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Call 2013 Roads and Wildlife: Publication of Manual and End of Programme Report

Road administrations are increasingly aware of the need to minimise the impacts of roads and traffic on wildlife. Under Call 2013 Roads and Wildlife, CEDR has published two Contractor Reports providing insight into effective and cost-effective measures for achieving this.

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TR2018-01 Winter Maintenance Workshop Report
July 10, 2018
TR2018-01 Winter Maintenance Workshop Report
6.8 MiB

Report of workshop on Users’ needs at the heart of winter service. The workshop was organised between CEDR and PIARC during the February 2018 Winter Road Congress in Gdansk.

CEDR2013/09 Forgiving Roadsides Turkish Translation
June 29, 2018
CEDR2013/09 Forgiving Roadsides Turkish Translation
11.5 MiB

Bu affeden yol kenarları kılavuzu, yol kenarlarını affedici yapmak için örnek uygulama iyileştirmeleri derlenmiş ve uyumlulaştırılmıştır. CEDR Yol Güvenliği Teknik Ekibi, yol güvenliği üzerine çalışan tüm uygulayıcılara bu kılavuzu tavsiye etmektedir.
This Forgiving roadsides design guide is a harmonised collection of best practice treatments to make roadsides forgiving.

NRA CAD Strategy 2018 discussion paper V2
June 8, 2018
NRA CAD Strategy 2018 discussion paper V2
0.8 MiB

This preliminary discussion paper was released by CEDR to encourage debate with key stakeholders. It explores the likely impact of Connected and Automated Driving (CAD) on road authorities. It explains the major disruptive changes that will significantly alter the fulfilment of roles and responsibilities of National Road Authorities in the near future, highlighting the need of international cooperation.

CR 2018-3 Call 2013 Roads And Wildlife Manual
June 1, 2018
CR 2018-3 Call 2013 Roads And Wildlife Manual
4.5 MiB

CEDR commissioned the ECOROAD project to produce this Roads and Wildlife Manual which complements the work of COST 341 and integrates the “Harmony”, “SAFEROAD” and “SafeBatPaths” projects together with further input from European road ecology experts. The aim is to update COST 341 to reflect changes such as those in European Union legislation and policy. The manual also identifies best practice in areas such as procurement, maintenance and monitoring.

About CEDR

CEDR is the Road Directors’ platform for cooperation and promotion of improvements to the road system and its infrastructure, as an integral part of a sustainable transport system in Europe. Its members represent their respective national road authorities or equivalents and provide support and advice on decisions concerning the road transport system that are taken at national or international level.

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The leader of the National Road Administration or equivalent body of any European country may become a member of CEDR.

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