The European Road Safety Charter is a European participatory platform made up of enterprises, associations, research institutions and public authorities. These actors undertake to carry out concrete actions and share their good practices in order to resolve the road safety problems that they encounter in their day-to-day environments. The objective of the Charter is to help reduce road fatalities. The Charter has more than 1.350 signatories
Make Cars Green
Make Cars Green is an international environmental campaign, aimed at reducing the impact of motoring on our planet.
Building on the principles outlined in the FIA Make Cars Green declaration, unanimously adopted by the FIA’s General Assembly, Make Cars Green outlines how policy makers, industry and consumers can all play a constructive role in the future.
Make Cars Green brings together all aspects of the FIA’s work from encouraging consumers to go green, to representing our members’ ecological concerns towards government and manufacturers, and the introduction of environmental initiatives into motor sport.
Make Cars Green aims to encourage radical rethink in the way cars are considered in society by being at the forefront of encouraging considerate and ecologically sound mobility.
As part of its own commitments and responsibilities as the representative of the mobile consumer, on World Environment Day 2008, the FIA launched a leaflet outlining the FIA’s 10 points for greener motoring which gives motorists 10 easy steps to reduce their impact on the environment. The leaflet is being distributed throughout the world through the FIA’s network of member clubs.
Malta Transport Museum
To exhibit the historical paths of Maltese Transport To promote a new cultural and tourist awareness on a strategic subject yet in the Lime Light To collect Local Transport Relics accompanied with other accessories obtained from abroad. A centre for European-Mediteranean Transport Shows The foundation of a movement whose aim includes the continuous improvement and updating of the Exhibits To be in line with other Transport Museums in Europe.
Typical Exhibits may include:
Model of 1883 Railway of Malta Model of 1892 Tramway cab of Malta Restored Vintage Vehicles Horse Drawn Carts of all types in the agricultural trade Recently new cars show Miniature Vintage Models Paintings, Photos of the transport history in Malta.
Problems and Approval
Once the site is given to the Organisation, and since now we have The permission to set up the Malta Transport Museum from the Minister of Education i/c Museums, we can continue with our Plans.