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FedEx | Road Safety

Protecting pedestrians and making roads safer worldwide.

By 2030, road traffic crashes are estimated to cause more fatalities than HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. It doesn’t have to be this way, and we at FedEx believe we can help change these outcomes.

FedEx is very familiar with the importance of road safety. So we asked ourselves a question: what if we took our expertise and combined it with our global reach to makes the roads safer around the world?

Learn more here.

Content from this campaign

FedEx Road Safety Training Leads to National Seat Belt Law in Tunisia
27 April 2017 is a significant day for road safety in Tunisia: seat belts became mandatory for all drivers and front seat passengers. Next year, the law will be extended to back seat passengers. Previously, seat belts were only required on rural highways and most people did not wear them in urban areas. This historic law is the result of the tireless work of Alliance Advocate Ben Afef...
Apr 28, 2017 9:00 AM ET
Don't Get Hit By a Car
For 17 years, FedEx has been helping keep kids safe though our sponsorship of Safe Kids Worldwide and the Walk This Way program. This infographic highlights seven ways children are getting hit, paired with seven tips to prevent them from happening. Check out an interactive infographic here: ...
Jan 23, 2017 8:00 AM ET
Safe Kids Vietnam: Helping Students Walk Safely To School
This is the fourth in a series of 10 guest blog posts from the leaders of Safe Kids Worldwide affiliates that FedEx works with around the world in support of child pedestrian road safety initiatives. With tens of...
Apr 3, 2014 9:35 AM ET
A Commitment that Makes a Difference
This is the first in a series of 10 guest blog posts from the Executive Directors of Safe Kids Worldwide affiliates that FedEx works with around the world in support of child pedestrian road safety initiatives. With tens of thousands of vehicles on the world’s roadways, FedEx is actively engaged in promoting road safety. This month we will hear from Monica Cui, Executive...
Jan 10, 2014 10:00 AM ET
New Study Finds Teenagers at Greatest Risk for Pedestrian Injuries
Safe Kids Worldwide 15-Year Trend Report Finds Young Walkers Safer Today; Teens Now Most Vulnerable Age (3BL Media) Washington, DC – August 30, 2012 – School supplies are bought, backpacks are ready. Parents have planned how their kids will get to school. But one thing parents might not think to do is talk to their children about walking there safely,...
Aug 30, 2012 1:00 PM ET