Norway was among the first countries to reopen driving schools after a long break due to Covid-19. Hereby a brief interview to Mr. Per Ove Sercan Husevik, the Board Leader of ATL (Norwegian driving schools association).
Austria was among the first countries to reopen driving schools after a long break due to Covid-19 as well. Dr. Stefan Ebner, EFA Delegate Member from Austria, analyses some of the current challenges.
Living with the Covid-19 behind the wheel, what effects will it have on the traffic? Will we be more empathetic with other road users? We will discuss with Traffic Psychologist Federica Biassoni
In mid-May PIARC (the World Road Association) and EFA held a meeting to create a specific working group that will study how to update driving training to contemporary needs.
Dr. Leonardo Annese, the leader of the group “Ethical, social and safety aspects of independent driving”, accompanies us along this road.
UNECE launches Observatory on Border Crossings Status due to COVID-19 and calls on all countries to facilitate flow of goods to maximum Conebi, the European confederation of bicycle manufacturers, represents 16 industrial associations in the two-wheeler sector. We meet the General Manager, Manuel Marsilio.
The post-Covid-19 period could offer new opportunities for driving instructors as well.
The ILO study “Jobs in green and healthy transport – Making the green shift” foresees the need for adaptation of many professions. Greening the transport sectorcould create up to 15 million jobs worldwide. Please focus on the session “Skill for the greening of the transport sector”
WHO publishes the European regional status report on road safety 2019
The World Health Organisation published the “European Regional Status Report on Road Safety 2019”. The WHO’s Report shows over 220 people are killed on roads every day in Europe. Below the report.
Connected and Automated Driving – ACEA Report
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) welcomes the publication of guidelines on personal data relating to connected vehicles, drafted by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB), but believes they are too broad in scope and should not be rushed through. Download the ACEA report.