Forum for National Committees
Spolight on young professionals
- Economic assessment of road safety: usefulness and challenges - Wim Wijnen, Jesús Leal, Michael Griffith
- Human factors for safer road infrastructure - Dr. Sibylle Birth
- Preventing serious crashes arising from driver distraction and fatigue - Brendan Marsh (Australia), Pierre Anelli (France), Uroš Brumec (Slovenia), Lise Fournier (Canada-Québec), Keith Cota (United-States), Bernhard Lautner (Austria)
- Highway safety enhancement project in China - Tang Chengcheng, Zhang Jianjun, Hu Han
- Improvement of road safety management and conditions in Republika Srpska - Ms Nataša Kostić, Prof. Lipovac, Milija Radović, Hans-Joachim Vollpracht
- Niger's road safety challenges - Ali Yero Amadou
- Pedestrian safety: the R300 freeway road safety improvement project, Cape Town, South Africa - Randall Cable
- Approach to highway safety improvements in the State of New Hampshire - Keith A. Cota, Michelle Marshall
- Road tunnel safety: HGV driver training in France - Marc Tesson, Bertrand Perrin
- A comprehensive approach for road safety exemplified by the State of Brandebourg 1991-2012 - Steffen Wenk, Hans-Joachim Vollpracht
Improvement of Road Safety Management and Conditions in Republika Srpska
Bosnia and Herzegovina's governance structure comprises two entities, each with a high degree of autonomy: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska.
Republika Srpska's accident rate in 2011 of 11.4 fatalities per 100,000 inhabitants was more than twice the rate of most Central Europe countries. The government is committed to halving the number of fatalities and the associated socio economical costs of 90 million €/annum by 2022.