Science for Safety

2 August 2016

Commit to EDWARD: the first ‘European Day Without A Road Death


21 September 2016 is the first European Day Without A Road Death. The project is an initiative by TISPOL, the European Traffic Police Network. TISPOL, with 30 European member countries, asks every European organization and every European citizen to sign the pledge on the TISPOL website to make 21 September the first European day without road deaths.



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ETSC: Cuts to police enforcement is damaging for road safety


Commit to EDWARD: the first ‘European Day Without A Road Death


Prevent crashes, reduce injuries, save lives


SafetyCube Workshop, The Hague,
24 May 2016


ETSC advocates use of Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA)


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Recent publications:

An empirical exploration of the impact of transition of control on situation awareness for potential hazards


Transition of control in highly automated vehicles; A literature review


Advising on human factors for field trials with (partially) self-driving vehicles


Extending the road safety research and development capacity in Morocco


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