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Sectors: Education - Training, Information, Justice - Security, Research, Town planning, Transport, Youth

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Agencies Chambers, Corporations, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, Schools, SMEs, Training centres, Universities

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Responsible: European Commission

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This call for proposals aims to support actions that contribute to improve road safety for vulnerable road users, children, elderly people and young drivers.

Priorities and funded actions:

Priorities (non exhaustive list)
– The new urban mobility patterns with an increased presence of cycling
– The adaptation of the infrastructure environment to an ageing population, be it as drivers, cyclists or pedestrians
– The education of children concerning road safety, in particular when walking and cycling
– The awareness and behaviour of the general driving population concerning vulnerable users, children, elderly people
– The awareness for children and elderly people challenge
– The prevention of distraction as a cause of traffic accidents amongst children and young drivers
– The safe integration of vulnerable users, children and elderly people on urban mobility
– The reduction of young and novice drivers’ fatalities and serious injuries on the road

Among financed actions
– Implementation and dissemination of good practices
– Implementation of innovative measures
– Development of road safety campaigns, which may also include organisation of events, e.g. lectures, conferences, workshops
– Cooperation activities
– Training activities
– Activities aiming at the creation and improving of networks, exchanges of good practices