Our members’ actions have strengthened road safety culture across Europe, improved common knowledge about the causes of accidents and helped to create preventative measures and solutions.
The Charter’s diverse community of members is made up of companies, associations, local authorities, research institutions, universities and schools. All committed entitles are given genuine recognition and can use our website as a platform to share their expertise and actions, enabling others to learn and become inspired.
Specifically, the Charter aims to:
Together, we have played a significant role in the pan-European effort to make our roads safer. The mission of the European Road Safety Charter now is to further encourage, foster and broaden this community, with an ultimate vision of reducing deaths and serious injuries by 50% between 2020 and 2030 and no fatalities and serious injuries on EU roads, by 2050.
Whether your association already has solid experience or is only just starting up a road safety program, the European Road Safety Charter is open for you to join and contribute to reduce road casualties – making European roads a safer space. Find out how to sign a commitment and join the Charter community here.