Summer newsletter released!

Great news! The latest edition of our newsletter is out and the finalists for our Excellence in Road Safety Awards 2023 have been announced!

Thank you for sending all your wonderful initiatives, it's inspiring to see the continued enthusiasm for Road Safety in Europe! Our judging panel has reviewed each application; details can be found in our newsletter. 

April newsletter out now...

This edition of our newsletter announces the opening of our 2024 Excellence in Road Safety Awards application window.

Our annual Excellence in Road Safety Awards recognises the contributions of our members towards the shared goal of improved road safety across Europe.

The categories for 2024 are:

Excellence in Road Safety Awards 2024 – NOW OPEN!

Do you have a road safety project or initiative that you think deserves EU-wide recognition? 

Apply now to win a prestigious Excellence in Road Safety Award. Your application will not only put you in with a chance to win a European award, but it will also help us to share good practices from across Europe.

You can inspire others and help build greater momentum towards our Vision Zero goal – reducing road deaths to almost zero by 2050. 

Lessons learned from the EU Road Safety Conference 2024

On the 16th of April road safety experts and authorities came together in Dublin at the EU Road Safety Conference of the European Commission to discuss the progress made so far with implementing the Safe System approach and with achieving the goals of halving road deaths by 2030.  The conference was opened by Director-General Magda Kopczyńska and moderated by Director Kristian Schmidt of DG MOVE.

New dashboard on road safety culture & behaviour

The ESRA project is a joint initiative of road safety institutes, research centres, public services and private sponsors from all over the world. The aim is to collect and analyse comparable data on road safety performance, in particular road safety culture and behaviour of road users. After extensive data collection across 39 countries in its third edition, the project now launched a dashboard to give a visual representation of the national road safety indicators. 

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