EU Road Safety Exchange + (EURSE+) 2023 – 2025 for road safety improvement in Europe is about to launch!

Congress at the European Parliament in Brussels, on the Driving License Directive and FitDrive Project
Helping Victims – Polish motorsport champions together, for children – road traffic victims

On May 25th the representatives of European Commission, European Transport Safety Council, Ministry of Infrastructure of Poland and National Road Safety Council in Poland led an important meeting launching the cooperation within the road safety exchange and improvement program in Europe – EURSE+.

FEVR board member from Poland is also participant of this european exchange program which hopefully will help to improve road safety, also the post-crash response area.

About the program:

Between 2019 and 2022, twelve EU Member States joined forces to share smart ideas for improving road safety, as part of an EU-funded project.

There are important differences in the road safety performance of the different EU Member States. The three-year EU Road Safety Exchange project aimed to help tackle these disparities, linking up experts from Austria, Bulgaria, France, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain and Sweden. Transport experts from the twelve participating countries worked together to share best practices on reducing speed, building safe infrastructure and improving enforcement and data collection, as well as the safety of pedestrians and cyclists in urban areas.


A new three-year phase of the project has just been given the green light and will be expanded to include more countries and new road safety topics.

EU Road Safety Exchange is funded by the European Parliament and led by the European Commission. The project is managed by ETSC on behalf of the European Commission.

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