School children in Chennai to be made aware of traffic rules
| Monday | 18th November, 2019
By Express News ServiceCHENNAI: To reduce traffic accidents in Chennai, Handicap International, a social organisation, and PSA Foundation, a wing of French automobile company Groupe PSA, is creating awareness among school children in the city on the need to follow traffic rules, a foundation release said.
It has been divided into two parts, firstly safe school zones will be created under which safety audit of school premises will be done.
A total of 1,500 children, including 60 teachers from Madras Christian College Higher Secondary School and Anita Methodist Matriculation Higher Secondary School will participate in the safe school zones activity.
“Under the project, safety audit of school premises and how safe they are in terms of traffic rules will be done.
Along with it wherever necessary traffic signages will be installed, road safety clubs formed to educate students about traffic rules.
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