The purpose of this publication is to attempt to provide an overall description and assessment of
Lithuania’s work to improve public road safety. The publication also aims at proposing changes that
are considered necessary in order to improve road safety in Lithuania.
This project aims to change road users’ behaviour and eventually help countries move closer to eliminating deaths and serious injuries from traffic crashes.The project identifies best practices for...
ITF Secretary-General Young Tae Kim delivers a keynote speech on gender inclusion and diversity.
16:00 CETITF Modeller/Analyst Matteo Craglia moderates a discussion on zero-emission trucks. The webinar explores ways to enhance adoption of zero-emission trucks and outlines current barriers to...
Like-for-like replacement of fossil-fuel-powered vehicles by identical electric-powered vehicles is thought to be the main uptake pathway for electric vehicle (EV) uptake. However, what characterises...
A shift towards a broader EV uptake could be an opportunity for more sustainable and electric urban mobility systems – with comparatively lower electricity and charging infrastructure demand and...
Corporate Partnership Board Week 2023 (France)
26 - 28 September
Beyond the Horizon Conference (France)
PIARC World Road Congress (Czech Republic)
2 - 4 October
Mission to Brazil (Brazil)
9 - 10 October
Transport Management Board: 38th Session (Lithuania)
23 - 27 October
Second ITF Regional High-level Dialogue for Asia (Mongolia)
Mission to China (China)
13 - 14 November