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Cross Border Road Safety Managment

Supervisor: prof. Ing. Bystrík Bezák, PhD.

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Project description:The objective of the ROSEMAN project is to develop a methodology for safety audit in cooperation with Austrian partners, KfV and Slovak Road Administration (SSC). Transport and spatial characteristics are to be measured for model regions of Záhorie and Niederosterreich that influence occurrence of trafic accidents in selected critical sections of roads in built-up urban, as well as rural environment. The causes of severe traffic accidents are to be investigated in the model areas where they occur regulary. Organisational measures and necessary investments are to be proposed. Consecutively, after approval of these measures, they are to be constructed and implemented in the selected localities from EU funds. After implemetantion of the proposed traffic.enhancing measures (safety islands, traffic calming measures, pedestrian crossing, traffic signs, etc...), the measurements are to be repeated. The methodology RSI is to be developed within the project framework, along with a Best practice handbook, as well as new recommendations and directives for elimination of negative impacts of raffic on safety and sustainability of the road transport. The outputs of the project should be used as a basis for implementation of proposed measures also in other communities an regions of Slovakia and other neighbouring countries.
Kind of project:SK - AT ()
Department:Department of Transport Construction and Traffic (FCE)
Project identification:ROSEMAN - SK-AT 2007-2013
Project status:Successfully completed
Project start date :01. 03. 2009
Project close date:28. 02. 2012
Number of workers in the project:2
Number of official workers in the project:0