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FEVR 25th Anniversary

FEVR 25th Anniversary (1991 – 2016) FEVR is celebrating 25 years of working for a better deal for road crash victims – on 6th July in Brussels. Who are we? What is FEVR? “Working to protect the interests of road crash victims & to reduce road danger” FEVR is an NGO with UN consultative status – a […]

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International Level Crossing Awareness Day

10-11 June is ILCAD’s Level Crossing Awareness day more

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Fondacion Mapfre award

Casino de Madrid. Fundación MAPFRE held today, Monday, June 6, in Madrid, its Awards 2015 ceremony, which is international in scope and disburses a total of 150,000 euros. FEVR proud and honoured to have received the Fondacion Mapfre award Road traffic collision victims were also recognized at these awards, where the important work of the […]

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India: Zero Stars For All Cars In Crash Tests

Zero Stars For All Cars In Latest Global NCAP Crash Tests The latest Indian crash test results from Global NCAP released today (17) in Delhi continue to disappoint with all five models rated as zero star. The Renault Kwid, Maruti Suzuki Celerio, Maruti Suzuki Eeco, Mahindra Scorpio and Hyundai Eon all showed low levels of […]

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Let’s Go to tackle serious road injuries

Five transport ministers say it’s time for Europe to tackle serious road injuries The transport ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia have added to calls for the European Union to come forward with a target to reduce the numbers of people seriously injured in road collisions. In a declaration signed in […]

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5 + 5 year Decade of Action for RS

11 May 2016: five-year anniversary of the launch of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 Today marks the mid-point in the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, which was launched to great fanfare in many countries around the world on 11 May 2011. Five years since the launch of the Decade of […]

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ETSC: Automated vehicles need ‘driving tests’

There is nowadays much discussion about self driving or autonomous cars among stakeholders The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) just released a study on this topic whilst this afternoon there will be a hearing in the EP Transport Committee in Brussels Antonio Avenoso, Executive Director of the European Transport Safety Council said: “Automated vehicles are already starting […]

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How safe are new cars sold in the EU

22.3.16: ETSC PIN ( Performance Index) about Car Safety released today Even if safety trend has been positive over the past decade, especially so for car occupants who have benefited more than other road users from road safety measures adopted  there are still very significant differences between the average Euro NCAP rating of new cars sold in […]

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Transforming Transportation

At theConference “Transforming Transportation” organised by Embarq & World Bank in Washington, Road Safety was high on the agenda “I cannot accept even one death [on the roads]…every death is one too much,” said H.E. François Bausch, Minister of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure at Luxembourg. more

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Road safety priorities for the EU in 2016

The ETSC briefing  examines the upcoming policy initiatives from the European Commission including progress towards the 2020 target with recommendations for maximising the results of road safety work. In this briefing, ETSC outlines its recommendations on the key EU road safety policy dossiers to be steered by the Dutch Presidency of the European Union: 1. […]

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