SOL Good Practise Examples
This section provides access to the SOL Good Practise examples. This collection concentrates on practical examples for Road Safety objectives and achievements, implementation and results including factors of success and failure (if available respectively).
If you want to view all entries simply click on "start search" without selecting anything.
In addition, SOL gives its users the possibility to submit good practice examples themselves.
Submit your own Good Practise example
A typical SOL Good Practise example describes the Road Safety achievement of a city, region or partner. Examples of innovative and integrated approaches are particularly welcome. In order to facilitate the transfer of good practice and lessons to be learned, the emphasis is put on the measures implemented and the potential for replication and/or inspiration.
Please note before adding a case study, that the SOL Good Practise examples have two main objectives:
1.To allow you to present your initiatives and your organisation (but no pure advertising).
2.To provide valid and useful information to other users.
So please consider:
What are your main results and what could help others?
Be sure to include details of your results, strategies and synergies as well as less successful, or even failed, actions!
Be sure it is not only a study but a real implementation!
After submission, the SOL team will check the information provided and will either place your case study online or will ask for some more details where needed.
The tenth edition of the SOL eMagazine is now available. This issue provides you with information about the Final Conference that will take place on the 27th of May 2013 in Brussels, last statistics on road safety data published 2012 by the European Commission and on a research on people who drive for work and their accidents risk.
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