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  • OECD/ITF High Level Seminar on Road Safety Paris 25-26 September 2008
    of the Joint OECD ITF Transport Research Centre briefing key policy makers To engage high level policy makers in discussions on the safe system approach to road safety and explore key implementation issues To contribute to moving road safety policy to a new level of ambition in Member and non member countries and contribute to the broader debate on the global road safety crisis in preparation for the 2009 UN road safety inter Ministerial meeting proposed in Moscow in 2009 To identify areas where further research work would be most useful Presentations Introductory Paper Jack SHORT ITF Secretary General Road Safety Performance The Good the Bad and the Potential for Improvement Fred WEGMAN SWOV Netherlands and Chair of IRTAD Raising the Level of Ambition Eric Howard Australia The Safe System Approach Implementing the Safe System A Progress Report Claes TINGVALL and Anders LIE Swedish Road Administration The Safe System Approach A Strategy for All Countries Sanjivi SUNDAR TERI India Safe System Building Blocks Speed Management Successful Strategies Why Did They Work Jacques NOUVIER CERTU France Protecting Vulnerable Road Users Children Elderly Motorcyclists Pedestrians Kate McMAHON United Kingdom and Arve KIRKEVOLD Norway Conclusions of the Motorcycling Safety Workshop Lillehammer Norway 10 11 June 2008 Arve KIRKEVOLD Norwegian Public Road Administration Chairman of the Organizing Committee Young Drivers Divera TWISK SWOV Netherlands Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs Horst SCHULZE BASt Germany Infrastructure Investment for Long Term Gains Phil ALLAN Department for Transport Energy and Infrastructure South Australia Vehicle Safety Expected Benefits of New Technologies Anders EUGENSSON Volvo The Fundamentals The Economics of Road Safety Investment Pays Slides Rune ELVIK TOI Norway Consumer Demand for Road Safety and the Impact of NCAP and IRAP David WARD Director General FIA Foundation Mobilising Political Resources Political Will Raising Road Safety Performance in

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  • OECD/ITF High Level Seminar on Road Safety Paris 25-26 September 2008
    road safety strategies Sanjivi Sundar Improving data on accidents is urgent deaths that occur after accidents are not recorded in India and the cause of accidents is routinely attributed either to brake failure or drunkenness John White Divera Twisk and Rune Elvik Claes Tingvall Anders Lie Matts Ake Belin Anders Eugensson Bjorn Stafbom Rose McMurray and Horst Schulze Iain Cameron and Phil Allan David Ward at the Make Roads Safe reception Rune Elvik Finn Harald Amundsen and Arve Kirkevold Jack Short Eric Howard and David Ward with the latest report from the Joint Transport Research Centre Towards Zero Ambitious Road Safety Targets and the Safe System Approach Panel debate Mobilising Political Resources Pere Navarro Iain Cameron Rose McMurray Isabelle Kardacz and Michèle Merli Michèle Merli Fatalities and serious injuries are not inevitable we must save lives especially those of young people All of society must be mobilised and in France we have witnessed the importance of effective leadership at the very highest level Isabelle Kardacz announcing the holding of the 2nd European Road Safety Day on 13 October 2008 Pere Navarro We have made enormous progress in reducing crashes on the highways our data reveals that the problem is worst

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  • Workshop on Motorcycling Safety, Lillehammer, Norway, 10-11 June 2008
    motorcycling safety in order to identify the real problems of motorcycling safety vs the perceived problems discuss practical solutions to these problems and propose a set of measures to improve the safety of motorcyclists Final Programme Participants Press Release Final Report Annexes to the Final Report Presentations Opening Speech Liv Signe NAVARSETE Minister of Transport and Communications Norway Trends in Motorcycle fleet worldwide Nick ROGERS Secretary General International Motorcycle Manufacturers

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  • OECD/ECMT Publication - Young Drivers: The Road to Safety
    steps to reduce young driver risk and the associated human and economic costs Traffic crashes are the single greatest killer of those aged 15 24 in OECD and many ECMT countries In the OECD alone about 25 000 people in this age group die in crashes every year including over 8 500 killed young drivers In many countries about 20 to 30 of total fatal crashes involve a young driver

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  • OECD-ITF Joint Transport Research Centre - Speed Management
    of road fatalities Speeding has an impact not only on accidents but also on the environment energy consumption and quality of life particularly for residents in urban areas Reducing average speeds on the roads by only 5 will save around 20 of current fatalities There is good experience available on how to quickly reduce the extent of speeding and thereby reduce current fatalities and injuries Reduced speeding will also reduce

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  • ECMT documents on Crime and Security in Transport
    June 2005 Declaration on Security and Terrorism in the Transport Sector Council of Ministers of Transport Ljubljana 26 27 mai 2004 Recommendations on Container Transport Security Across Modes Council of Ministers of Transport Ljubljana 26 27 mai 2004 Note on Security and Terrorism in the Transport Sector Key Issues and Actions Council of Ministers of Transport Ljubljana 26 27 May 2004 Working Together to Combat Freight Crime by J Short Eurowatch Conference A Nordic Initiative for the Furtherance of Security in Transport Copenhagen Denmark 20 November 2003 Improving Transport Security and Efficiency Contradiction or Opportunity by J Short Trade Facilitation 2003 Irish Exporters Association Dublin 21 March 2003 Transport Security and Terrorism Summary Note and Declaration Council of Ministers of Transport Bucharest 29 30 May 2002 Transport Security and Terrorism Note on Actions and Policy Issues Council of Ministers of Transport Bucharest 29 30 May 2002 Vandalism Terrorism and Security in Urban Public Passenger Transport Conclusions of Round Table 123 11 12 April 2002 Transport Ministers Statement on Counter Terrorism Ministerial Conference on Transport A New Challenge for Environmentally Friendly Transport Tokyo Japan 15 16 January 2002 Conclusions and Recommendations on Combating Crime in Transport Council of Ministers of Transport

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  • Road Transport Regulating & Enforcement Bodies
    requested to supply any useful information for road hauliers driving through an ECMT Member country of which they are not nationals This information concerns the nature of any inspections they might have to undergo and the identity of those carrying such inspections verification of the identity of the haulier and inspections of the vehicle or freight carried This information was revised in November 2014 Countries marked with an asterisk are

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  • Road Transport: Weights and Dimensions
    Guide Certificates FAQ ECMT Acquis Archives NEWS ALERT A A A Road Transport Weights and Dimensions This information is based on replies from our member countries to a questionnaire The tables reflect the situation as of 3rd August 2015 The indicators may however change over time you are therefore advised to verify actual data with the national authorities of member countries Permissible Maximum Dimensions of Lorries in Europe Revised 03

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