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Federal Secretary Communications Furqan Bahadur Khan addressing the 3rd meeting of National Steering Committee on development of Road Safety Plan in NHA, Islamabad.

Federal Secretary Communications Furqan Bahadur Khan addressing the 3rd meeting of National Steering Committee on development of Road Safety Plan in NHA, Islamabad.

The 3rd National Steering Committee for 'Development of Road Safety Plan for National Highways & Motorways of Pakistan' on 10 April 2018 at the head office of the National Highway Authority (NHA) in Islamabad to deliberate on decisions to improve road safety on all roads across the country.

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NTU's Team delivered a five-day road safety engineering training course in Pakistan

NTU's Team delivered a five-day road safety engineering training course in Pakistan

NTU's road safety team has held a five-day training course in road safety engineering. The training was provided for specialists of the National Highway Authority (NHA), National Highways & Motorways Police (NH&MP) and the Capital Development Authority (CDA) of Islamabad, and took place from the 20th-24th of November. The NTU led Road Safety Technical Assistance to Pakistan, administered by the Asian Development Bank, and financed by the Department for International Development of the United Kingdom delivered the training course.

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A consultation workshop underscores the importance of a national road safety strategy and plan.

A consultation workshop underscores the importance of a national road safety strategy and plan.

A national consultation workshop "Towards an Effective Partnership for Safer Road Travel" held on 10 May 2017 highlighted the importance of effective implementation of a comprehensive National Road Safety Strategy and Plan. The consultation organised by the Ministry of Communication, Government of Pakistan as part of the $15.4 million project under the Pakistan Economic Corridors Programme (PECP) administered by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

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