On 26-28 October 2017, the third edition of the African Road Safety Forum (FASeR) was held in Ouagadougou. Several industry experts gathered for two days at Sopatel Silmandé Hotel to discuss safety issues and the growing rate of traffic related deaths each year.
Organised by the International Road Federation (IRF Geneva) the day before the official opening of the 18th edition of the IRF World Meeting, a Transport Ministers Forum was held in Delhi, India on 13th November 2017.
The European Commission has recently realized a report containing an overview on the Road Safety in Europe during the 2016.
The “Benchmarking de la seguridad vial en Amèrica Latina” is a report that describes and compares the management and performance of road safety in ten Latin American countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay and Uruguay.
The SafetyCube - European Road Safety Decision Support System (DSS) was officially launched on 5 October 2017. SafetyCube is a collaborative research project with 17 partner institutions, funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
On 23-24 October 2017, Cape Town hosted the Africa Road Safety 2017 Conference. During the Conference, Stergios Mavromatis and George Yannis, as representatives of NTUA have presented the SaferAfrica Project.
IRTAD (International Traffic Safety Data and Analysis Group) has realized the Road Safety Annual Report 2017 aimed to provide an overview of road safety performance for 2015 in 40 countries.
The African Forum for Road Safety - FASeR is a high-level international event aiming at promoting experience sharing and bringing out appropriate reactions to the issues of accidents in Africa. The event will also host the SaferAfrica Project
On the 24th August 2017 in New York, the Secretary General of the United Nations presented to the General Assembly the Report on road safety: the SaferAfrica Project is mentioned within the “Road Safety Management” section
FIA (Federation Internationale de l’automobile) is launching the initiative #PARKYOURPHONE aiming to combat the use of smartphones in traffic.
On 11 October 2017, within the 6th IRTAD Conference “Better Road Safety Data for Better Safety Outcomes” it will be presented the SaferAfrica Workshop, organised in the framework of the EC-funded project SaferAfrica.
The aim of Project Edward is to realize a day without road fatalities in Europe. The project is an initiative created by TISPOL in 2016.
On 30th August, SWOV (Institute for Road Safety Research) hosted the workshop about Road Safety Management Capacity Review (RSMCR), as a part of Work Package 5 (WP5) of the SaferAfrica project.
On 7 and 8 of September 2017, the National Road Safety Centre of Benin hosted a regional meeting of experts on road safety in the Abidjan-Lagos corridor organized by OCAL
The European Mobility Week will start on 16-22 September 2017. Since 2002, this campaign tries to improve public health, quality of life and to influence mobility and transport issues.
The Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre at Chalmers (SAFER) has recently launched its new website, aimed to communicate SAFER research findings worldwide
SaferAfrica Newsletter is the official, semi–annual newsletter from the Horizon 2020 SaferAfrica Project.
The International Transport Forum (ITF) at the OECD, has recently created a new tool aimed to compare transport trends across countries.
The #4RoadSafety Manifesto has been launched in May by The Global Network for Road Safety Legislators in London, as part of the 2017 UN Global Road Safety Week.
On March 29-30, 2017, SaferAfrica organised successfully a Meeting in Nairobi.
SaferAfrica officially started in October 2016 and will last for thirty-six months. Kick-off meeting took place in Rome hosted by Italian University “La Sapienza”, as project coordinator.