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Ulster GAA urge members to pledge commitment to road safety through ‘Share The Road To Zero’

July 2nd, 2024

Working with our many partners, Ulster GAA continue to promote road safety.

As we head towards the summer, we are reminded this can be a busy time on our roads. We all must take responsibility to take care on the roads.

The Police Service of Northern Ireland will be focusing on the safety of road users and are reminding everyone to take care on the roads.

Superintendent Gary Busch said: “Over the coming weeks and months our officers will be visible focusing on road safety. Speed restrictions are not there to inconvenience motorists, they are in place to make our roads safer. All motorists should drive in a responsible way, but if they don’t, then we have a duty to detect and deal with any offences. Enforcing speeding regulations is just one part of making our roads safer. The greatest contribution each road user can make towards that is to pay more attention to their surroundings and reduce their speed.

“Road safety is a key priority for police – as it should be for every person using the roads – whether as a driver, motorcyclist, pedestrian or cyclist. By sharing the road, we have to share the responsibility. Never drink or take drugs and drive; slow down; don’t be careless; always wear your seat belt; and never use your mobile phone whilst driving.”

Ulster GAA this year, once again, pledged their commitment to Share the Road to Zero, when senior GAA figures met with Department for Infrastructure Minister John O’Dowd.

This complements Ulster GAA’s Live to Play road safety awareness campaign. For more information on Share the Road to Zero visit: – Share The Road To Zero

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