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The European project MEDIATOR has been kicked-off on 23 and 24 May in The Hague. 

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On 28 May experts from Europe and beyond came together in Gothenburg to discuss which societal impacts connected and automated vehicles will have. The workshop was organised within the Horizon 2020 funded research project LEVITATE.

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May 8-9, the final conference of the CEDR project ISAAC will take place in Brussels. The result of the project is an interactive website that allows local, regional and national policy makers to gain insight in measures that stimulate cycling and walking at the expense of car use. 

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SWOV researchers Boele, Van Strijp-Houtenbos, Goldenbeld and Commandeur coauthored the article 'A quasi-experimental, longitudinal evaluation of a school-based bicycle helmet campaign for children aged 4-8 years in the Netherlands' in the 'Journal of Transportation Safety & Security'.

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SWOV researchers Van der Kint, Vissers, Schagen and Commandeur coauthored the article 'Interactions between cyclists and automated vehicles: Results of a photo experiment' in the magazine 'Journal of Transportation Safety & Security.

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SWOV researchers Goldenbeld and Schermers coauthored a paper in the magazine 'Accident Analysis & Prevention'. The aim of this paper is to update the most recent published evidence on road safety estimates of recent red light camera (RLC) and speed/red light camera studies (SRLC).

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In 2018, the Netherlands counted 678 road deaths: 65 more than in 2017.

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The Forum of European Road Safety Institutes (FERSI) has restyled and updated its website FERSI.org. The website not only provides information about FERSI, its members and activities, it also provides relevant links to road safety information, road safety organisations, major policy documents and European projects. 

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PROGReSS is a CEDR funded project aiming at delivering an application to help road administrators in identifying and solving problems in their design (process) of roads and roadsides leading or contributing to severe roadside crashes. After a survey among road administrators to identify problems they are facing, the previous period has been used to develop the application

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The CEDR-funded ADVERTS project just published its recommendations for minimising distraction from roadside advertising. Since roadside advertising is explicitly meant to attract the attention of passers-by, it is by definition a source of distraction. However, some features are more distracting than other. 

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