drink Driving

2019-07-03T09:10:43+02:00Wednesday, 3. July, 2019|

(Sofia, Bulgaria, 3 July, 2019) Acting Director of the Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency Ms Vesna Marinko, will attend an international conference, organized by the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior together with the European Traffic Safety Council (ETSC). Stakeholders are holding the international conference on tackling drink-driving as part of the SMART (Sober Mobility Across Road Transport) [...]


2019-07-01T10:25:08+02:00Thursday, 27. June, 2019|Tags: , , , |

(Brussels, 19 June 2019) Ranking EU progress on road safety – new report published The numbers killed on EU roads fell by just 1% last year, and by just 4% over the last five years, according to the latest ETSC Road Safety Performance Index Annual Report – published on June 19, 2019. The EU target [...]

ETSC: 70% of Road Deaths in European Cities are Pedestrians, Cyclists and Motorcyclists

2019-07-15T09:59:35+02:00Friday, 14. June, 2019|

(Brussels, 11 June 2019) Tackling urban road safety must be a key priority for the European Union and European countries over the next decade, according to the recently published European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) report. Progress in reducing road deaths on urban roads and on rural roads since 2010 was similar in Slovenia, Portugal, Austria, [...]

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