Choose a colour, click on the Safety Map and draw your own route.

Set the way points to mark out the route. To this end, choose an icon and insert it in the Safety Map with a click.

Drawn routes and way points will be lost if you do not save them. Log in now to use the Save function!

Are you sure you want to exit Safety Map editing mode? Data which you have not saved may be lost.

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  • Elementary schools
  • Multiple entries
  • My routes

Here’s how it works

1. Viewing safe and unsafe traffic spots

To read the entries, simply click with the mouse on one of the red or green markings on the map. More

2. Entering locations and routes of your own

Click on the 'Enter Location' button to create a traffic spot. Routes can be created by clicking on the 'Route Planner' button. More

3. Register

To upload a traffic spot to the Safety Map, you must first register. Entering an email address is sufficient. Register

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Making road safety education exciting and interactive! You, your child and a simple digital camera. Go out together on the routes you use every day and observe and document particular traffic features before entering them here on the Safety Map. For more safety for all.
Where is it dangerous and where is it safe? Simply view the locations, register and enter your own locations.
Here’s how it works

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