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Peter Elsenaar GRSP Senior Advisor Former Road Safety Director NL Member of the PIARC Committee Road Safety Chairman Dutch Road Victims Association pelsenaar@cs.com. Scope of the Problem. Fatality Trends 1980 – 1995. Business. Government. GRSP. Civil Society.

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    1. Peter Elsenaar GRSP Senior AdvisorFormer Road Safety Director NL Member of the PIARC Committee Road Safety Chairman Dutch Road Victims Association pelsenaar@cs.com

    2. Scope of the Problem Fatality Trends 1980 – 1995

    3. Business Government GRSP Civil Society A new, broader approach to road safety Improved Road Safety

    4. 12 Focus Country programmes Global advocacy Developing good practice and Knowledge-sharing 45 Members, see annual report Principal activities 2006

    5. Seat belt campaign Costa Rica & Hungary, Romania, Russia

    6. “A” Degree Driver, Poland Disco program 15 largest cities in Poland Most popular disco in these cities July – September 2004 9000 participants

    7. Advocacy Conferences (PIARC) and exhibitions

    8. Good Practice Guides Helmets – WHO Seat belts – FIA-F, with GRSP Alcohol – GRSP Management/lead agency – World Bank Data systems – WHO Speed Management - GRSP UN Collaboration, WHO

    9. Road Safety Management in UN-ESCWA Countries Guide to the Good Practices Authors: Samar Abouraad, GRSP advisor Peter Elsenaar, GRSP senior advisor Egypt December 2006,

    10. Transfer of GRSP knowledge recently: • SSATP cooperation • PIARC Togo Western Africa Road safety Conference Nov 2006 • PIARC Chile Road Safety Conference April 2007 (planned) • Evaluate a new Latin American Focus country: Argentina? Chile?

    11. Road Safety on Four Continents Conference • October 2005 Warsaw • November 14-17 2007 in Bangkok, call for papers untill 1-5-2007 • Vti.se/RS4C • Co-sponsor TRB

    12. Road deaths /100,000 population 2005

    13. Poland evaluation session 469 Proposed: RS4C midterm activity at TRB, in combination with the Sunday RS Workshop Existing Sunday half day workshop: first world discussing third world’s safety Proposal: add third world adressing to first world about their good practise TRB 2007

    14. Thank you

    15. For more information ... www.grsproadsafety.org www.who.org www.piarc.org www.vti.se/RS4C You could be an instrument for change