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ROAD SAFETY Autostrade per l’Italia project launched in schools: more than 12,000 students involved – Current affairs

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ROAD SAFETY Autostrade per l’Italia project launched in schools: more than 12,000 students involved – Current affairs

Raising awareness among young people about respecting the rules and regulations on road safety to protect motorists and vulnerable users.

With this objective, Autostrade per l’Italia launched the educational and cultural project, involving more than 200 institutes selected in the territories crossed by the ASPI network and over 12 thousand children attending the last three years of secondary school. An interactive journey made up of educational workshops, live events and a contest dedicated to participants which will last until May.

Today at the presentation of the project, at the “Luigi Einaudi” Institute in Rome, the Paralympic champion Ambra Sabatini, exceptional testimonial of the road safety campaign promoted by Autostrade per l’Italia and the State Police, spoke about her experience, in virtue of her personal history which saw her soon rise to reach Olympic gold. For ASPI, the Group’s CEO, Roberto Tomasi, reminded young people of the importance of safe driving on the motorway.

“Safety on the road is in our hands. Everyone, especially the youngest, must be aware of the dangers involved in driving and the possible consequences of any incorrect behaviour. Safe driving must become a consolidated practice, it is social responsibility, respect for life. For this reason, projects like this take on an even more important meaning.

In addition to the important collaboration with the State Police, it is a priority for us to invest in modern and safe infrastructure, but also in road safety education and good practices behind the wheel. Involving young people in this mission is the right way,” says Autostrade per l’Italia CEO Roberto Tomasi.

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“I am really proud to be part of the large Autostrade per l’Italia family and to be an ambassador for this project. I believe speaking directly in schools and telling my experience is the most direct and effective way to raise awareness among the new generations on this issue” , concludes Ambra Sabatini.

The project in schools includes a personalized test to be followed individually in the classroom on a smartphone which leads each child, guided by the teacher, to closely follow the topics on road safety. With the support of the professors, the young people will then be able to delve deeper through workshops and multimedia educational material prepared by ASPI.

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