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SWOV researcher Schermers coauthored the article 'Defining suitable Safe System projects: The experience of the SaferAfrica project in five African countries' in IATSS Research.

 

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The new year also marks the start of SWOV's new research program.

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FERSI is organising a two-day conference for researchers and policy makers on 6 and 7 October 2022 in the Hague. FERSI invites you to submit a proposal for a contribution

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FERSI’s General Assembly, in its meeting of 24 November, (re)elected its Executive Board for the next three years: President Rob Eenink (SWOV), Vice-President Dominique Mignot (UE), and members Lila Gaitanidou (HIT/CERTH), Astrid Linder (VTI) and Klaus Machata (KFV)

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In 2020, 610 people were killed in Dutch traffic and 19,700 people were seriously injured, of whom 6,500 had an injury severity of MAIS3+. This means that there were 51 road fatalities and 1,700 fewer seriously injured compared to 2019. The COVID-19 measures probably contributed to the lower casualty numbers. Nevertheless, the overall trend is still worrying: the number of road deaths has...

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SWOV has conducted a review on different aspects of cycling infrastructure and their contribution to the risk of bicycle crashes.

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As of January 2022, Martin Damen (54) will start as the new director of SWOV – Institute for Road Safety Research, succeeding Peter van der Knaap, who became director of the International Research & Policy Evaluation Directorate at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Damen is currently a member of the board of the Dutch company RIGO...

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On 18 October LEVITATE held a webinar on policy interventions.

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The MEDIATOR project published the first five public deliverables.

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The 10th Young Researchers Seminar was held on September 15-17, 2021 in Portorož. The seminar offered the opportunity to a network of young transport researchers from members of ECTRI, FEHRL and FERSI as well as from research organisations across the US to gather and interact during the three-day seminar.

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