R2R CAMP, Brussels (BE), 29/09/2008-03/10/2008

Ponedjeljak, 13. listopad 2008.
During the last week one of our employees and Ph D student on Faculty of Transport Sciences, has attended so called R2R (Roads to Respect) Camp in Brussels with other students from Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.
The "Roads to Respect" (R2R) project focuses on treating high risk infrastructure sites as this is the area of road safety work where the most substantial and sustainable casualty reductions can be achieved in relatively short time and at relatively low cost.
At the Camp selected candidates from each country received road safety training during a five-day course. The aim of this Camp is to build basic road safety knowledge amongst the participating students. The students also received training from professional campaigners, road safety experts and journalists in running a road safety campaign.
Each candidate presents his "black spot" and measures for treatment of it and after returning to their countries, they will try to campaign to get the site treated.






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ETSC2008 selected candidates in European parliament




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Antonio Avenoso (ETSC), Steve Phillips (FEHRL)

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ETSC2008 selected candidates in Toyota



 
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Brussels rush hour

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Parking garage in centre of Brussels