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Saudi Arabia’s PMU Participates In GCC Traffic Week


The sooner the Eastern Province Governor, HRH Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Bin Abdulaziz inaugurated the 28th Unified GCC Traffic Week 2012 entitled “Let’s work together to reduce traffic accidents,” traffic awareness campaign initiatives started multiplying.

Held along the Dammam Corniche, this annual GCC Traffic Week highlighted several traffic related activities. Exhibitions, publications and bulletins distribution created ample awareness.

The Governor inaugurated an exhibition as well. It held alongside the GCC Traffic Week celebration. “It would raise awareness among the citizens about traffic regulations,” he said while inaugurating the event.

Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd (PMU) Rector, Dr. Isa Al-Ansari led his team to promote the traffic safety and security drive. Exhibition of many awareness tools including the bulletins and images distribution guided the masses to refine their knowledge on traffic related rules.

Bulk distribution of such bulletins proved helpful for the masses to understand latest safety measures.

This occasion conveyed a timely message to the people concerned to ensure do best efforts and reduce the traffic related accident cases. It requires timely attempt hence awareness should be there by educating the masses.

Focus of this awareness campaign was to inform and educate the masses to drive safely.

The masses should maintain the high ethical behavior. It would be possible only if traffic rules are strictly followed—including the respect to traffic signals, obeying speed limits, driving carefully and last but not the least paying attention to the pedestrians to avoid the distractions while driving.

Such careful steps bring safety for everybody.

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