Exemplary motorists who’re noticed by the site visitors police driving safely or performing acts of courtesy on the highway will likely be given a Covid-19 care pack, as a part of a month-long highway security marketing campaign.
The theme of the marketing campaign, which ends on June 27, is Street Security for All. Together with the Spot the Secure Motorist programme that rewards good motorists, the marketing campaign will give attention to elevating consciousness of working pink lights and dashing offences.
The marketing campaign was launched final Friday by the Singapore Street Security Council (SRSC) and the site visitors police, with help from the Land Transport Authority, Ministry of Training, Folks’s Affiliation and Vehicle Affiliation of Singapore.
Minister of State for Dwelling Affairs and Nationwide Growth Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim was the visitor of honour on the digital launch.
He mentioned: “The Singapore Street Security Council and Site visitors Police will launch the Spot the Secure Motorist programme to encourage motorists to be alert and courteous whereas driving. Site visitors Police patrol officers will cease motorists who exhibit good driving behaviours – to not give them a ticket, however to reward them with a Covid-19 care pack.”
The care pack features a small pouch, pack of antiseptic moist wipes, travel-size hand sanitiser, bottle of pocket hand sanitiser, a reusable face masks and a highway security brochure.
Two highway security movies highlighting the implications of working a pink mild and dashing will likely be aired on nationwide tv, in addition to SRSC’s Fb web page and YouTube channel.
SRSC chairman Bernard Tay mentioned: “We should always at all times keep in mind that the highway is a typical area shared by numerous highway customers. Remaining gracious on the roads and driving with the proper driving behaviours can be certain that everybody will return house safely to their family members.
“We hope that the initiatives unveiled on the Singapore Street Security Month 2021 will encourage all highway customers to do their half in making our roads even safer.”