Mobility and transport
- Roads The EU is aiming to facilitate the flow of goods and people between EU countries by linking the national road networks. It will eventually be responsible for the safety audits of the new network.
- Road Tunnels EU minimum safety requirements for tunnels ensure that they are adequate for the volume of traffic and have emergency exits to prevent them from becoming death traps in an accident.
- Related topics Accidents at level crossings deserve a specific attention. Although they account for a limited proportion of road accidents (up to 2% of the road fatalities), they account for some 30% of fatalities from the railways perspective.
- Stakeholder conference (June 2014) - conclusions
- New directives for safer roads in the EU
- Law on tunnel safety
- EURORAP II
- EURO SAFETY ATLAS
- European forum of road tunnel safety officers (Lyon, 4-5/11/2009)
- European Railway Agency (ERA)
- Union Internationale des Chemins de Fer (UIC)
- Community of European Railways (CER)
- National guidelines
- EU directive 2004/54 – safety requirements for tunnels in the trans-European road network
- EU directive 2008/96 – road infrastructure safety management
- EU directive 2002/22 – universal service (electronic communications networks)
- EU recommendation (2003) – location-enhanced emergency call services
- EU decision 93/704 – EU database on road accidents
- EU directive 80/181 – national units of measurement
- EU directive 2009/3 – UK/Ireland use of 'miles'