SPEED Congress 2014

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SPEED Congress 2014

Post by seanhaight » Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:28 am

Time is running out to secure an early bird discount on bookings for the 5th international Speed Congress, which takes place on Wednesday 7 May 2014 in London.

Organiser Brake, the road safety charity, has also announced more speakers for the prestigious event, which brings together leading academics and practitioners to discuss the latest developments in reducing traffic speed.

Early bird registration for the congress costs just £108 + VAT for Brake subscribers (£136 + VAT full price) and £183 + VAT for non-subscribers (£229 + VAT full price), but ends on Friday 28 February 2014.

The event, sponsored by Siemens and Colas, includes the latest research, initiatives, evaluation and policy thinking in reducing speeds and separating vulnerable road users from fast traffic.

Key speakers include:

- Ellen De Pauw from the Transportation Research Institute, Hasselt University, Belgium, who will review what impact the Flemish government's lower speed limits had on crashes, especially those involving serious injuries and fatalities.

- Henk Stipdonk from the SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands, who will present research demonstrating the link between vehicles involved in speeding offences and vehicles involved in crashes

- Professor John Parkin from London South Bank University, who will present findings from a review into the effectiveness of infrastructure and its management at reducing the risk of cycling injuries, with a particular focus on speed management issues.

The programme also includes road safety practitioners discussing campaigning for slower speeds and safer communities, and community education and enforcement initiatives.

To read more about these speakers and others, go to http://www.speedcongress.com/speakers.
For more information on the congress and to book, go to http://www.speedcongress.com.

Subscribe today to get free and heavily discounted access to this and other events by Brake, as well as regular information and road safety resources. Go to http://www.roadsafetyforum.org for more information and to subscribe online.

Sean Haight, PhD

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