NTUA within the framework of the Seventh UN Global Road Safety Week  organised with great success a Scientific Workshop titled “Road Safety Research Challenges” which was held in Athens (and online) on May 19th, 2023. The objective of this Workshop was to highlight through an intensive flow of presentations the main findings and challenges of key road safety research projects carried out within the NTUA Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering. pdf5 

Workshop presentations:

    1. ppt5 NTUA Road Safety Observatory – nrso
    2. ppt5 National Road Safety Strategy – Greece 2030 – nrss
    3. ppt5 Shared Automation Operating Models for Worldwide Adoption – Show
    4. ppt5 Holistic Approach for Driver Role Integration into Automation – Hadrian
    5. ppt5 Driver needs and behaviour in automated traffic – Drive2theFuture
    6. ppt5 Driver-vehicle-environment interactions and safety tolerance zone – i-Dreams
    7. ppt5 Smart city mapping for safer and eco driver behaviour – SmartMaps
    8. ppt5 Smartphone applications for driver safety behaviour support – BeSmart
    9. ppt5 Predictive Approaches for Safer Urban Environments – Phoebe
    10. ppt5 AI for Vision Zero in Road Safety – Ivory
    11. ppt5 E-Survey of Road users’ Attitudes – ESRA3
    12. ppt5 Support to the European Road Safety Observatory – ERSOnext
    13. ppt5 Support of technical activities for the development and collection of Road Safety KPIs – Trendline
    14. ppt5 National Access Point Coordination Organisation for Europe – Napcore
    15. ppt5 A Methodology for Network-wide Road Assessment – NetSafety
    16. ppt5 Modelling road infrastructure safety – i-SafeModels
    17. ppt5 Global Road Safety Knowledge Exchange – Piarc
    18. ppt5 Micromobility Safety: Back to the Future – Mimob
    19. ppt5 Unsafe traffic events – Ute
    20. ppt5 Promoting 30km/h speed limit in all Cities – 30 Marathons in 30 months