Vias institute is an active member of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNSRC), that brings together many key international actors in the field of road safety. We have contributed to drafting a “Guidelines document” that will help countries all over the…
On March 6th the 1ste Drive2theFuture Workshop will be organised at Vias institute
April 4the the fourth SaferAfrica Dialogue Platform Workshop will be held at Vias institute
ADVERTS, which stands for Assessing Distraction of Vehicle drivers in Europe from Roadside Technology-based Signage, aims to provide a guideline for road authorities on how to minimise distraction from roadside advertising. Vias institute participated in this project.
Yesterday the core group for the ESRA2 project had a meeting in our buildings. 46 countries participated in this survey of road users 'attitudes. The results will be published later this year.
In 2014 Vias institute established an International Scientific Advisory Board (ISAB). ISAB’s main role is to advise the institute on its research strategy in the field of road safety.
Together with the Federal Public Service of Home Affairs we organized Niveau S, a major two-day event in Square Brussels. At the event, innovators, disruptors, professionals, job seekers and investors alike joined hands towards a safe and secure society. For the very…
During the General Assembly of HUMANIST on 14-16 November in Be’er Sheva (Israel), Wouter Van den Berghe was elected as President of the HUMANIST Network for a second term of 3 years. HUMANIST is a network of some 20 research institutes (mainly from Europe) who are…
On November 22nd, the “PedBikePlanner” webtool is officially launched at the Polis Conference in Manchester. Based on the characteristics of a city, the webtool provides tailormade recommendations about how walking and cycling can be stimulated in that particular city…
The 31st ICTCT Conference will be held in Porto, Portugal on 25th-26th October 2018, under the main topic On the track of future urban mobility: safety, human factors and technology.