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4 October 2018, The role of vehicle safety in Vision Zero

Spalio 4 diena, 2018 metai, 08.30-16.00 Diskusija vyko Europos namuose, Gedimino pr.16, Vilnius Technologijų demonstravimas vyko Vilniaus autodrome, Mokyklos g. 21, 14182, Bukiškio k. Vilniaus r.   Lietuvos Respublikos Susiekimo ministerija, Europos Komisijos atstovybė Lietuvoje ir Europos Transporto saugos taryba rengė saugaus eismo diskusiją Vilniuje. Renginio metu susisiekimo ministras Rokas Masiulis tarė sveikinimo žodį. Diskusijos tema – automobilių saugos reikšmė siekiant nulinės vizijos. Po diskusijos Vilniaus autodrome vyko autonominio avarinio stabdymo bandymas. Spauskite čia, norėdami parsisiųsti renginio programą. 4 October 2018, 08.30-16.00 Venue of the discussion: […]

13 November 2018, A Europe that Protects. Road Safety 2020+: the Future of Safe EU Road Transport

13 November 2018, A Europe that Protects. Road Safety 2020+: the Future of Safe EU Road Transport

13 November 2018, 08.30-14.30 Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Radetzkystraße 2, 1030 Vienna, Austria Ministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie, Radetzkystraße 2, 1030 Wien, Österreich The Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, the Austrian Road Safety Board (KFV) and the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) have the pleasure to invite you to a high level road safety conference in Vienna on 13 November 2018. Die österreichische EU-Ratspräsidentschaft, das österreichische Bundesministerium für […]

19 June 2018 – Safer and Smarter – the Road to 2030 – the 2018 Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Conference, Brussels

Norway House, Rue Archimède 17, 1000 Brussels 19 June 2018, 13.30-18.30 At the 2018 PIN conference, ETSC launches its Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) annual report. We presented the latest road safety figures and identified actions needed to accelerate road safety progress. Child road safety and data collection topics were highlighted. The event featured a high-level panel debate “the European Road Safety Strategy 2020-30”. Click here to download the agenda. Presentations: Road safety in Norway, Ketil Solvik-Olsen, Minister of Transport and Communications, Norway 12th PIN annual […]

“Two passenger planes crash, killing everyone on board…” – This is how many people die on EU roads every week

“Two passenger planes crash, killing everyone on board…” – This is how many people die on EU roads every week

A new report by the European Transport Safety Council shows that road safety progress in the European Union has stagnated for the last four years. The organisation says governments need strong political will, urgent measures and substantial investments in safe infrastructure to reduce the 500 deaths that occur on EU roads every single week. The weekly number of road deaths in the EU is equivalent to two typical passenger airliners crashing and killing everyone on board. The latest Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) report […]

Improving road death data collection in the EU

Improving road death data collection in the EU

A new report from ETSC looks at the state of the art of road death data collection across the EU.  The authors include recommendations for improving the accuracy and scope of the data in order to better target road safety policy measures in the coming years. The report says Member States that use a single source of data, usually police records, should consider cross-checking with other sources such as hospital data and coroners’ records. Research in countries that do use more than one source, […]

An Overview of Road Death Data Collection in the EU (PIN Flash 35)

An Overview of Road Death Data Collection in the EU (PIN Flash 35)

The goal of this PIN flash report is to gather information on road death data collection in different PIN countries and to find out if and how countries cross-check or complement road death data recorded by the police with alternative sources. The aim is to provide information to exchange good practice on how to improve road death data collection and recording. In all PIN countries the primary source of road death data collection consists of police records. Police data are, and should remain, the […]

New EU vehicle safety standards essential to reducing child road deaths

New EU vehicle safety standards essential to reducing child road deaths

More than 8,000 children aged 0-14 years have been killed in road traffic collisions over the last ten years in the European Union, new data show. Half of the children killed were travelling in cars, a third were walking and 13% were cycling, according to a report published today by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC). One in every 13 child deaths in the European Union occurs as a result of a road collision. The European Commission is expected to announce a long-overdue update […]

Reducing child deaths on European roads (PIN Flash 34)

Reducing child deaths on European roads (PIN Flash 34)

Every day in the European Union, more than thirty children are seriously injured and two are killed in road traffic collisions. More than 8,100 have died over the last decade. The impact of these deaths and life-changing injuries on families and communities is immeasurable. But they also carry an economic cost, which diverts resources that could have been used for education, improving health or other social goods. Children are particularly vulnerable road users. They lack experience and are less visible to other road users […]

1 December 2017 – How to improve young road user and cyclist safety, Zagreb

1 December 2017, 9.30-15.00  Ministry of the Interior, Ilica 335, Zagreb The Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Sea, Transport and Infrastructure and the European Transport Safety Council held a high level Road Safety Performance Index debate. Government representatives, local authorities, police, researchers, NGOs and other stakeholders were invited to discuss priority measures and actions to improve young road user and cyclist safety in Croatia. Experts from Austria and the Netherlands shared their experience in improving young road user and cyclist safety. Download the […]

