The Saudi Society for Public Taste has resumed its field campaigns in Dammam and Al-Khobar, aiming to spread concepts of public taste among garden and park visitors and motorists.
The Gardens and Parks Program includes a means of educating park and garden visitors about good manners and practices in these facilities, such as keeping them clean and not damaging their property.
Homeland of Taste initiative
The driving program improves the relationship, interaction and interaction between drivers of different vehicles, based on respect, appreciation, flexibility and altruism.
The association’s general manager, Abdulaziz Al-Mahboob, explained that these campaigns are within the ‘Watan of Taste’ initiative, noting that these field campaigns are part of the ongoing awareness activities that the association is keen to implement.
Al-Mahboob added that the Zooqiyat Gardens and Parks Program aims to educate park and garden visitors on the importance of maintaining their cleanliness and order, and respecting the rights of others to use these facilities.
Promote positive traffic behavior
The Driving Tastes program aims to promote the positive traffic behavior of motorists and thus contribute to achieving road safety.
He pointed out that the association, together with the Eastern Province Traffic Department and the Road Safety Commission, aims to make the awareness content part of the driver training hours, in addition to providing a copy of it to new vehicle owners in collaboration with car agencies. .
Activating the Your Taste is Amana initiative
The association had launched its awareness campaigns in a group of commercial complexes, activating the Your Taste Amana initiative to spread the concepts of public taste related to gardens and parks through interactive corners targeting different segments of society, starting in Dhahran Governorate and then in Dammam. now continues in a number of new stations in Al-Khobar in collaboration with the Eastern Province Secretariat
The association also organized a march starting from Khobar Corniche all the way to Dammam Corniche, with the aim of introducing and publicizing the riding program. There were over 150 participants, including car and motorcyclists, so the program is now working as the next stage in field awareness of good practice and behavior on the roads and among vehicle drivers, in a number of different locations in collaboration with the Eastern Road Traffic Department Province and the Road Safety Commission.