BE PARTNERS IN TRANSPORT, ON TRANSPORT, on road, on water, on rails, in the air
DAY OF TRANPORT CULTURE
MONDAY 11 MAY 2020
The slogen of events
„SAFETY HAS PRIORITY”
Have a DAY OF TRANSPORT CULTURE every day!
Transport culture is a well-known, existing concept whose development and deepening is a national matter. Not only because it feels good to travel between cultured conditions among polite and attentive people, but also because it is safer too. Recognizing this, the Ministry and partner organizations, together with civilians, first launched the "DAY OF TRAFFIC CULTURE" event on May 11, 2015.
The initiative has become a tradition and since then, every year, including May 11, 2020, partner organizations dedicated to the traffic culture and safe transport, hold awareness-raising events throughout the country.
“TRANSPORT CULTURE is the transport -related part of the general human culture. In a narrower sense, the transport culture is a collection of polite, partnership-oriented, environmentally conscious, tolerant behaviors, and attitudes that prioritize safety.
In a broader sense, it also encompasses the technical and cultural achievements of transport facilities (roads, railways, bridges, bus terminals, railway stations, ports, airports), transport vehicles, processes and signaling systems.) Other aspects of transport culture include in the various artistic disciplines (films, books, drawings, paintings, etc.) and research in this field " 
 Bíró József, Dr. Szabó Andrea, Recsákné Mazányi Judit: Közlekedésbiztonság, közlekedési kultúra Magyarországon 2017. Közlekedésbiztonság szakmai lap, 2017/3. szám, 52–59. oldal. ISSN 2062-6916. (J. Bíró, A Szabó, Dr. J. Mazányi: Road safety, traffic culture in Hungary 2017. Road safety magazine, 2017/3. 52-59. pp. ISSN 2062-6916.)
“THE DAY OF TRANSPORT SAFETY CULTURE” is the day of the year where various events, activities lectures, public transport announcements, visual submissions, press releases, field shows, promotions, etc. - raise public awareness of the diversity, beauty and technical achievements of transport, as well as the importance of safety-conscious, tolerant, attentive behavior on road, rail, water and air traffic. " 
[2 ] Bíró József: Javaslatok a közlekedésbiztonsági tevékenység társadalmi szintű kibontakoztatására. Magyar Közlekedés, XXI. évfolyam, 24. szám (J. Bíró: Recommendations for the development of road safety activities on the social level. Hungarian Transport, XXI. 24)