27 June 2017 – Road Safety in Romania – Challenges and Opportunities, Bucharest

Ministry of Transport, 38 Blvd. Dinicu Golescu, Bucharest, 27 June 2017, 09:30 – 17:00 Ministerul Transporturilor, Bd. Dinicu Golescu, nr. 38, Bucureşti, 27 Iunie 2017, 09:30 – 17:00 The Ministry of Transport of Romania, the Romanian Road Transport Authority, the World Bank and the European Transport Safety Council organized a PIN Talk within the framework of the international road safety experts conferences. Ministerul Transporturilor, Autoritatea Rutieră Română, Banca Mondială și Consiliul European pentru Siguranța Transporturilor (ETSC) au organizat evenimentul PIN Talk ”Siguranța rutieră în România: […]

23 June 2017 – European approach towards better road safety: safe road users, safe vehicles and safe infrastructure, Ljubljana

Austria Trend Hotel, Dunajska cesta 154, 1000 Ljubljana, 23 June 2017, 10.00-17.00 Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency and European Transport Safety Council together had a pleasure to hold an experts’ conference – European approach towards better road safety: safe roads, safe vehicles and safe infrastructure. The conference gathered ministers, decision makers, police, representative from national authorities, road safety experts, NGOs and other road safety stakeholders. Opportunities to improve road safety in Slovenia were discussed. Click here to download the agenda. Presentations Road Safety Performance Index – Slovenia within the […]

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

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 […]

Up to 40% of road deaths in Europe are work-related

Up to 40% of road deaths in Europe are work-related

As EU road death figures stagnate, employers are essential to tackling road risk according to new report. Switzerland recognised with European award for long term progress on improving road safety. As new figures show road deaths in the European Union have not decreased in three years, a report from the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) says employers, national governments and the European Union must step-up efforts to tackle the problem of work-related road risk. 25,671 lives were lost on the road in the European […]

11th Annual Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Report

11th Annual Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Report

In 2010, the European Union renewed its commitment to improve road safety by setting a target of reducing road deaths by 50% by 2020, compared to 2010 levels. This target followed an earlier target set in 2001 to halve road deaths by 2010. Since 2014, progress has virtually ground to a halt. 2016 was the third consecutive poor year for road safety: 25,670 people lost their lives on EU roads compared to 26,200 the previous year – a 2% decrease. But this followed a […]

Tapping the potential for reducing work-related road deaths and injuries (PIN Flash 33)

Tapping the potential for reducing work-related road deaths and injuries (PIN Flash 33)

Over 25,600 lives were lost on the road in the European Union in 2016, of those a large proportion were victims of work-related road (WRR) collisions. Even though the exact number is unknown, it is likely that up to 40% of all road deaths are work-related. Part I: Work-related road safety (WRRS) data collection and reporting Gaining a full and detailed picture of WRR collisions in the EU is very challenging due to differing definitions, variety of data sources, a lack of linkages between […]

ETSC outlines ways of reducing deaths in single motor vehicle collisions

ETSC outlines ways of reducing deaths in single motor vehicle collisions

A third of road deaths in the EU happen in collisions that involve a single motorised vehicle where the driver/rider and/or passengers are killed but no other road users are involved. These Single Vehicle Collisions (SVCs), and how to prevent them occurring, are the subject of a new report from ETSC, published today. Nearly 7300 road users lost their lives in 2015 in SVCs in the EU with around 100,000 such deaths occurring over the last ten years according to the data revealed in […]

Reducing deaths in Single Vehicle Collisions (PIN Flash 32)

Reducing deaths in Single Vehicle Collisions (PIN Flash 32)

A third of road deaths in the EU are caused by collisions that involve a single motorised vehicle where the driver, rider and/or passengers are killed but no other road users are involved. These single vehicle collisions (SVCs), and how to prevent them occurring, are the subject of this report. Nearly 7300 road users lost their lives in 2015 in SVCs in the EU. Around 94,800 people have died in such collisions in the last ten years. Across the EU, the total number of […]

30 March 2017 – How to improve urban road safety, Sofia

30 March 2017, 09:30-14:30 30 март 2017 г., 9:30 – 14:30 ч. Bulgarian Red Cross, James Bourchier Blvd. 76, Sofia Български Червен кръст, бул. “Джеймс Баучер” 76, София The State-Public Consultative Commission on the Problems of Road Safety and the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) held a high-level debate on road safety in urban areas. Държавно-обществената консултативна комисия по проблемите на безопасността на движението по пътищата и Европейския съвет за безопасност на транспорта (ETSC) имат удоволствието да Ви поканят на семинар свързан с пътната безопасност […]

14 March 2017 – How to improve urban road safety, Lisbon

14 March 2017 – How to improve urban road safety, Lisbon

14 March 2017, 09.00 – 14.00 Altis Grand Hotel, Rua Castilho 11, Lisbon The Portuguese Road Safety Association (PRP) and the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) held a high-level debate on road safety in urban areas. A Prevenção Rodoviária Portuguesa (PRP) e o Conselho Europeu de Segurança nos Transportes Transport Safety Council (ETSC) têm o prazer de convidar V. Exa. a participar numa discussão técnica subordinada à temática da segurança rodoviária dentro das zonas urbanas. Government representatives, local authorities, police, researchers, NGOs and other stakeholders […]

20 June 2016 – Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) conference, Brussels

Norway House, Brussels, 20 June 2016, 14.00-18.30 For two years, European progress on improving road safety has stalled. At the 2016 PIN conference, ETSC launched its latest annual report explaining why some countries are still making progress, some have stagnated, and several are going in reverse. We also highlighted two areas where EU and Member State action will be critical to future progress: enhanced enforcement of road safety laws, and improved vehicle safety. The winner of this year’s PIN Award, for a country making outstanding […]

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