In Slovenia, drivers will not be allowed to have a blood alcohol level per milliliter

Ljubljana, Slovenia / Photo: Unsolash

The Slovenian Parliament adopted the Resolution for a national road safety program for the next seven years, which stipulates a speed limit of 30 kilometers per hour on several road routes, and drivers will not be allowed to have even a milliliter of alcohol in their blood.

The goal of the new measures is to ensure that by 2030 no more than 50 people die on the roads and no more than 400 are injured in accidents.

The resolution envisages the development of infrastructure in order to further promote the safe use of public transport, walking, cycling and other forms of mobility.

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