1st ESRA CONFERENCE - June 2016 - Brussels

Monday 20/06/2016 morning 10:00 – 14:00 (including lunch, registration will start at 9:30)

Brussels, Thon Hotel EU (Rue de la Loi 75)

Presentation of the main results of the ESRA survey 2015 and the first 6 thematic reports

• Speeding

• Driving under the influence of alcohol & drugs

• Distraction & fatigue

• Seat belt & child restraint systems

• Subjective safety & risk perception

• Enforcement & support for road safety policy measures

ONLINE REGISTRATION is closed - 17 June - 15h00

Extension of the 1st ESRA survey in 2016

The first edition of the ESRA survey was a great success both in terms of the cooperation between road safety institutes and the richness of the data. Hence, it may not surprise you that this first edition yielded a lot of interest in other countries, and not only within Europe! For that reason, we have decided to launch a second wave of the survey in the autumn of 2016. Eight new countries joined the initiative: the USA, Canada, Australia, Israel, the Republic of Korea, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Norway. In the beginning of 2017, results of this second wave will be available on the website.

While data collection is being finalized of the first ESRA survey, preparations for the second edition have already started. Several additional countries are expected to join the initiative in 2018! Please feel free to contact us if your country or institution would like to join the second ESRA survey in 2018 (contact)

Synthesis of the main findings from the 1st ESRA survey in 25 countries

The updated results of the 1st ESRA survey are now available on this website. The results are based on the answers of almost 27,000 respondents from 25 countries across 4 continents: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, the Republic of Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States of America. The field work was carried out in two waves: (1) June/July 2015 (17 countries) , and (2) November 2016 (8 additional countries).


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