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Call for tenders – TEN-T (Roads) Performance indicators report

Under the responsibility of WG Performance Indicators, CEDR is launching a call for tenders for support to develop the 2017 TEN-T (road) performance indicators report.

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TR2017-04 Funding formulas for roads
April 20, 2017
TR2017-04 Funding formulas for roads
3.0 MiB

This report includes a complete catalogue of the different funding formulas currently available for roads and an assessment on which ones are more suitable regarding certain criteria defined in the document.

TR2017-05 Utilising BIM for NRAs
April 12, 2017
TR2017-05 Utilising BIM for NRAs
2.9 MiB

The purpose of this report is to inform NRAs about the results of the CEDR Task group on Building Information Modelling (BIM). This has the goal to enhance the possibilities of the client in handling data and improving the quality of data using open BIM standards in the lifecycle of assets.

Road Safety Position Paper 2017
March 27, 2017
Road Safety Position Paper 2017
432.7 KiB

This Position Paper has been prepared to inform National Ministries of the views of CEDR members in the revision of two Directives directly related to road infrastructure safety and share CEDR’s Action Plan activities for improving road safety performance on Europe’s roads. Downloads are password protected.

Contractor Report 2017-01
February 23, 2017
Contractor Report 2017-01
2.5 MiB

Contractor Report 2017-1 offers guidance and advice to road organisations for establishing a formal Asset Management System that will help organisations to obtain value from their assets. It represents the primary output of the ARISE research project, which was funded under CEDR Call 2014 Asset Management and Maintenance.

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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