Road safety is currently a priority in London as the Mayor’s Transport Strategy sets out the objective of eliminating all deaths and serious injuries on the city’s network by 2041. It is also a challenge for the future with the rise of new mobility modes such as automated vehicles.
CoEXist, allowing roads to be shared between conventional and automated vehicles
Concept: The key idea is to make roads “AV-ready” (automated vehicles ready). For that, tools are developed in order to model traffic with AVs. These models are tested in four European cities.
Local authorities involved: Milton Keynes (UK), Stuttgart (Germany), Gothenburg (Sweden), Helmond (Netherlands)
EU contribution: EUR 3.47 Million (100%)
Timeframe: May 2017 – April 2020
Programme: Horizon 2020
More information on the project’s website
No past EU funded projects on road safety.