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ETSC’s Best in Europe Conference 2006 eSafety that matters. eTSC Some smart road safety activities at ETSC. ISA, Alcolocs and Seat Belt Reminders. Deconstructing ISA Myths. Simple, robust and reliable Speed maps are no problem EU differences are not an impediment

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deconstructing isa myths
Deconstructing ISA Myths
  • Simple, robust and reliable
  • Speed maps are no problem
  • EU differences are not an impediment
  • Accident reductions outweigh costs
  • Drivers remain drivers
  • Drivers are in favour of ISA
  • No real liability concerns
  • The market wants regulation
  • Part of systemic approach
  • Good for the environment
etsc s enforcement programme
ETSC’s Enforcement Programme

1. Enforcement Monitors

2. Enforcement Compendia

3. Manufacturing & Enforcement

4. Press Work

5. Conference

6. Website

“The one-stop shop on traffic law enforcement”

the mid term review of the 3rd rsap
The Mid-term Review of the 3rd RSAP

Where is the Infrastructure Safety Directive?

taking responsibility
Taking responsibility

“The Gateway to Europe”

Athens-Patras (National Road Korinthos)

Per Billion Vehicle Kilometres:

  • 17,3 road accidents with casualties
  • 5,9 fatalities
  • 6,2 serious injuries
etsc s new reviews in 2006 and 2007
ETSC’s new Reviews in 2006 and 2007
  • “Road accident data in the enlarged European Union: Learning from each other”
  • “A methodological appraoch to the evaluation of road safety polices”
  • “Safety implication of a motorcycling European society”
  • “Socio-cultural and politico-economical dimensions of transport injuries in Europe”
  • “Road risk as a result of increasing car-fleet polarisation and incompatibility”
  • “Barriers and pathways for road safety policy intergation across Europe”



Knowledge for Leadership –

The Road Safety PIN Programme

Ranking road safety performance across the EU

  • Higher valuation of road safety
  • Improving the urban/rural traffic environment
  • Improving visibility
  • Improving vehicles
  • A higher use of seat belts, child restraints and airbags
  • A higher use of helmets
  • Fewer speed limit violations
  • More effective rescue services and medical care
the road safety college
The Road Safety College









and other partners ...

thank you
Thank you!

The Board of Directors inclduding the Chairman Prof. Herman De Croo, the three founding members Prof. Manfred Bandmann (DVR), Prof. Murray Mackay (PACTS) and Prof. Pieter von Vollenhoven (The Dutch Safety Investigation Board), Prof. Richard Allsop (University College London) plus three Members of the European Parliament: Paolo Costa (I), Ewa Hedkvist Petersen (S) and Dieter Koch (D)

Austrian Road Safety Board (KfV) (A) Automobile and Travelclub Germany (ARCD) (D) Belgian Road Safety Institute (IBSR/BIVV) (B) Birmingham Accident Research Centre, University of Birmingham (UK) Centro Studi Città Amica (CeSCAm), University of Brescia (I) Chalmers University of Technology (S) Comité Européen des Assurances (CEA) (Int) Commission Internationale des Examens de Conduite Automobile (CIECA) (Int) Confederation of Organisations in Road Transport Enforcement (CORTE) (Int) Czech Transport Research Centre (CDV) (CZ) German Transport Safety Council (DVR) (D) Dutch Safety Investigation Board (NL) European Federation of Road Accident Victims (FEVR) (Int) Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) (Int) Finnish Vehicle Administration Centre (AKE) (Fin)Folksam Research (S) Fundación Instituto Tecnológico para la Seguridad del Automóvil (FITSA) (E) Motor Transport Institute (ITS) (PL) Nordic Traffic Safety Council (Int) Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) (UK) Prévention Routière (F) Road and Safety (PL) Swedish National Society for Road Safety (NTF) (S) Swiss Council for Accident Prevention (bfu) (CH) Traffic Safety Committee, Federation of Finnish Insurance Companies (VALT) (Fin) University of Lund (S) Vehicle Safety Research Centre, University of Loughborough (UK)

thank you as well
Thank you as well ...

European Commission

ETSC’s Sponsorship Concortium