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EU funds to help improve transport safety in Poland

21.01.2022 18:00
Fifty-three vehicles for technical inspection and 100 unmarked cars with video recorders will be added to the fleet of Warsaw Police Headquarters thanks to two projects co-financed from European Union funds.
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Photo: PAP/Darek Delmanowicz

The aim of the effort is to increase the effectiveness of police activities in the protection and improvement of road safety.

Modern vehicles for Police Road Engineering and Ecology Teams will enable more effective inspections of the technical condition of cars to eliminate those that do not meet technical and environmental standards.

This is expected to help reduce the number of road accidents in Poland.

The new equipment will also improve the mobility and safety of traffic police officers.

Klaudiusz Madeja spoke to Joanna Lech, director of Warsaw's Centre for European Transport Projects.

Click on the audio player above to hear the interview.