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Short report: ERSC Webinar Road Safety and Vulnerable roadusers

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26. Iunie 2019

On the 25th of June we presented our webinar on Road Safety and Vulnerable roadusers.

It was the fifth webinar of the 2016-2019 charter edition.

Bill Carmichael and Angelika Biro introduced you their good practices in this theme.

Angelika Bíró is the Head of Road Safety Education Department in the Road Safety Research Centre of KTI Institute for Transport Sciences Nonprofit Ltd.
She works on the field of road safety since 2012, her focus is mainly on the vulnerable road users, children and elderly people.
She presents the last year award winning program of the KTI Institute for Transport Sciences Nonprofit Ltd., the Two-wheeler school and the Life on the Road programme which is a complex framework for road safety education based on lifelong learning conception. Get inspired, and want to know something more, feel free to contact her by e-mail: biro.angelika@kti.hu.

Bill Carmichael presented his project ROADMATE

Roadmate has been designed as a portable accessible product that can be used anywhere: car journeys, at home or in the classroom. This Innovative Child Pedestrian Road Safety Resource ROADMATE has been designed to teach children the correct behaviour to cross the road safely.
Being aware that many of you are already conversant in this field, Bill Carmichael feels that simply sharing information that you will already be aware of may not allow for a more interesting presentation.  In view of this and, in order to allow the audience to become more informed about my Child pedestrian Road Safety Resource named ROADMATE.

If anyone would like further information on ROADMATE® please feel free to contact Bill by e-mail: billcarmichael316@gmail.com.

Did you miss it? Or you just want to refresh your memory? No problem, you can find the powerpoints and the recording of the webinar here.

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