SWOV-report: Safety enhancing features of cycling infrastructure SWOV has conducted a review on different aspects of cycling infrastructure and their contribution to the risk of bicycle crashes.
Martin Damen new managing-director at SWOV As of January 2022, Martin Damen (54) will start as the new director of SWOV – Institute for Road Safety Research, succeeding Peter van der Knaap, who became director of the International Research & Policy Evaluation Directorate at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Watch now: LEVITATE webinar on policy interventions On 18 October LEVITATE held a webinar on policy interventions. This LEVITATE webinar provided insights on the potential impacts of introducing policy measures related to on-street parking repurposing (driving or cycle lane, public space or pick-up/drop off), road-user pricing and d
First MEDIATOR deliverables available The MEDIATOR project published the first five public deliverables.
SWOV fact sheet 'Speed and speed management' updated If the average speed on a road increases, crash risk also increases, as does the risk of a serious outcome. This is true in general terms, but more so when motorised vehicles crash with unprotected road users, such as pedestrians, cyclists and (light) moped riders.
SWOV researchers at the Young Researchers Seminar 2021 The 10th Young Researchers Seminar was held on September 15-17, 2021 in Portorož.
SWOV fact sheet 'Young drivers' updated In 2009-2018, an annual average of 51 young drivers and passengers (aged 18-24) were killed in traffic. This can be read in the updated SWOV fact sheet 'Young drivers'.
New Fact sheet: Light electric vehicles (LEVs) SWOV has published a new fact sheet on light electric vehicles.
What makes a good team? - Towards the assessment of driver-vehicle cooperation SWOV researchers Tinga and Jansen coauthored the article 'What makes a good team?
SHAPE-IT project: supporting the interaction of humans and automated Vehicles SWOV is involved in several international projects. In this way SWOV can contribute from her expertise on road safety and can stay informed on the latest developments in the field. One such project is the project 'SHAPE-IT'.