Bridgestone Road Safety Project

Bridgestone partners with the Asian Injury Prevention Foundation (AIP Foundation) and network partners to spearhead the "Bridgestone Road Safety Project" which has been in effect since 2021. This initiative harnesses the collective power of Bridgestone’s Youth Champions to share insights and experiences, serving as another vital component in fostering safety activities within schools, which eventually leads to the sustainable road safety communities. Additionally, Bridgestone has implemented road safety improvement in model schools by enhancing road and traffic infrastructure in and around the schools premises to bolster safety measures. Bridgestone remains committed to expanding its efforts in establishing a culture of road safety in schools nationwide, empowering the next generation to cultivate a strong safety mindset and adopt responsible behaviors when it comes to road safety. This initiative sets the groundwork for students to become conscientious road users who adhere to regulations and show consideration for both themselves and society at large.  

Schools participating in the Bridgestone Road Safety Project Year 1

1.       Samakkhi Wittayakom 2 School, Chiang Rai Province

2.       Kathu Wittaya School, Phuket Province

3.       Khon Kaen Wittayayon 2 School, Khon Kaen Province

4.       Nakhon Sawan School, Nakhon Sawan Province

Schools participating in the Bridgestone Road Safety Project Year 2

1.       Yupparaj Wittayalai School, Chiang Mai Province

2.       Surat Thani 2 School, Surat Thani Province

3.       Ban Suan (Jan-anusorn) School, Chonburi Province

4.       Triam Udom Suksa Pattana Ubonratchathani School, Ubon Ratchathani Province

Schools participating in the Bridgestone Road Safety Project Year 3

1.       Khlung Ratchadapisek School, Chanthaburi Province

2.       Ban Luang Wittaya School, Nakhon Pathom Province

3.       Ratchasima Wittayalai School, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

4.       Na Luang School, Thung Khru District, Bangkok