AAA Driver Education Foundation
The AA Driver Education Foundation has been formed by the New Zealand Automobile Association as an independent body to represent the interests of the New Zealand Automobile Association (and its membership) and other major parties in the specific area of road user safety through improved driver licencing standards, driver attitude and driver skills.
Advanced is a study of post-licence driver and rider training co-financed by the European Commission. It describes and analyses voluntary, post-licence training and makes a series of recommendations on how to improve such training. It emphasises the importance of avoiding overconfidence amongst trainees and indicates how training can be more effective and balanced.
Advancing Sustainable Safety
Advancing Sustainable Safety critically examines the Sustainable Safety vision. Adaptations were made where necessary. Advancing insights and new developments have also prompted the update of this vision.
Italian Association of Road Traffic Victims
The goal of AINO is to develop the collection, management and utilisation of real time information in transport and thereby to create prerequisites for concrete ITS services, which will improve the safety, efficiency and sustainability of the transport systems as well as increase the well-being of citizens and the competitiveness of Finnish companies.
AKE (Finnish Vehicle Administration) promotes vehicle safety and environmental-friendliness and provides vehicle information services for private citizens, state authorities and companies. AKE operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
Alcohol Interlock Curriculum for Practitioners (AICP)
An educational resource from the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) for diverse audiences. Information relating to the following topics can be found at this site:
* international research;
* alcohol interlock technology;
* information about the implementation of alcohol interlocks as part of a program to control and monitor impaired driving offenders;
* legal concerns about the use of alcohol interlocks; and,
* information about contracting with vendors and service providers.
Alcolock implementation in the European Union; an in-depth qualitative field trial. The general objective of the project is to contribute to a reduction of the number of victims on European roads by preparing and facilitating legal implementation of alcolocks in the European Union through research on the psychological, sociological, behavioural and practical impact on drivers whose vehicles are equipped with an alcolock.
Driver rehabilitation courses for the reintegration of traffic violators are a growing market in many EU-states. It was the objective of the “Andrea”-project (Analysis of Driver Rehabilitation Programmes) to analyse which elements of these courses are more or less effective.
The Royal Dutch Tourist Club ANWB tries to promote the collective interests of its members on mobility. This usually occurs backstage in consultation with the government and branch organisations.
World-wide, vehicle safety experts agree that significant further reductions in fatalities and injury numbers could be achieved by deploying appropriate passive (or crash) safety strategies. The FP6 APROSYS Integrated Project (IP) answers to this call by development and introduction of critical technologies that improve passive safety for all European road users for priority accident types and levels of crash severity.
APSN - Advanced Passive Safety Network
The aim of APSN is to mobilise the European scientific & business expertise in Vehicle Passive Safety to accelerate improvements in road safety in order to reduce the annual road victims for the European Union. APSN joint technical and scientific objective is to enhance the level of road safety at affordable costs for the individual user as well as for the European society.
"ARROWS" means: Advanced Research on Road Work Zone Safety Standards in Europe. A Transport RTD Project financially supported by the European Commission / DG II under the 4th Framework Programme.
Association nationale des Victimes de la Route (AVR)
AVR is dedicated to improving the circumstances of victims of traffic accidents through psychological, legal and practical counsel. It also works towards reducing traffic crashes. AVR was created in April 1992, as an initiative of some victims of traffic accidents, along with a small group of experts.
Association of roadworthiness inspections and driving licences companies
The Belgium association controls the 77 centres for roadworthiness inspections of vehicles and the 32 centres for driving tests. The association also (re)trains the employees of this centres.
Association Prevention Routière
La Prévention Routière aims to study and implement all measures and encourage all initiatives to reduce the frequency and severity of road traffic accidents.
Assessing The European Road SafetY Problem - an eXploitation study of the CARE Database.Exploitation study of the CARE database in 2000 by independent road safety institutions in the Member States. Assessment of the current value of CARE to the research community and to identify future directions of development.
Australian Bureau of Statistics
Australian Bureau of Statistics
Automobile and Touring Club of Greece
The Automobile and Touring Club aims to develop, organize and promote motorized travel, touring and tourism. It also provides guidance for safe and environmental travels, and is involved in organizing national and international car and motorcycle races.