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33 Berlin—Germany

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33rd ICTCT conference
will be held in Berlin, Germany on 22-23 October 2020. The conference topic is ‘Paving the way to safer active urban mobility—challenges and opportunities’.

32 Warsaw—Poland

The materials of 32nd ICTCT conference held in Warsaw, Poland, on 24-25 October 2019, are now available. The conference topic was ‘Vision zero for traffic fatalities and serious injuries—research questions and challenges’.

31 Porto—Portugal

The materials of 31st ICTCT conference held in Porto, Portugal, on 25–26 October 2018, are now available. The conference topic was ‘On the track of future urban mobility—safety, human factors and technology’.

30 Olomouc—Czech Republic

Traffic safety and the city—how to enhance traffic safety and liveability in urban areas? 26–27 October 2017 Olomouc, Czech Republic Local organizer: Matus Sucha The conference was held in close co-operation

29 Lund—Sweden

How to assess traffic safety?—Adapting methods to future challenges 20–21 October 2016 Lund, Sweden Local organizer: Åse Svensson, Aliaksei Laureshyn The conference was organized in close co-operation with the Department of

28 Ashdod—Israel

How to assess safety problems, especially those of vulnerable road users 29–30 October 2015 Ashdod, Israel Local organizer: Wafa Elias The conference was held in close co-operation with Shamoon College

27 Karlsruhe—Germany

Empirical data collection in the field—from hard core traffic conflicts till qualitative data collection 16–17 October 2014 Karlsruhe, Germany Local organizer: Christoph Hupfer, Robert Blaszczyk The conference was held in close

26 Maribor—Slovenia

Sustainable and safe road design from a human behaviour point of view—challenges for interdisciplinary work in road safety 23–25 October 2013 Maribor, Slovenia Local organizer: Matjaž Šraml The conference was held

25 Hasselt—Belgium

Road safety in a globalised and more sustainable world—current issues and future challenges 8–9 November 2012 Hasselt, Belgium Local organizer: Stijn Daniels The conference was held in close co-operation with

24 Warsaw—Poland

Traffic safety management—tackling the problems in urban areas and at other hot spots 27–28 October 2011 Warsaw, Poland Local organizer: Ilona Butler The conference was organized in close co-operation with Motor

23 Hague—Netherlands

Getting communities back on their feet 17–19 November 2010 Hague, Netherlands Local organizer: Rob Methorst Programme Are sustainable neighbourhoods ‘walkable’ neighbourhoods? Full paper Anna Faure The design of the walking environment

22 Leeds-United Kingdom

Towards and beyond the 2010 road safety targets—identifying the stubborn issues and their solutions 22–23 October 2009 Leeds, United Kingdom Local organizer: Samantha Jamson The conference was organized in close co-operation

21 Riga—Latvia

Engineering solutions to improve traffic safety in urban areas—addressing technical, social and behavioural aspects 30–31 October 2008 Riga, Latvia Local organizer: Juris Smirnovs The conference was organized in close co-operation with

20 Valencia—Spain

Towards future traffic safety—tendencies in traffic safety research based on 20 years of experience 25–26 October 2007 Valencia, Spain Local organizer: Hector Monterde i Bort The conference was organized in close

19 Minsk—Belarus

National traffic safety programs: concepts and practice–technical, behavioural and organisational aspects 26-27 October 2006 Minsk, Belarus Local organizers: Yuri Vazhnik, Aliaksei Laureshyn The workshop was held in close co-operation with

18 Helsinki—Finland

Transport selematics and safety—technical, social and psychological aspects 27–28 October 2005 Helsinki, Finland Local organizer: Risto Kulmala, Kirsi Pajunen The conference was organized in close co-operation with the Technical Research

17 Tartu—Estonia

Cost-effective solution for improving road safety in rural areas—integrating education, enforcement, engineering and electronics 28–29 October 2004 Tartu, Estonia Local organizer: Dago Antov, Tiia Rõivas The conference was organized in

16 Amersfoort—Netherlands

Improving safety by linking research with safety policies and management— models for analysis, implementation of measures and solutions, and evaluation 30–31 October 2003 Soesterberg, the Netherlands Local organizer: Richard van

15 Brno—Czech Republic

Speed management strategies and implementation planning, evaluation, behavioural, legal & institutional issues 23–25 October 2002 Brno, Czech Republic Local organizer: Karel Schmeidler The conference was organized in close co-operation with CDV—Transport

14 Caserta—Italy

Road user characteristics with emphasis on lifestyles, quality of life and safety 2001 Caserta, Italy Local organizer: Zuzana Simonova, prof. Pierangelo Sardi The conference was organized in close co-operation with La

13 Corfu—Greece

Evaluation, validation, implementation of measures to improve transport safety 2000 Corfu, Greece Local organizer: Panos Papaioannou Programme Traffic safety measures Developing a systematic framework for proactive road safety planning Full

12 Kaiserslautern—Germany

Speed control—principles, methods, measures 1999 Kaiserslautern, Germany Local organizer: Christoph Hupfer Programme Speed—management, measuring, measures Road User Behaviour Studies – an effective tool for evaluation of traffic safety measures Full paper

11 Budapest—Hungary

SAVE THE DATE:
33rd ICTCT conference
will be held in Berlin, Germany on 22-23 October 2020. The conference topic is ‘Paving the way to safer active urban mobility—challenges and opportunities’.

10 Lund—Sweden

5–7 November 1997 Lund, Sweden Local organizer: Åse Svensson, Christer Hydén The conference was organized in close co-operation with the Deptartment of Traffic Planning and Engineering, Lund University. Programme Proceedings Group

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