Transport Malta aired a new PSA, as part of the ‘Respect on the road’ campaign, yesterday evening. The campaign, launched last month, has various phases and will continue over the coming weeks. The campaign messages are being aired on TV, social media and played on radio stations. Transport Malta and the Malta Road Safety Council embarked on an educational campaign to raise awareness on road safety. The campaign is expanding on other issues along the coming weeks with the aim to raise the level of our driving and make roads safer.
In this context, Transport Malta welcomes the launch of the public consultation on the penalty point system for all drivers. This is a step forward to improve road safety.
The latest PSA tells the second story from the series ‘eyes on the road’ which raises awareness on the consequences of distracted driving.
The PSA tells the story of a mother who runs over a cyclist. She was communicating with her husband while driving on her way to her daughter’s party.
Transport Malta and the Malta Road Safety Council remind drivers of the consequences of distracted driving and asks them to keep their eyes on the road.
More on the campaign here.