Self-driving Cars To Remain Exotic Until 2035


slt update apr 2023 hero test1                      Despite some incidents Cruise self-driving taxis keep moving around the streets of San Francisco. PHOTO: GETCRUISE.COM23 OCT - Self-driving cars are unlikely to be widely used at least until 2035 according to an analysis by consulting company "Standard and Poor's Global" (S&P Global).

It is unlikely that people will soon start buying cars "that will go anywhere without being driven by a driver", says the report.

ROADPOL Starting Western Balkan

Expansion With North Macedonia


soobrakjajna policija avtopat kontrola 2008 janevska ilieva 26PHOTO: МVR.GOV.MK30 SEP – ROADPOL started its long-awaited Western Balkan enlargement with the accession of North Macedonia to its ranks.

The news came after a fruitful meeting of representatives of the European Roads Policing Network and the national police service of North Macedonia at ROADPOL's recent meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria in September.

Jana Pelešková Takes The Helm

Of ROADPOL Operations


NEw                                                               Henk Jansen greeting Jana Pelešková (center) on her accession with President Elvira Zsinkai (left) and Marijke Eskes (right) looking on. PHOTO: ROADPOL30 SEP - Chief Commissioner Jana Pelešková from Czech Republic is the new head of the ROADPOL Operational Working Group.

She was elected chairman of the body planning and overseeing the network's road safety enforcement activities at the recent ROADPOL OPG meeting held in Sofia, Bulgaria, on September 26th.

ROADPOL Delivers

1st Conference and Expo

To Acclaim


viber image 2023 10 19 18 54 56 907ROADPOL President Elvira Zsinkai opening the conference. PHOTOS: ROADPOL29 SEP - The European Roads Policing Network delivered its 1st ROADPOL Conference and Exposition on September 27th in Sofia, Bulgaria to undisputed triumph.

The case marked the first time ROADPOL organized an event of this scale after its incorporation in 2019 with experience used from previous conferences held in past years by the predecessor network – TISPOL. The event was co-organized by ROADPOL and the host Bulgarian Ministry of Interior and was staged at the John Atanassov Innovation Forum Hall at the Sofia Tech Park Complex.

Wales Reducing Speed Limit To

32 km/h In Residential Areas


359801740 658656529632097 5839560422131233525 nWelsh goverment expects crash numbers to fall significantly with the lower speed limit. PHOTO: SOUTH WALES POLICE17 SEPT - Wales has become the first country in the UK to reduce speed limits in built-up areas from 30mph to 20mph in Wales from today, the BBC announced.

Welsh ministers said a 20mph (32km/h) limit would reduce deaths and noise and encourage people to walk or cycle.