ESRA (E-Survey of Road Users’ Attitudes) is a joint international initiative of research centres and road safety institutes across the world, initiated and coordinated by Vias institute in Brussels and in cooperation with a core group of partners from 11 countries. The purpose of this network is to collect comparable data on the road safety situation and culture indicated by the road users’ past and habitual behaviours, attitudes, beliefs, perceived norms and values. The data collected by means of online surveys lead to a large set of road safety indicators and provide scientific evidence for policy making at national and international level. In its first stage (ESRA1) the project has surveyed road users in 38 countries on 5 continents. In its current stage (ESRA2), 48 countries took part. New countries are welcome to join! Contact us if you are interested. 

ESRA2 Webinar Series: Measuring Global Traffic Safety Cultures to Support Effective Road Safety Policy Development

Enforcement and traffic violations - Seat belt & Child restraint systems - Senior road users - Support for policy measures - Pedestrians - Cyclists - Moped drivers and Motorcyclists -
Gender Issues -  Young road users - Subjective safety and risk perception - Vehicle automation

September 2020 - February 2021
Register now!

ESRA2 is offering free one-hour webinars in advance of the 2021 international conference (tentatively scheduled for March 2021). These webinars are hosted by the ESRA partners across the world who are organizing and analyzing the E-Survey of Road Users’ Attitudes.

Webinar focus: New results from the ESRA2 data, collected at the end of 2019, will be highlighted throughout six one-hour webinars scheduled between September 2020 and February 2021. Two topic areas per webinar will be presented and focus on measuring traffic safety culture using global road safety performance indicators. 

Available spots are limited! Click on topics below to register now for al webinars.

Webinar schedule, topics and presenters:

 1st Webinar - September 23, 2020 
Enforcement and traffic violations (SWOV – Charles Goldenbeld)
Seat belt & Child restraint systems (IATSS – Hideki Nakamura)

Recording Webinar 1 - Enforcement and traffic violations /Seat belt & Child restraint systems 

2nd Webinar - October 21, 2020
Senior road users (TIRF - Dan Mayhew)
Support for policy measures (VIAS – Wouter Van den Berghe)

Recording Webinar 2 - Senior road users/Support for policy measures

3rd Webinar - November 18, 2020
Pedestrians (ITS - Ilona Buttler and Dagmara Jankowska-Karpa)
Cyclists (Bfu – Yvonne Achermann)

Recording Webinar 3 - Pedestrians/Cyclists

4th Webinar - December 16, 2020
Moped drivers and Motorcyclists (NTUA – George Yannis)
Gender Issues (EIFFEL – Marie-Axelle Granié)

5th Webinar - January 13, 2021
Young road users (KfV – Gerald Furian)
Subjective safety and risk perception (KfV – Susanne Kaiser)

6th Webinar - February 17, 2021
Vehicle automation (TIRF - Heather Woods-Fry)
Bonus presentation – TBA (VIAS - Katrien Torfs/Uta Meesmann)

Registration for webinars #2 - #6 will be available soon. All webinars are at 3 PM – 4PM Central European Time.

Benefits of participation include:

  • Access FREE one-hour webinars on critical road safety issues from across the globe
  • Ask questions to speakers/presenters.
  • Access to recorded webinars.
  • Introduction to the latest ESRA2 thematic reports in advance of the 2021 conference.

Follow #ESRA2webinars on social media for updates.

ESRA2 world map:

Find all published results here. More results and reports will be published continuously.

×

      Vias institute wants to use cookies on its website in order to improve (functional cookies) and analyze (analytical cookies) your browsing experience. By clicking on ‘I accept’ you accept the use of these cookies for these purposes. However, you can adjust your cookie preferences via the "Set your preferences" button. We also use cookies which are necessary for the website to function and which you cannot refuse. You can find more information about our cookies in our privacy policy.

          You can find more information about our cookies in our privacy policy.

          These cookies are required for the website to work and cannot be disabled.
          These cookies increase the user-friendliness of a website by remembering your choices (e.g. language preferences, region, login).
          These cookies collect data about the performance of a website such as the number of visitors or the time visitors spend on a web page.

          These cookies can be set by advertisers on our website. They may be used by those companies to profile your interests and show you relevant ads on this website or other websites. They do not directly store personal information, but they are based on unique identifiers of your browser and Internet device. If you do not allow these cookies, you will see fewer ads targeted at you.