Membership and Sponsors


International organisations

Confederation of Organisations in Road Transport Enforcement (CORTE)
European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR)
Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM)
Global Road Safety Partnership
MOVING International Road Safety Association e.V.


Our work is heavily based on our members’ contributions and interests. To provide an unbiased focus on European transport safety policy, ETSC seeks to bring together all major national and international safety organisations from all EU Member States.

Reasons to join ETSC

    • We bring our member organisations closer to the decision-making process of the European Institutions on road safety policy.
    • As an independent organisation promoting science-based solutions, we offer an ideal network for knowledge-exchange and dissemination of your latest research findings amongst safety professionals from a variety of disciplines, countries, and political levels.
    • Members can contribute to ETSC’s well-known and widely-distributed Reviews, Newsletters and Position Papers.
    • Our wide range of members offers a unique opportunity to improve your international visibility and to establish fruitful contacts with key individuals working in transport safety at both European and national level.
    • Member organisations are encouraged to submit project proposals for thematic networks and research consortia funded by the European institutions.
    • Your membership of ETSC will ensure that your organisation can respond quickly to the latest policy and research developments in Europe.
    • By supporting ETSC’s rational approach towards transport safety you will reinforce your reputation as a leading stakeholder in transport safety in Europe.
    • The network of ETSC offers access to new knowledge and technological innovations that represent the cutting edge of transport safety development.

If you would like to discuss how your organisation can join ETSC, please contact Antonio Avenoso, Executive Director (


ETSC’s work is financed by its members, through projects co-funded by the European Commission, and public and private sector sponsorship.

ETSC’s sponsorship consortium currently consists of

  • 3M
  • Alcohol Countermeasure Systems
  • The Brewers of Europe
  • European Commission
  • Shell International
  • Toyota Motor Europe
  • Volvo Group

Benefits of ETSC sponsorship

  • ETSC offers the opportunity, through sponsorship, to actively support its objectives in seeking to reduce the numbers of deaths and injuries in transport in Europe and in identifying, promoting and implementing best practice in transport safety.
  • Members of ETSC’s sponsorship consortium have the opportunity to access ETSC’s network which brings together some of the most respected scientists and professionals in this field in Europe.
  • A company’s support will be acknowledged in ETSC’s widely disseminated publications (reviews, event invitations and newsletters), although sponsors are invited to advise ETSC at the start of their sponsorship if there are any publications with which they do not wish to be associated. Each publication states clearly that the views expressed are purely those of ETSC and do not necessarily reflect sponsors’ views. All publications will be published on ETSC’s website.

For information on sponsorship please contact Antonio Avenoso, Executive Director (


Sponsor – European Commission
Sponsor – Alcohol Countermeasure Systems
Sponsor – Volvo Group
Sponsor – Toyota Motor Europe
Sponsor – Shell
Sponsor – Brewers of Europe
Sponsor – 3M

Our Members

  • Danish Road Safety Council
  • Belgian Road Safety Institute
  • MOVING International Road Safety Association
  • Folksam Research
  • ANIA Fondazione per la Sicurezza Stradale
  • Finnish Transport Safety Agency
  • Swedish Abstaining Motorists’ Association (MHF)
  • Fundación MAPFRE
  • German Road Safety Council / Deutscher Verkehrssicherheitsrat (DVR)
  • Global Road Safety Partnership
  • VdTÜV
  • Centro Studi Città Amica (CeSCAm), University of Brescia
  • Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover
  • Motor Transport Institute, Poland
  • Road Traffic Safety Agency of the Republic of Serbia
  • Confederation of Organisations in Road Transport Enforcement (CORTE)
  • International Motorcycling Federation
  • P.A.U. Education
  • Liikenneturva
  • Czech Transport Research Center
  • Austrian Road Safety Board – KFV
  • Hellenic Institute of Transport – Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH)
  • Swiss Council for Accident Prevention
  • Transport Safety Research Centre, Loughborough University
  • Road Safety Institute – Panos Mylonas, Greece
  • Auto und Reiseclub Deutschland
  • Centre for Transport and Logistics (CTL), Sapienza – University of Rome
  • Vehicle Technology Research Centre, University of Birmingham
  • Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds
  • Finnish Motor Insurers’ Centre
  • Norwegian Abstaining Motorists’ Association
  • Road Safety Authority, Ireland
  • Transport Infrastructure, Systems and Policy Group (TISPG), Portugal
  • Confederación Nacional de Autoescuelas (CNAE) (ES)
  • Chalmers University of Technology
  • Region Midtjylland – Central Region Denmark
  • Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency
  • Flemish Foundation for Traffic Knowledge
  • Association Prévention Routière
  • Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS)
  • European Federation of Road Traffic Victims (FEVR)
  • Norwegian Council for Road Safety
  • Road and Safety, Poland
  • Safer Roads Foundation
  • Catalan Traffic Service (SCT)
  • Dutch Safety Board


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