An important conference dealing with the next steps towards zero is held the 7th of December. The pandemic has led to unprecedented changes in our societies, which also has had an impact on road safety and modal choice.
|Lars Ekman, Swedish Transport
|Brave steps needed for the implementation of
Vision Zero in the EU
|Kristian Schmidt, DG MOVE,
|Road safety as a natural part of sustainability
|Maria Krafft, Swedish Transport
|Changing human behaviour
|Sonja Forward, The Swedish
National Road and Transport
Research Institute (VTI)
|Centring equity and social justice in Vision Zero
|Henok Girma Abebe, KTH Royal
Institute of Technology
|Road safety - a political commitment
|Jonathon Passmore, World
Health Organization (WHO)
|Tools to speed up the implementation
|Ellen Townsend, European
Transport Safety Council (ETSC)
|Challenges and activities related to pedestrian protection on roads in Poland
|Kazimierz Jamroz and Tomasz Mackun, Gdansk university
|Road safety from a company perspective
|Elisabeth Fauvelle Munck af
|Vision Zero in Lithuania
|Vidas Žuraulis, VILNIUS TECH
|Introduction to round-table discussions: Changes we did not think were possible
|Round-table discussion with representatives
from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and
What are the biggest challenges to reach zero
fatalities in your country?
|Moderator: Lars Ekman
Date and time: 7 December 2022 at 10.00–15.00
Location:The conference will be held on the Zoom platform.
How to register: Register at the link down below. The conference is free of charge.
Link to access the conference will be sent to all registered participants closer to the event.
Contact persons: Eva Björk and Rudy Gabrielsson