First-ever Global Benchmarking for Urban Road Safety presented at ITF-Polis Joint Workshop in London
The International Transport Forum collected mobility and road safety data from 31 cities, the majority of which in Europe, 10 in the Americas and 2 in Oceania. A network of road safety experts was developed in parallel to support data collection and to exchange experiences with road safety analysis and policy making. Members of this network met in Paris on 20-21 April 2017, in Brussels on 7-8 December 2017, in two meetings held in cooperation with the Polis Working Group on Road Safety, and in Rome on 11-12 April 2018. Together, the global city-level road safety database and the network of road safety experts make up the Safer City Streets initiative.
The Global Benchmarking for Urban Road Safety is accessible here.
The Joint ITF-Polis Workshop "From Safety Data to Safer City Streets" is taking place back-to-back with the 2018 Polis Conference in Manchester.