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Students of the public school of the Gantiadi village in the Tsalka municipality decided to improve road safety for the school community

Georgia | Momavlis Taoba - Civic Education Program | 3 Feb 2020


Students of the public school of the Gantiadi village in the Tsalka municipality decided to improve road safety for the school community, as the school is located near the central road, and students often crossed this road.
Students wrote a letter to the local authorities requesting support for painting zebra crossings and installing road signs in front of the school.
The Tsalka municipality responded to the students' request and zebra crossings were painted, and speed bumps and appropriate road signs were installed in front of the school. As a result of students’ efforts, the movement of students outside the school has become safer.
In addition to these installations, students invited representatives of the Tsalka Driving School and organized trainings for students on road safety issues and following the traffic signs. The students prepared posters and introduced the rules of safe movement for the students of the elementary school.

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