More than 50 experts from cities around the world met in Paris, France, on April 20-21 for the first workshop of International Transport Forum’s “Safer City Streets”, the global traffic safety network for liveable cities created by the ITF with support from the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) in October 2016. Just over six months after its launch, Safer City Streets counts 38 participating cities around the world. The first meeting provided the opportunity to exchange knowledge on road safety policies and learn from other cities’ experiences.
A joint workshop session with POLIS, the European network of cities and regions for sustainable transport, further explored the issue of risk exposure data and addressed collaboration with hospitals to improve knowledge of crashes.
NTUA’s presentation concerned: