RSA aims to cut immigrant road deaths

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is considering employing foreign spokespeople to explain in different languages the importance of road safety to immigrants in Ireland.

22nd April, 2006

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is considering employing foreign spokespeople to explain in different languages the importance of road safety to immigrants in Ireland. The move follows a big increase in the number of road accidents involving immigrants.

Of the 128 people who have died on Irish roads since the start of the year, almost a quarter were immigrants living and working in Ireland.

Noel Brett, the RSA’s chief executive, will this week meet employers and...

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