Bermuda Road Safety Council Road Safety Day

November 15, 2020

The Bermuda Road Safety Council will host a ‘Road Safety Day’ event on Wednesday [Nov 18] at City Hall from 12:30-2:30pm.

Chairman of the BRSC Dennis Lister III said, “The Bermuda Road Safety Council would like to invite the public and media to our Road Safety Day, in conjunction with the UNESCO World Road Safety Week, Wednesday November 18, 2020 at City Hall from 12:30-2:30pm.

“There will be speakers, exhibition booths and demonstrations from key stakeholders in road safety. As road safety is of the utmost importance in Bermuda, we encourage people to attend and hear what they can do to help be a part of the solution to road safety.

“During our Road Safety Day we will have a moment of silence to remember those that have lost their lives on our roads going back 20 years. We invite family members of those road victims to come out and be part of this commemoration.

“Sadly, the island has mourned another life lost to our roads and the Bermuda Road Safety Council and the Minister of Transport sends our condolences to the family. Our prayers are with you in this time of bereavement.

“The message of road safety can’t be stressed enough and one life lost is one too many. Please Bermuda, slow down and drive with care and caution. Due to Covid-19, please wear a mask and physical distance while in attendance.”

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  1. Ringmasterr says:

    This is a joke? Road safety day? Clearly no one in the council drives a bike or car or they would know each day on the road is like a video game. Bikes in particular seem to think 65kph+ is the norm and overtake like they are the only ones on the road. Where are the police? Have unmarked cars/bikes and maybe the roads can be taken back.