Safe cycling routes - Road safety indicators for cycling routes The SWOV report Safe cycling routes contains seven indicators for safe cycling infrastructure at the route level. These indicators can help road authorities to make existing cycling routes safer, identify safe routes to make more attractive and construct new cycling routes more safely.
Devil in the details: Systematic review of TOR signals in automated driving with a generic classification framework
Blinded windows and empty driver seats: The effects of automated vehicle characteristics on cyclists’ decision-making SWOV researcher Vlakveld coauthored the article 'Blinded windows and empty driver seats: The effects of automated vehicle characteristics on cyclists’ decision-making' in 'IET Intelligent Transport Systems'.
VIRTUAL project continues in OVTO The EU project VIRTUAL was concluded during the General Assembly on September 16 in Porto, Portugal.
Horizon Europe project ‘V4Safety’ started On the 1st of October 2022 the V4SAFETY project (Vehicles and VRU Virtual eValuation of Road Safety) has started.
An inspiring FERSI conference On 6 and 7 October the FERSI conference took place in The Hague, the Netherlands.
Participate in research: Meal delivery riders or fast grocery delivery riders (‘flitsbezorgers’) on an electric bike SWOV is interested in the experiences of delivery riders using an electric bike in daily traffic. We are currently searching for respondents for our online survey.
ETSC-report: 6,000 children have died in European traffic during last decade According to the ETSC report “Reducing child deaths on European roads”, 6,000 children have died in European traffic between 2011 and 2020.
Exploring the usage of supervised driving automation in naturalistic conditions SWOV researchers Christoph and Van Nes coauthored the article 'Exploring the usage of supervised driving automation in naturalistic conditions' in the magazine Transportation Research.
Roadpol Road Safety Days: 'Don't leave road safety completely to road users' This year’s Road Safety Days of ROADPOL take place from 16 to 22 September together with the European Commission's European Mobility Week: a campaign by the European (traffic) police forces to draw attention to road safety.