For the second year in a row, Koninklijke Nederlandse Toeristenbond (ANWB) was awarded the title of Road Patrol Team...
Excessive speed is one of the leading causes of road fatalities. An estimated 40%-50% of people drive over the...
A project that boosts the usage of electric two-, three- and four-wheelers in urban environments
A project that aims to elevate connected mobility pilot to business solutions
The EU model Parking Card and tips for people with disabilities visiting EU and EEA countries.
A campaign to lower vehicle mass weight which can lead in EU’s CO2 reduction goal.
A campaign to reduce the high number of deaths and injuries among cyclists and motorcyclists.
For drivers, pedestrians and cyclists, only a few seconds of distraction can make a difference between life and death, which is why FIA Region...
A project to support public and private stakeholders in the implementation of ITS and C-ITS.
A campaign to urge drivers to respect speed limits and slow down on the road.
A campaign that focuses on consumer choice and effective competition in the automotive aftermarket.
EuroNCAP provides an independent assessment of the safety performance of most popular cars in Europe.
A Brussels-based association that make use of various transports operations through stakeholders.
A campaign to highlight the legal and consumer concerns about connected vehicles.
A project that aims to accelerate automated driving through the Internet of Things.
The Forum for Mobility & Society (FMS) is an arena for debate on mobility issues.
A project to build a ‘Connected Car Open Space’ where innovators can provide solutions.
A campaign that teaches kids the importance of being visible in the dark as cyclists and pedestrians.
A campaign to increase awareness about odometer fraud, also known as ‘invisible’ crime.
A global campaign to assist the UN in saving five million lives on the world’s roads in 10 years.
A project that aims to accelerate the deployment of connected and automated road transport.
A project that tests the viability of automated driving across eleven countries