PACTS - Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (GB) The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is an associate Parliamentary group and registered charity, advising and informing MPs and Peers on road, rail and air safety issues. The PACTS charitable objective is to protect human life through the promotion of transport safety for the public benefit.
PENDANT The PENDANT project (Pan-European Coordinated Accident and Injury Databases) provides crash and injury data to support EU vehicle and road safety policy making by offering two European data systems.
PEPPER The PEPPER project (Police Enforcement Policy and Programmes on European Roads) has the objective to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the police enforcement of road traffic.
PEVR (BE) Parents d'Enfants Victimes de la Route is an association for parents of young road accident victims to sheir their experience and to give the victims a voice in the fight for increased road safety.
PIARC - World Road Association PIARC - World Road Association - was founded in 1909 following the 1st International Road Congress held in Paris in 1908. It is the oldest international association concerned with Road Engineering, Road Policy and the Management of Road Networks. It has evolved since and now boasts 118 Member Governments and other Members in 142 countries worldwide.
Politie België (BE) On this Belgian website are, among others, tips about what to do if people become a victim of a break-in or accident. The site also contains practical maps that show where the closest police corps is situated.
Prevenção Rodoviária Portuguesa (PT) The aim of Prevenção Rodoviária Portuguesa (Portuguese Road Prevention) is to prevent accidents and to reduce their consequences.
PReVENT The Integrated Project PReVENT is a European automotive industry activity co-funded by the European Commission to contribute to road safety by developing and demonstrating preventive safety applications and technologies.
PREVENT The objective of the project PREVENT (Develop a training programme to improve work zone safety) was to provide appropriate training to the main actors involved in work zone accidents: the workers and the drivers.
Prévention Routière Internationale (PRI) PRI is an international non-governmental and non-profit road safety organisation. It was founded in 1959 to promote cooperation amongst national institutions dealing with road safety. PRI has a consultative status with the United Nations and the International Transport Forum and has working relations with the European Commission, the World Health Organization, the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration and international organisations.
PROLOGUE PROLOGUE (Promoting real Life Observations for Gaining Understanding of road user behaviour in Europe - Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission) aims to contribute to reducing the number of road casualties in Europe by further developing and testing the naturalistic observation methodology.
PROMISING Promotion of mobility and safety of vulnerable road users The PROMISING project aimed at developing measures that reduce the risk of injury to vulnerable and young road users as much as possible in a non-restrictive way.
PROSPER Project for research on speed adaptation policies on european roads