JKP ‘Parking Servis' educational campaign ‘Pupils ask you - slow down by the school' continues today in primary schools at Palilula. In this municipality, 2 546 pupils in 16 primary schools will receive high visibility vests. They will also have an opportunity to attend an interactive show and learn about the basic road rules.
After visiting Palilula, JKP ‘Parking Servis' and Traffic Police Department representatives will visit schools at Zvezdara, Novi Beograd, Voždovac and Zemunu.
‘The campaign ‘Pupils ask you - slow down by the school' runs throughout the year. The campaign is active every day. By the end of the schools year, every child will have a vest so as to be more conspicuous on their way from home to school. This year, 15000 children enrolled primary schools in Belgrade. Over the last 5 years about 70 000 high visibility vests have been given away', said Miroljub Vojinović, the campaign coordinator.
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