European Commission DG Move together with the Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation organised an important Executive Seminar on “Speed and Speed Management in Road Safety Policy” held online on 8 October 2020, with the active contribution of NTUA Key Road Safety Experts contributed to a Synthesis Paper intended to guide policies in speeding globally pdf5 together with the respective Key Conclusions pdf5 highlighting the need for:

  • high quality communication on the centrality of speed and speed management at all levels of government;
  • more efficient speeding enforcement, including the use of dynamic speed limits;
  • promoting Intelligent Speed Assistance Systems in vehicles (ISA)
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) on speeding to support evidence-based road safety policies;
  • partnerships between all levels of government and with stakeholders and industry in order to make speed a central road safety issue for all