Police officers in different parts of the country engaged drivers of public vehicles, trucks, taxi-moto operators, as well as passengers and pedestrians, on road safety standards and behaviours.
The all-out campaign aims at driving road safety behaviours from abiding traffic rules as a law to making safety on the road a choice and ultimately a culture.
This time, the awareness is combined with operations against errant motorists.
At Nyabugogo bus terminal, ACP Boniface Rutikanga, the RNP spokesperson, reminded drivers to always exercise patience baring in mind that the road is shared by other motorists and pedestrians.
"Everyone, who uses the road should know that they are not using it alone, it is shared with others, so there should be ease between the drivers of big and small vehicles, and pedestrian rights should also be respected," ACP Rutikanga told road users at Nyabugogo bus terminal, on Tuesday, November 7.
He added that this campaign combined with operations will continue to address the major causes of fatal accidents such as speeding, wrong overtaking, violating Zebra Crossing, use of phone, and drunk-driving, among other serious violations.