ESRA, Who are we and what do we do?
ESRA is a joint international initiative of research organisations and road safety institutes coordinated by Vias institute, and the acronym stands for E-Survey of Road Users’ Attitudes.
It is an extensive survey undertaken with a representative sample of the adult population in participating countries (using online access panels), carried out in 68 participating countries and covering 6 continents.
The 20-min survey addresses over 300 items, focusing on 5 topics;
5 target road users groups;
and covers the 10 following road safety themes:
Use of different transport modes - Self-declared safe and unsafe behaviour in traffic - Acceptability of safe and unsafe traffic behaviour - Attitudes towards safe and unsafe traffic behaviour - Involvement in road crashes - Subjective safety and risk perception - Support for policy measures - Opinions and experiences with enforcement measures - Infrastructure - Specific regional questions
Aim & objectives