Qatar wins CIHT award for road safety management
June 16 2019 10:55 PM
Brigadier Mohammed Abdullah al-Maliki receiving the award
Brigadier Mohammed Abdullah al-Maliki receiving the award


Qatar, represented by the National Committee for Traffic Safety (NCTS), has made a major international achievement in the field of traffic safety by winning the best international project award given by the London-based Chartered Institute of Highway and Transportation (CIHT), for its project: "Road Safety and Sustainable Transport Management in Qatar."
NCTS Secretary Brigadier Mohammed Abdullah al-Maliki received the award which was handed over by CIHT president Matthew Lugg.
Qatar's eligibility of this award comes in the light of its success in applying global standards and a scientific understanding of the requirements for reducing the traffic problems identified by the United Nations as a disaster that threatens modern societies.
Commenting on the occasion, Brigadier al-Maliki said that this victory confirms that Qatar has become a global leader in the field of traffic safety management and sustainable transport, pointing to the great support enjoyed by the efforts to enhance road safety in the country. “Traffic safety enjoys great support from the political leadership, through the establishment of the National Committee for Road Safety.”

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