Road Safety Data: Collection and Analysis for Target Setting and Monitoring Performances and Progress

4th IRTAD Conference, Seoul, Korea, 16-17 September 2009

Programme
Conclusions: Seoul Statement
Press Release

 

The 4th IRTAD Conference brought together more than 100 road safety experts from around the world to discuss the use of safety data set targets and monitor road safety performance and to encourage knowledge transfer for data collection and analyses. The Conference was jointly organised by the Korean Ministry of Land Transport and Maritime Affairs, the Korean Transport Safety Authority and the IRTAD Group with the support of the World Bank, UNESCAP and the Korean Society of Transportation.

Session 1 - Road Safety in Asia and Knowledge Transfer

Session 2 - Specific Analysis of Road Safety Data

Session 3 - Road Safety Data Collection and Reporting

Session 4 - Data Quality and Data Linking

Session 5 - Road Safety Benchmarking

Session 6 - Road Infrastructure and Safety Analysis

Session 7 - Data Collection and Analysis in Asian Countries

Session 8 - Safety Performance Indicators

Session 9 - Data Analysis to Support Road Safety Policy, Target Setting and Monitoring

Poster Presentations

  • Database of Black Spots on Main Roads in Serbia
    Krsto LIPOVAC, Academy of Kriminalistic and Police Studies, Serbia;
    Dragan JOVANOVIC, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia;
    Miladin NESIC, Academy of Kriminalistic and Police Studies, Serbia; and
    Dejan JOVANOV, SEETO
  • Drinking and Driving Project in Guangxi
    Ann YUAN, GRSP Country Manager for China;
    Li YING, Health Human Resource Development Center, Ministry of Health, China;
    Zhang JUNHUA, Health Human Resource Development Center, Ministry of Health, China;
    Liu WEI, General Manager, Clarity Public Relations
    Alex WANG, Deputy General Manager, Clarity Public Relations