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The RIDERSCAN project is launching the 3rd and last survey targeting European motorcyclists. Focusing on new technologies and powered two wheelers, the survey will feed the RIDERSCAN report on Traffic Management, providing a unique opportunity to European riders to express their views on coming intelligent transport technologies.
Wherever you'll be partying for New Year, make sure to come back home in one piece... For your friends, for your family, for You... European youngsters, through the national EYFRS youth delegates, gathered their partying videos during the European Youth Forum for Road Safety 2013, held in Crotone (Italy) last November, as a message to convey to all their peers, but also in order to show how easy it is to create video awareness messages through the Internet, just by working together, as well as how strong the united EYFRS-Network has grown. This simple youth message of affection to take care of yourself and of your friends, to understand the risks you might be taking... Have fun, but be responsible! Just stay alive for 2014... And Happy New Year to all youngsters on earth !!!
Over in South-Eastern Europe, the first Bulgarian Road Safety Forum with international participation was held on December 4, 2013 in "Serdika" hall of the Sheraton Sofia Hotel Balkan.
After a year and a half of constant awareness-raising activities and permanent networking to create a concrete road safety youth community, the EYFRS Youth Taskforce has finally set a date for the establishment of a 5th Edition of the Forum that will exceptionally be held South Italy, hosted by the Province of Crotone, coordinated by Responsible Young Drivers, and supported by the European Commission (DG MOVE). The two-days conference are foreseen to take place on the 28th & 29th of November 2013, with a Pre-Forum organized by the Province of Crotone on the 27th. Its main objective is to transform this existing ongoing youth forum network into a referenced youth community acting as a recognized entity.
Dear Youth Delegates, Colleagues, Friends and Followers, The 5th edition of the EYFRS is slightly changing dates, but for a better impact! As you can imagine, this very Forum requires lots of preparation and involvement from the Youth Taskforce Team, composed by former Youth Delegates, assuming all extra tasks to make this venue as relevant and useful as possible.
Takes place in Athens (Greece)Within the framework of the next Forum 2013, the Greek NGO RSI Panos Mylonas, with the help of several Youth Delegates from the EYFRS, set up a huge Flash-Mob on Syntagma Square in Athens, in front of the Greek Parliament, on Friday 10th of May, to show that youth is on the move and want to change things. Take a look,it’s awesome!
After a year and a half of constant implementation and permanent networking, the EYFRS 2013 has finally determined a date and will be exceptionally held in Italy, hosted by the Province of Crotone, coordinated by Responsible Young Drivers, and supported by the European Commission (DG MOVE). The Forum will as usual welcome 2 Youth Delegates per EU Member State (selected on the basis of their active involvement in road safety) to debate on the current road safety matters involving youngsters all across Europe, and hence come up with concrete solutions.
European Week of Courtesy on the Road – French Poster
The European Day of Courtesy on the Road (EDCR) is an original awareness campaign that aims at improving, in a lasting way, the behaviour of all road users throughout Europe.
Today is my 25th Birthday
Each day, nearly 3,500 people die on the roads. Tens of thousands more are injured. Families are broken apart. The futures of young people are dashed. Road accidents have become the leading cause of death for people aged 15 to 29.
The European Night Without Accident is an awareness campaign organised each year in nightclubs all over Europe on the 3rd Saturday of October. The action takes place in two phases.
The aims of the conference are to: increase young people's awareness of road safety issues; give participants the opportunity to exchange views and propose practical steps – at national and regional level – to make young people safer on the road; promote EU road safety policies for young people; and share best practices with the EU's neighbouring regions.
European Mobility Week – Come and join us…
The European Mobility Week is the most widespread campaign on sustainable mobility in the world. It takes place every year from 16 to 22 September. The aim of the campaign is to encourage European local authorities to introduce and promote sustainable transport measures and to invite their citizens to try out alternatives to car use.