Safer Roads Mobile App

Safer Roads Mobile App

Learning App

Are you interested in making our roads safer for everyone? We believe that global cooperation, evidence-based strategies, and engagement with all relevant actors, including the private sector, are key to achieving significant progress on road safety. The United Nations Institute for Training And Research (UNITAR) has developed a cutting-edge tool that can help you make a real difference. Introducing the “Management Practices for Safer Roads Toolkit Learning App” – a practical and innovative management methodology that can be applied to road safety.

The app provides practical solutions you can use instantly, including participatory contributions from various stakeholders, including the private sector. With results-based interventions and tested projects in cities across Brazil, China, Dominican Republic, India, Mexico, and South Africa, this app is a must-have for anyone serious about improving road safety.

Not only that, but the app also features a helpful checklist that allows you to monitor your progress throughout the different stages of the “Plan-Do-Check-Act” Toolkit’s methodology. With this app, you’ll have all the tools you need to impact road safety in your community.

Download the “Management Practices for Safer Roads Toolkit Learning App” now on Google Play or the App Store, available in both English and Swahili. Join us in making our roads safer for everyone!


16 November 2021, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania – In an effort to make Tanzanian roads safer for all users, UNITAR Road Safety Global Training Initiative teamed up with Tanzania’s Traffic Police, AB InBev, and Tanzania’s Brewery Limited (TBL) to deliver a virtual 3-day workshop in November 2021. The workshop aimed to strengthen Tanzania’s national capacity for developing local strategies to improve existing road infrastructure, particularly for the most vulnerable road users. Over the course of the workshop, 15 police officers were introduced to UNITAR’s Management Practices for Safer Roads Toolkit and pilot projects from cities in Brazil and India.

The workshop allowed participants to explore the Toolkit in greater detail, emphasizing the importance of improving the road infrastructure, the value of law enforcement, and the need for partnerships with a collaborative and multi-stakeholder approach to road safety. All road users are responsible for making roads safer, and this workshop provided the necessary methodology and tools for participants to accomplish this.

On the workshop’s final day, UNITAR launched the Management Practices for Safer Roads Toolkit Mobile App in Swahili, specifically developed for using Tanzania’s Traffic Police. To access the Mobile App in Swahili, download it from Google Play or the App Store and select your preferred language in the “Preferences” section.