SafetyCube Road Safety Priority Topics Survey

In view of developing the European Road Safety Decision Support System (DSS) within the European Commission co-financed research project SafetyCube, all European road safety stakeholders interested are invited to rank the "Road Safety Priority Topics" to be included at the DSS. All the results of SafetyCube project and of this 5-minute survey will be constantly made available at this website and sent to you if you provide us with your email address at the end of this survey.

Please rank from the highest to the lowest importance the following “Road Safety Priority Topics” in each of the six categories: Infrastructure, Vehicle, Road User, Vulnerable Road Users (VRUs), Data, Safety Management.

There are 11 questions in this survey.
Group A
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A1. Infrastructure


All your answers must be different and you must rank in order.
Implementing user accepted speed limits
Developing dynamic speed limits
Minimizing highway speed limit differences among countries
Enforcement by police or cameras
Effective road markings
Removing or obstacles without passive safety protection from the roadside
Improved road lighting
Identifying critical maintenance operations
Self-explaining and forgiving roads
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A2. Vehicle


All your answers must be different and you must rank in order.
Greater passive safety for vehicle occupants and vulnerable road users
Advanced driver support systems and active safety
Technologies in the "driverless car
Integrating semi-automated driving without compromising driving skills
Active and passive safety of heavy goods vehicles
Reducing conflicts caused by silent electric cars
Developing E-bike safety Strategies
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A3. Road Users (General)


All your answers must be different and you must rank in order.
Understanding causes of serious injuries
Effects of mobile phone use
Safety education programs (especially children)
Strategies for young drivers: restrictions vs. mobility
Investigate the effects of (new/different) types of drugs (especially on young drivers)
Improving safety programs for elderly road users
Support safe mobility of elderly car drivers
Graduated licensing and mandatory continuous education
Assessing fitness to drive (from fatigue to health)
Counteracting driving fatigue
Eliminating driver aggression - recklessness and intended
Enforcement of existing rules
Link information between road safety and health sector
Improving post-crash care systems
Link indicators for road safety and environment
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A4. Vulnerable Road Users (VRUs)


All your answers must be different and you must rank in order.
Promoting bicycle helmet use (better education and acceptable solutions)
Improved bicycles infrastructure at crossroads and roundabouts
Dedicated bicycle routes
Cyclist interaction with E-bikes/pedelecs
Reducing bicycle collisions with parked cars / car doors
Reducing single bicycle crashes
Improved power-Two-Wheeler safety
Safe mobility for disabled people
Strategies for the growing share of elderly road users
Improved pedestrian crossing design
Introducing shared space, 20/30km/h zones
Understanding the safety implications of phone and handheld devices by cyclists and pedestrians
Reducing the under-reporting of pedestrian and cyclist accidents
Develop strategies for VRUs for increasing Automation
Improving safety of VRUs in emerging economies
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A5. Data


All your answers must be different and you must rank in order.
Creating sources of detailed exposure data
Identify sources for incident/near miss data
Introducing better reporting of contributing factors in accident reports
Access to E-call records
Resolve issues of privacy and data protection for better data access
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A6. Safety Management


All your answers must be different and you must rank in order.
Increased availability of cost-effectiveness of road safety measures
Improve recording the quality of safety measure implementation
Quantify the cost effectiveness of campaigns
Improved use of public / social media for communicating road safety
Applying demerit point system for driver’s licenses
Exploit the influence of new information technologies (e.g. from police patrols)
Promote road safety programs in companies/organisations
Introduce “Pay as you drive” incentives/penalties for safe driving
Promote “Pay as you drive” based on exposure, type of road network
Work Vision Zero principles
Group B
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B1. In which country are you working?


B2. Road safety stakeholder type


Choose one of the following answers

B3. Organisation (optional)


B4. Name (optional)


B5. Email address (optional)