SWOV works with an annual research programme financed by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment. In addition, SWOV carries out research commissioned by international, regional and local parties, such as the EU, industry and interest groups.

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Study on Serious Road Traffic Injuries in the EU

Projectnr: U15.04 - MOVE/C4/SER/2015 | Status: Completed, Start date: 20 Oct 2015, End date: 19 Oct 2016
Tags: Road safety in numbers, Risks, International,Europa
In 2015 and 2016, SWOV participated in an EU research project that focused on serious road traffic injuries (MAIS 3+) among pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and car occupants in the European...... Read more

Costs and benefits of retrofit contour marking

Projectnr: C11.25 | Status: Completed, Start date: , End date:
Tags: Freight and delivery traffic, Risks, Policy, International,
Commissioned by 3M, SWOV in 2014 did research into the costs and benefits of retrofit introduction of contour marking for lorries in the Netherlands. Benefits lie in casualties saved and reduction of... Read more

Subjective safety N233

Projectnr: E14.02 | Status: Completed, Start date: , End date:
Tags: Infrastructure, Policy, Human behaviour in traffic,
The Province of Utrecht and the Concerned Citizens Collective WijWillenVeiligOversteken (WeWantToCrossSafely) asked SWOV to map out the concerns of the citizens about the intersection between the...... Read more


Projectnr: C07.13 | Status: Completed, Start date: 01 Oct 2012, End date: 30 Jun 2017
Tags: Transport mode, Powered two-wheeler, Passenger car, Freight and delivery traffic, Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic, International,Europa
For a period of two years naturalistic driving data was collected for cars, lorries and powered twowheelers within the EU-project UDRIVE . The datalogger developed in the project, continously... Read... Read more