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European Mobility Week

Today starts the EU mobility week Smart mobility. Strong economy. more Pedestrians and other vulnerable road user will be safer by reducing vehicle speed in urban areas to at least 30 km/h Factsheet (E) in-residential-areas20  (1,3 MByte) Doc (F):30kmf (900 kByte)  

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Memorial to Road Traffic Victims in Brussels

To honour the numerous people killed and seriously injured on roads in Europe, Rudi Vervoort, Minister – President of the Brussels – Capital Region and State Secretary Bianca Debaets, support the idea of creating a memorial for road traffic victims in Brussels Brussels Regional Government Official press release (french): 20160807-communique-de-presse-un-lieu-de-memoire-a-bruxelles-pour-les-victimes-de-la-route This is an initiative of the […]

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FEVR Silver Jubilee

Last Wednesday, 6.7 we celebrated our 25th Anniversary in Brussels. Here is the PDF File: FEVR – 25th Anniversary – FEVR’s Silver Jubilee in Brussels – 6th July 2016 (2,25 Mbyte) with a lot of pictures and memories. Thanks to all who contributed and helped that this celebration could be an unforgettable highlight in our FEVR history.

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FEVR “silver jubilee” Press Release

6 July 1991 – 6 July 2015    Time to celebrate… Link:Press Release with member Logos  and Time to Remember: 1991-2016: 25 years signifies also 250 million road traffic victims worldwide From the time FEVR was set up in July 1991 until July 2016, worldwide more than 40 Million people lost their lives as the […]

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Remembering Marcel, FEVR founder

During our “silver jubilee” next wednesday in Brussels we will also honour and remember Marcel HAEGI FEVR founder & 1.President  Marcel sadly died February 6th 2004 “I’m happy to hear from you and to see FEVR has reached 25 years of activity – I am sure my father would be very proud of this achievement“ […]

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Approval of cross-border enforcement

FEVR also welcomes the formal political agreement reached this afternoon about the so-called “cross boarder enforcement directive”, whereby foreign drivers who commit  eight defined  traffic offences can no longer escape prosecution. FEVR president, Jeannot Mersch: “European citizens already had to wait so long before this agreement was found. In my country, Luxemburg, where during the summer, due to transit and […]

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e-call 2018 in all new cars

European Parliament and EU member states agreed on mandatory installation of ‘eCall’, a system for sending automated emergency calls from cars in the event of a crash. The deal requires new models of car launched in the EU from 31 March 2018 to be fitted with the system. Antonio Avenoso, Executive Director of the European […]

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2015 Mid Term for Road Safety

Will 2015 be a turning point for road safety in the EU? The EU target to reduce fatalities by 50% for 2020 is only reachable if combined efforts at both national and EU level are stepped up. We need also a target for reducing severe injuries and road danger reduction backed on the political agenda     European […]

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World Day of Remembrance and Messages

Here are the statements and messages we received for this year’s World Day of Remembrance  for Road Traffic Victims: UN Secretary General, Mr Ban Ki-Moon: UNSG_statement_2014_English Commissioner Violeta Bulc, the Commissioner for Transport, has prepared a video statement for the World Day of Remembrance of Road Traffic Victims The video message will go out with a […]

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World Day International Video

FEVR with the help of our Portuguese friends is sharing again beside a common poster also  a  short video to be used over the world for the upcoming World Day of remembrance next 16 November to remember all the people who died and were severly injured through the whole world

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