ETSC Report: Making Walking and Cycling on Europe’s Roads Safer

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has now published it’s 29th PIN Flash Report: Making Walking and Cycling on Europe’s Roads Safer. The report reveals that over the past 12 years 138,400 pedestrians and cyclists were killed in road traffic; while 7,600 people died in road traffic while cycling or walking in the EU in 2013 according to new research: the equivalent of a commercial airliner full of passengers being lost […]

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) an international non-governmental organisation dedicated to the reduction of the number of deaths and injuries in transport in Europe, is seeking a motivated and pro-active full-time, Project Project Officer Officer to join its Brussels office. The full advertisement is available here and applications for the position close on the 17th August  

ETSC publishes 8th Annual PIN Report

The ETSC have now released their 8th Annual Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Report available for download on their website. The report reveals that the UK has been pushed off the top spot by Sweden and that Slovakia has made the greatest reductions in road deaths in 2013.

ETSC publishes PIN Flash Report 27

The European Council for Transport Safety (ETSC) have today published their PIN Flash Report 27: Ranking EU progress on car occupant safety, now available here. The report found that 900 lives could be saved every year in the EU if car manufacturers were required to fit seat-belt reminder sensors to front and rear passenger seats to help prevent deaths from failure to wear belts. The European Commission is currently revising vehicle […]