27 Jun 2018

When

from 27 June 2018 12:15
to 27 June 2018 14:45

Location

Brussels, Belgium
European Parliament, Salon Members’ Restaurant

Road Safety Lunch Debate @ European Parliament

ETSC, Transport & Environment and VdTÜV are holding a lunch debate on "Fitting Safety as Standard" hosted by Dieter-Lebrecht Koch MEP at the European Parliament on 27 June 2018.
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Discussions will be all about the European Commission’s proposals published on 17 May for the revision of two critical regulations for road safety: the General Safety (661/2009/EC) and Pedestrian Safety (79/2009/EC) Regulations.

This revision is expected to include a set of new vehicle safety measures, including mandatory installation of new driver assistance technologies, such as Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA), Automated Emergency Braking (AEB) and Alcohol Interlocks, as well as revised minimum crash testing standards and measures to protect pedestrians and cyclists.

These regulations represent the most direct and effective measures the EU has to further reduce road deaths and injuries. 25,300 people died on EU roads in 2017 – a figure that has hardly budged in four years. A further 135,000 people are seriously injured each year.

Speakers will include:

    • Dieter-Lebrecht Koch MEP (video message)
    • Mehdi Hocine, Elitza Stoyanova, European Commission, Automotive Unit, DG GROW
    • Walter Nissler, Chief of Vehicle Regulation and Transport Innovations Section, UNECE
    • Don DeVol, Director Road Safety, TÜV Thüringen
    • Graziella Jost, ETSC Programme Director
    • Samuel Kenny, Freight Transport Officer, Transport&Environment

This invitation-only event is kindly hosted by Dieter-Lebrecht Koch MEP.

For more information download the full agenda or contact Graziella Jost from European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) at graziella.jost[at]etsc.eu.

Contact

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