Stakeholder's contribution. Deliverable 1.3 of the EC FP7 Project DaCoTA
reportposted on 15.04.2014 by Klaus Machata, Robert Bauer, Heikki Jahi, Jo Barnes, Rachel Talbot, Pete Thomas, Nicole Muhlrad, Gilles Vallet, Emmanuelle Dupont, Heike Martensen, Eleonora Papadimitriou, George Yannis, Gabriele Giustiniani, Charlotte Bax, Wim Wijnen, Ilona Buttler, Victoria Gitelman, Shalom Hakkert
A formal account of an observation, investigation, finding, activity or any other type of information.
The aim of DaCoTA’s Work Package 1 is to shed light on road safety policy-making and management processes in Europe and to explore how these can be better supported by data and knowledge. This was done by assessing demands and views of stakeholders as well as by building a good practice model for road safety management investigation. Future versions of the European Road Safety Observatory (ERSO, www.erso.eu) are envisaged to be built on the findings of this project. This report describes the methodology and presents the first aggregated results of an on-line stakeholder consultation carried out in Task 1.3. The survey was successfully carried out among more than 3000 road safety stakeholders in Europe and beyond.
Project co-funded by the European Commission within the Seventh Framework Programme. Grant agreement No TREN / FP7 / TR / 233659 /"DaCoTA"