Transport and Covid-19: responses and resources

Our work on Safety, Security and Health

 Helping governments to keep transport users safe, secure and in good health is a top priority for the International Transport Forum.  The ITF's road safety activities inform policies that save lives around the world. Our work on resilience is making transport systems everywhere more robust. And we support governments to tackle health hazards from air pollution to Coronavirus.

Safe Micromobility
Safe Micromobility

This report examines the safety aspects associated with the increasing use of e-scooters and other forms of micromobility in cities. The rise of micromobility challenges existing regulations for urban traffic and forces policy makers to rethink them. ...

17 February 2020

New Directions for Data-Driven Transport Safety
New Directions for Data-Driven Transport Safety

This report explores how seamless data collection, analysis and sharing can unlock innovations in transport safety. Most interventions to improve transport safety are reactions to incidents. Connected vehicles, smartphone apps, ...

22 May 2019

Road Safety in European Cities
Road Safety in European Cities

This reports benchmarks road safety performance for 72 urban areas, mostly in Europe, and illustrates governance solutions to improve urban road safety with case studies conducted in Lisbon (Portugal) and Riga (Latvia). The report proposes new road safety indicators to assess...

10 April 2019

Safer Roads with Automated Vehicles?
Safer Roads with Automated Vehicles?

This report examines how increasing automation of cars and trucks could affect road safety, and which security vulnerabilities will need to be addressed with the rise of self-driving vehicles. It applies the principles of the Safe System approach and relevance of Vision Zero for ...

22 May 2018

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Motorway Safety in Korea

7 December 2021

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