CEDR activities are organised under a three-year rolling Action Plan aimed at defining the activities to be undertaken by the organisation and plan the resources accordingly. The current version of CEDR’s Action Plan covers the period from 2021 to 2023 and is structured around the following five Focus Areas:
19/05/2021DoRNs for CEDR Call 2021 published!
CEDR has published the Descriptions of Research Needs (DoRNs) for two proposed research programmes within Call 2021: Climate Change Resilience and Remote Condition Monitoring of Physical Road Assets.
11/05/2021CEDR Call 2017 “Collaborative Planning” publishes Final Programme Report
CEDR Contractor Report 2021-02 is the final programme report for CEDR Transnational Road Research Programme Call 2017: Collaborative Planning of Infrastructure Networks and Spatial Development.
31/03/2021The Final Conference of CEDR Call 2017 Collaborative Planning held
The Final Conference of CEDR Call 2017 Collaborative Planning of Infrastructure Networks and Spatial Development was held online on 12 February 2021.
26/03/2021CEDR CR2021-01 Call 2017 Automation Final Programme Report
CEDR Contractor Report 2021-01 is the final programme report for CEDR Transnational Road Research Programme Call 2017: Automation.
CEDR Technical Report 2021-01 is an output from CEDR’s Working Group Procurement and Finance drafted by technical experts from Belgium (Flanders), Denmark, Germany, Malta, Netherlands, Poland and Sweden.
The report presents the results of a comparable analysis of procurement of maintenance in CEDR member organisations. The aim of the report is to give insight into the different decisions NRAs have to make while procuring maintenance and to also present relevant best practices to all CEDR members.
TEN-T (Roads) Performance GIS web map
WG 3.5 Performance of Road Network has developed a GIS web map to support the visualisation of collected data and to give higher visibility to CEDR’s valuable ‘TEN-T (Roads) Performance Report’.