Project EDWARD, organised by TISPOL, was first first started in 2016, with the aim of having one day without a single fatality on Europe’s roads – there are on average 70 deaths a day on Europe’s roads.

The project encourages drivers to assess their own behaviour and attitudes towards the roads to try and reduce the amount of deaths on the roads.

In 2018, 31 European countries took part and there were no road deaths in 17 of these countries. The project has a large following and last year #ProjectEDWARD received 38 million tweets and received support from Nico Rosberg. They also received the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in October 2018.

If you would like to get involved, pledge and find out about events near you please visit Project EDWARD here.