In reference to World Day in Remembrance of Traffic Victims, which was celebrated last Sunday (19), the Executive Superintendence of Urban Mobility (Semob-JP) will carry out several educational activities during this week. The actions will take place from Tuesday (21) to Friday (24) and aim to raise awareness among young people and adults about traffic laws and how we should behave for everyone’s road safety.
The superintendent of Urban Mobility, Expedito Leite Filho, spoke of the importance of these actions to promote greater road safety and awareness. “Our activities are continuous and aimed at forming citizens who are aware and responsible for their behavior in traffic, whether they are pedestrians, passengers or drivers,” he declared.
This Tuesday (21), a lecture will be held at 7:30 pm at the Pedro Lins de Melo State School, in Mangabeira, and on Wednesday (22), the – Culmination of the EJA Project – Índio Piragibe Municipal School will take place , Mangabeira, at 7:30 pm. And on Thursday (23) and Friday (24), the team will participate in the National Science and Technology Week (SNCT), under the coordination of the Secretariat of Science and Technology (Secitec), in the morning and afternoon shifts, at Cultural Space, Tambauzinho.
According to the head of the Traffic Education Division (Died), Gilmara Branquinho, the actions aim to make people aware of prudent behavior in traffic. “There will be lectures for young people and adults focusing on traffic safety and the presentation of our educational material. With this, we seek to reduce the number of traffic accidents through these actions”, she explained.
Social media – In addition to the daily educational campaigns, Semob-JP also prepared a specific post on social media to mark the date of World Day in Remembrance of Traffic Victims, which takes place every third Sunday in November. Established by the United Nations Assembly in 1993, the date is to remember the people who lost their lives in traffic accidents and support family members and victims who survive with consequences.