IRIS or “Incursion Reduction to Increase Safety in road work zones” is a project commissioned by CEDR, the European platform for cooperation between national road authorities. The project is being realised by a consortium of three research institutes (the Kuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit/AUT, Lund University/SWE and Vias institute/BEL).
During the workshop you will gain the newest relevant insights on traffic management at
work zones for short, medium and long term road works. The IRIS Team will reveal a first set of
recommendations for accident prevention.
We will be very pleased to hear your thoughts about how these recommendations fit in current practices, and the barriers that may be encountered. With your contributions during the workshop we will further develop our recommendations and maximise the potential for implementation throughout Europe.

Please find the programme in the attached PDF.


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