Earlier this month, the World Academy of Science, Engineering, and Technology launched the International Research Conference on Road Safety, Transport, and Road Statistics which is dedicated to bringing together leading academic scientists, researchers, and research scholars to exchange and share experiences and research results in all aspects of road safety.
International Research Conference
The conference on road safety, transport, and road statistics is part of the International Research Conference – a federated organization dedicated to bringing together significant numbers of diverse and scholarly events for presentation.
World Academy of Science, Engineering, and Technology describes the conference as a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, concerns, and solutions in the field of road safety, transport, and road statistics.
Applicants are invited to submit research abstracts, papers, e-posters, and research contributions describing original and unpublished results in all areas of road safety.
The deadline to submit abstracts and Full-Text Papers is on 28 January 2021 for the November conference in Rome, Italy.
Road Safety in Data
The World Health Organization (WHO) emphasizes the importance of data in saying that it can be used to raise awareness about particular road safety issues. Road safety data also acts as evidence and is able to draw support for policies, programs, or allocation of resources.
Having accurate road safety data allows different organizations to create successful plans, projects, and initiatives that can address road safety issues in local and global settings. In the latest Capacity Development session launched by the Global Youth Coalition for Road Safety, YOURS Executive Director, Floor Lieshout, raised the importance of gathering road safety data before creating a project plan.
Help contribute to the data and resources in road safety, transport, and road safety statistics by sending your paper.