20 June 2017 – Who’s On Track? – The 2017 Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Conference, Brussels

  • June 20, 2017

Norway House, Rue Archimède 17, 1000 Brussels, 20 June 2017, 13.30-18.30

The EU has set a target to halve road deaths by 2020. Which countries are on track, and which are playing catch-up?

At the 2017 PIN conference, ETSC launched its latest Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) annual report looking at why some countries are still making progress on road safety and some are going in reverse. We also highlighted two areas where action is needed to ensure future progress: work-related road safety and reducing deaths in single-vehicle collisions.

The event also saw the unveiling of this year’s PIN Award winner, presented to Switzerland for outstanding progress on road safety.

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Antonio Avenoso, ETSC – 11th PIN annual report: progress in reducing deaths and seriously injured on Europe’s roads

David Sutton, Transport Malta – Achievements in road safety under Malta’s Presidency of the Council of the EU

Violeta Bulc, Commissioner for Transport, European Commission

Jacqueline Lacroix, German Road Safety Council (DVR) – PIN Flash 33, Tapping the potential for reducing work-related road deaths and injuries

Manualle Salathe, French Road Safety Observatory – Work-related road deaths in France

Casto Lopez Benitez, European Commission – Improved rules for training of professional drivers

Graziella Jost, ETSC – PIN Flash 32, Reducing deaths in single vehicle collisions

Joao Cardoso, National Laboratory of Civil Engineering (LNEC) – Response to ETSC recommendations on single vehicle collisions

Attila Eordogh, European Commission – Revision of the EU Road Safety Management legislation

We asked the conference attendees for their three top priorities for the European Road Safety Strategy 2020-2030, here’s how they responded: