ICTCT

"Don't wait for accidents to happen"

Past events

31 Porto – Portugal

25–26th October 2018

 

“On the track of future urban mobility: safety, human factors and technology”


XI (extra) Vancouver – Canada

8–9th March 2018

 

“Improving the safety of vulnerable road users: challenges and opportunities”


30 Olomouc – Czech Republic

26–27th October 2017

 

“Traffic safety and the City – How to enhance traffic safety and liveability in urban areas?”


29 Lund – Sweden

20–21st October 2016

 

“How to assess traffic safety? – Adapting methods to future challenges “


X (extra) Beijing – China

26–27th April 2016

 

“Cycling and planning for cyclists”


28 Ashdod – Israel

29–30th October 2015

 

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


27 Karlsruhe – Germany

16–17th October 2014

 

“Empirical data collection in the field – from hard core traffic conflicts till qualitative data collection”


IX (extra) Ribeirão Preto – Brazil

24-25th April 2014

 

“Risks and risk taking and how they are related to road Safety?”


26 Maribor – Slovenia

24-25th October 2013

 

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


25 Hasselt – Belgium

8-9th November 2012

 

“Road safety in a globalised and more sustainable world – current issues and future challenges”


VIII (extra) Stellenbosch – South Africa

2012

 

“Alcohol and drugs – effects on traffic safety, not least for pedestrians”


24 Warsaw – Poland

2011

 

 


VII (extra) Tokyo-Chiba – Japan

2011

 

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


23 Hague – Netherlands

2010

 

 


22 Leeds – United Kingdom

2009

 

“Towards and beyond the 2010 road safety targets – identifying the stubborn issues and their solutions”


21 Riga – Latvia

2008

 

 


VI (extra) Melbourne – Australia

2008

 

 


20 Valencia – Spain

2007

 

 


V (extra) Beijing – China

2007

 

 


V (extra) Pretoria – South Africa (cancelled)

2007

 

 


19 Minsk – Belarus

26-27th October 2006

 

“National traffic safety programs: concepts and practice – technical, behavioural and organisational aspects”


18 Helsinki – Finland

2005

 

“Transport telematics and safety – technical, social and psychological aspects”


IV (extra) Campo Grande – Brazil

2005

 

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


17 Tartu – Estonia

2004

 

“Cost-effective solution for improving road safety in rural areas – integrating the 4 Es: education, enforcement, engineering and electronics”


16 Amersfoort/Soesterberg – Netherlands

2003

 

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


III (extra) Vancouver – Canada

2003

 

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


15 Brno – Czech Republic

2002

 

“Speed management strategies and implementation – planning, evaluation, behavioural, legal & institutional issues”


II (extra) Nagoya – Japan

2002

 

“Intelligent speed adaptation”


14 Caserta – Italy

2001

 

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


13 Corfu – Greece

2000

 

“Evaluation, validation, implementation of measures to improve transport safety”


I (extra) New Delhi – India

2000

 

 


12 Kaiserslautern – Germany

1999

 

“Speed Control – principles, methods, measures”


11 Budapest – Hungary

1998

 

 


10 Lund – Sweden

1997

 

 


9 Zagreb – Croatia

1996

 

 


8 Paris – France

1995

 

 


7 Prague – Czech Republic

26-27th October 1994

 

 


6 Salzburg – Austria

1993

 

 


5 Helsinki/Tallinn – Finland/Estonia

1992

 

 


4 Vienna – Austria

November 1991

 

 


3 Krakow – Poland

1990

 

 


2 Münich – Germany

1989

 

 


1 Vienna – Austria

1988