Despite improvements road safety during the last, more than 27,000 people lost their lives approximately 1,5 millions were injured on Europe's roads.  The ERF Road Safety Programme serves to promote the important contribution the road infrastructure can provide in making our roads safer.  
 

 


 

Working Groups
 
 

 

Events & Trainings
 
The ERF Infrastructure Safety Forum
 

The Infrastructure Safety Forum is an initiative launched by the European Union Road Federation (ERF) as part of its commitments towards better road safety. The Forum hosts discussions aimed at highlighting the life-saving potential of safer road engineering.



In 2004-2012, the ERF Infrastructure Safety Forum has held the following roundtable discussions:
 
 
Training Workshops
 
ERF firmly believes in the value of sharing "best in Europe" know-how and is offering road authorities in Central & Eastern Europe an opportunity to familiarise themselves with successful road engineering practices through a series of "on demand" training workshops.
 
The guiding principles behind these workshops is to offer a comprehensive overview of the safety contribution of better designed, built and operated road networks through interactive presentations delivered by some of Europe's foremost road safety professionals.
 
 
Workshops in  2012:
 
 
Workshops in  2011:
 
 
Workshops in 2009:
  • Prague (Czech Republic) - 2 & 3 June 2009

 

Workshops in 2008:

  • Warminsko-Marurskie (Poland) - 28 & 29 April 2008
  • Kiev (Ukraine) - 20 & 21 May 2008
  • Sofia (Bulgaria) - 15 & 16 July

 

Workshops in 2007:

  • Skopje (former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) - 30 & 31 January 2007
  • Bucharest (Romania) - 28 & 29 March 2007
  • Budapest (Hungary) - 27 & 28 June 2007
  • Vilnius (Lithuania) - 23 & 24 October 2007
  • Istanbul (Turkey) - 13 & 14 December 2007

 

Workshops in 2006:

  • Ankara (Turkey) - 20 September 2006
  • Warsaw (Poland) - 28 March 2006

 

Workshops in 2005:

  • Budapest (Hungary) - 30 November 2005
  • Belgrade (Serbia-Montenegro) - 16 & 17 November 2005
  • Cacak (Serbia-Montenegro) - 10 June 2005
  • Cairo (Egypt) - 8 February 2005

 

 
 
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Communication
 
 


Research

ERF is coordinator of the WHITEROADS and RAINVISION European research projects and has contributed to the following European research initiatives:
 

Additional resources

Please consult the following online resources:
  • Putting you in the driving seat for safer roads
  • The European Road Safety Action Programme
  • Joint Call for a European Road Safety Agency
  • ERF Roundtable on Road Infrastructure Safety
  • Guidelines to Black Spot Management

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    The European Union Road Federation (ERF) is a signatory of the European Road Safety Charter, associating civil society to the European Union's goal of halving road deaths by 2010.
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