In 2023, 39 countries from 5 continents joined ESRA3. The survey followed the same methodological approach as used in ESRA1 and ESRA2 to maintain consistency, efficiency and reliability. The country fact sheets are available on the website, and the thematic reports and updated dashboard will be published in 2024.

In ESRA3 E-scooters is introduced as a a new target group to the questionnaire. It also includes regional questions on road safety, expanding the themes covered to 10. 

Vias institute in Brussels (Belgium) coordinates the ESRA3 survey in close collaboration with the ten partners of the steering group:

  • BASt - Federal Highway Research Institute, Germany
  • DTU - Technical University of Denmark
  • EIFFEL UNIV - Université Gustave Eiffel, France
  • 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

IRF supported ESRA3 Country fact sheets with contextual information on exposure.


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