After a successful first edition, ESRA2 was launched in 2018 gathering already 32 countries, with the engagement of 5 African countries, 5 Oceanian and Asian countries, 2 countries from America and 20 European countries.

And in 2019, a second wave was launched, and 16 new countries joined the initiative allowing this second edition to reach up to 48 countries across 6 continents (new were: 7 African countries, 4 Asian countries, 3 European countries and 1 Latin American country).

Vias institute in Brussels (Belgium) coordinated the ESRA2 survey in close collaboration with the eleven partners of the steering committee:

  • BASt - Federal Highway Research Institute, Germany
  • BFU - Swiss Council for Accident Prevention, Switzerland
  • CTL – Research Centre for Transport and Logistics, Italy
  • IATSS - International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences, Japan
  • ITS - Motor Transport Institute, Poland
  • KFV - Austrian Road Safety Board, Austria
  • NTUA - National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  • PRP - Portuguese Road Safety Association, Portugal
  • SWOV - Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands
  • TIRF - Traffic Injury Research Foundation, Canada

The national partners were: 


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