An event on 25th October will present the final results from each research project under Call 2013 Traffic Management.
Event: End of Programme Event, CEDR Call 2013 Traffic Management
Date: Tuesday 25th October 2016
Location: Dublin, Ireland (venue TBA)
Through Call 2013 Traffic Management, CEDR members have funded research supporting implementation of innovation in traffic management solutions. The programme meets the research needs of European road authorities in three key areas:
- Incident Management: analysis of the risks and costs of handling incidents
- Implementation of innovation: development of usable solutions
- Human factors: investigation of human factors in order to achieve high compliance rates for traffic measures
The projects within this programme are:
Project 1: PRIMA
Enhancing current state-of-the-art Traffic Incident Management (TIM) techniques by introducing the idea of Pro-Active Incident Management with the following essential features: Anticipate, Prepare, Respond, and Monitor.
Project 2: UNIETD
Improving the efficiency of road travel by providing better information to drivers and road operators. The UNIETD project supports that goal by addressing several of the innovations identified in the DoRN within a single coherent project.
Project 3: METHOD
Developing a human factors perspective on traffic management measures in order to get more out of existing measures and future measures taken by the national road administrations in terms of higher throughput and traffic safety.
The event on 25th October will present the final results from each research project under Call 2013 Traffic Management. The aim is to inform key managers and specialists in NRAs about new techniques for getting the most out of their existing road networks and to see how the results of these projects can be coordinated and combined to offer maximum value to road authorities.
For further information, please contact:
- Ronan Cunniffe, CEDR Transnational Research Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org