Past conferences

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XII (extra) Accra—Ghana

ACCRA CONFERENCE CANCELLED

The Steering Committee has decided to cancel the XII (extra) conference in Accra, Ghana, as a result of the increasing travelling restrictions due to COVID-19 epidemy.

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32 Warsaw—Poland

24-25 October 2019
Vision zero for traffic fatalities and serious injuries—research questions and challenges

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31 Porto—Portugal

25–26 October 2018
On the track of future urban mobility—safety, human factors and technology

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30 Olomouc—Czech Republic

26–27 October 2017
Traffic safety and the city—how to enhance traffic safety and liveability in urban areas?

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29 Lund—Sweden

20–21 October 2016
How to assess traffic safety?—Adapting methods to future challenges

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28 Ashdod—Israel

29–30 October 2015
How to assess safety problems, especially those of vulnerable road users

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27 Karlsruhe—Germany

16–17 October 2014
Empirical data collection in the field—from hard core traffic conflicts till qualitative data collection

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26 Maribor—Slovenia

23–25 October 2013
Sustainable and safe road design from a human behaviour point of view—challenges for interdisciplinary work in road safety

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25 Hasselt—Belgium

8–9 November 2012
Road safety in a globalised and more sustainable world—current issues and future challenges

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24 Warsaw—Poland

27–28 October 2011
Traffic safety management—tackling the problems in urban areas and at other hot spots

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22 Leeds-United Kingdom

22–23 October 2009
Towards and beyond the 2010 road safety targets—identifying the stubborn issues and their solutions

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21 Riga—Latvia

30–31 October 2008
Engineering solutions to improve traffic safety in urban areas—addressing technical, social and behavioural aspects

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20 Valencia—Spain

25–26 October 2007
Towards future traffic safety—tendencies in traffic safety research based on 20 years of experience

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V (extra) Beijing—China

2–3 April 2007
Road user behaviour with a special focus on vulnerable road users—technical, social and psychological aspects

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19 Minsk—Belarus

26-27 October 2006
National traffic safety programs: concepts and practice—technical, behavioural and organisational aspects

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18 Helsinki—Finland

27–28 October 2005
Transport selematics and safety—technical, social and psychological aspects

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IV (extra) Campo Grande—Brazil

21–23 March 2005
Measures to assess risk in traffic as reflected by individual test performance, in attitude measurement and by behaviour and interaction

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17 Tartu—Estonia

28–29 October 2004
Cost-effective solution for improving road safety in rural areas—integrating education, enforcement, engineering and electronics

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16 Amersfoort—Netherlands

30–31 October 2003
Improving safety by linking research with safety policies and management— models for analysis, implementation of measures and solutions, and evaluation

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14 Caserta—Italy

2001
Road user characteristics with emphasis on lifestyles, quality of life and safety

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13 Corfu—Greece

2000
Evaluation, validation and implementation of measures to improve transport safety

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08 Paris—France

October 1995
Safety of urban transport with focus on pedestrian problem

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06 Salzburg—Austria

October 1993
Safety evaluations of traffic systems—traffic conflicts and other measures

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05 Tallinn—Estonia

October 1992
The use of traffic conflicts’ technique and related methods for the evaluation of new technologies in road traffic with respect to safety and sustainability

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04 Vienna—Austria

November 1991
What are the main reasons for risk in road traffic from a road-user behaviour and interaction perspective? What should be done?

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02 Munich—Germany

November 1989
Theoretical aspects and examples for practical use of traffic conflicts and of other interactional safety criteria in several industrial and developing countries

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