Road Safety Mural

Road Safety Mural

The Road Safety Mural, created by Japanese artist Dragon76 and curated by Street Art for Mankind (SAM) in collaboration with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), envisions a future in which roads are safer places for drivers and pedestrians.

UNITAR unveiled a stunning road safety mural and offered it to the City of New York. The Road Safety Mural was curated by Street Art for Mankind (SAM) and created by the incredibly talented street artist Dragon76. The masterpiece is a powerful tribute to the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety (2021-2030) and promotes a future where roads are safe for drivers and pedestrians alike.

Thanks to the generous support of AB InBev Foundation and AB InBev, the 5,200 square feet mural is now a beautiful addition to the bustling Midtown area, located just a stone’s throw away from the United Nations NYC Headquarters. The mural envisions a future where safe driving is the norm, and it comes to life in augmented reality through the free mobile app “Behind the Wall.”

The Chhabra family generously donated the wall, and the production was facilitated by the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority (TBTA) and the City of New York Mayor’s Office. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn more about the Road Safety Mural in New York! For more information, please visit

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