Past events

24–25 October 2019

Vision zero for traffic fatalities and serious injuries—research questions and challenges

25–26 October 2018

On the track of future urban mobility—safety, human factors and technology

8–9 March 2018

Improving the safety of vulnerable road users—challenges and opportunities

26–27 October 2017

Traffic safety and the city—how to enhance traffic safety and liveability in urban areas?

 

20–21 October 2016

How to assess traffic safety?—Adapting methods to future challenges

26–27 April 2016

Cycling and planning for cyclists

29–30 October 2015

How to assess safety problems, especially those of vulnerable road users

16–17 October 2014

Empirical data collection in the field—from hard core traffic conflicts till qualitative data collection

24–25 April 2014

Risks and risk taking and how they are related to road safety?

24–25 October 2013

Sustainable and safe road design from a human behaviour point of view—challenges for interdisciplinary work in road safety

4–5 April 2013

Alcohol and drugs—effects on traffic safety, not least for pedestrians

8–9 November 2012

Road safety in a globalised and more sustainable world—current issues and future challenges

27–28 October 2011

Traffic safety management—tackling the problems in urban areas and at other hot spots

26–28 May 2011

City traffic and ITS: commitment of authorities, companies and citizens

17–19 November 2010

Walk21: Getting communities back on their feet

22–23 October 2009

Towards and beyond the 2010 road safety targets—identifying the stubborn issues and their solutions

30–31 October 2008

Engineering solutions to improve traffic safety in urban areas—addressing technical, social and behavioural aspects

14–15 April 2008

Intersections—points of communication and points of risk. Innovative intersection design for safety and mobility

25–26 October 2007

Towards future traffic safety—tendencies in traffic safety research based on 20 years of experience

2–3 April 2007

Road user behaviour with a special focus on vulnerable road users—technical, social and psychological aspects

26–27 October 2006

National traffic safety programs—concepts and practice: technical, behavioural and organisational aspects

27–28 October 2005

Transport telematics and safety—technical, social and psychological aspects

21–23 March 2005

Measures to assess risk in traffic as reflected by individual test performance, in attitude measurement and by behaviour and interaction

28–29 October 2004

Cost-effective solution for improving road safety in rural areas—integrating education, enforcement, engineering and electronics

30–31 October 2003

Improving safety by linking research with safety policies and management—models for analysis, implementation of measures and solutions, and evaluation

 

12–13 June 2003

Safe non-motorised traffic planning, evaluation, behavioural, legal & institutional issues

2002

Improving safety by linking research with safety policies and management—models for analysis, implementation of measures and solutions, and evaluation.

 

2002

Intelligent speed adaptation

2001

Road user characteristics with emphasis on lifestyles, quality of life and safety

 

2000

Evaluation, validation, implementation of measures to improve transport safety

 

1999

Speed control—principles, methods, measures

5–6 November 1998

5-7 November 1997

October 1996

East and West

October 1995

Safety of urban transportr with focus on pedestrian problems

26–28 October 1994

Pedestrian problems

October 1993

Safety evaluations of traffic systems—traffic conflicts and other measures

28-30 October 1992

The use of traffic conflict’ technique and related methods for the evaluation of new technologies in road traffic with respect to safety and sustainability

November 1991

What are the main reasons for risk in road traffic from a road-user behaviour and interaction perspective? What should be done?

November 1990

November 1989

Theoretical aspects and examples for practical use of traffic conflicts and of other interactional safety criteria in several industrial and eveloping countries

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