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更新日:2020年4月1日

Spring National Traffic Safety Campaign

Aiming to make Tokyo as the safest city in the world

April 10 is the Traffic Accident Elimination Day and April 6 to 15 is the National Traffic Safety Campaign week. There were 1,256 traffic accidents in the year 2019, an increase of 37 accidents from the year 2018. Please obey traffic rules and manners to reduce traffic accidents.

Campaign Activities

  1. Maintaining the safety of children and pedestrians.
  2. Obey safe rides for senior drivers
  3. Promoting safe rides for cyclists.
    a) Pedal along the carriageway. Pedal on sidewalks only in exceptional circumstances.
    b) Ride on the left side of the road.
    c) Pedestrians always have the priority on sidewalks. Cyclists must go slowly and take the carriageway side.
    d) Following safety rules:
    Riding a bicycle while drinking alcohol, riding with a passenger, and cycling in parallel are forbidden. Turn on the bicycle’s front light at night.
    Obey traffic light signals, stop and confirm the safety in all directions before entering the intersections.
  4. Children must wear a bicycle helmet.

Note

Using a smartphones while walking may lead to serious accidents. Please do not use smartphones while walking, as it may lead to serious accidents.

To guardians

Recently, the city receives many complaints about cyclists' manners when accompanying children to kindergartens and nursery schools. When using sidewalks during road construction and other exceptional cases, please be careful with pedestrians, go slowly and take the carriageway side.

Inquiries

Atago Police Station: Tel: 03-3437-0110
Mita Police Station: Tel: 03-3454-0110
Takanawa Police Station: Tel: 03-3440-0110
Azabu Police Station: Tel: 03-3479-0110
Akasaka Police Station: Tel: 03-3475-0110
Tokyo Wangan Police Station: Tel: 03-3570-0110

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