RDW Centrum voor Voertuigtechniek en Informatie (NL) The RDW Vehicle Technology and Information Centre serves by following the total life span of vehicles and their relevant documents. The RDW, using its main competence, aims at offering extra added social value in the form of concrete products and services for governments and companies.
Right To Ride Right To Ride EU is specifically focused on European issues that affect riders.
Legislation on motorcycling that comes from Europe is relentless.
The objective of this website is to keep it simple and provide information about legislation from the EU Commission, EU Parliament as well as other motorcycling issues from other European countries.
We will promote and protect that collective lump of metal, rubber and plastic that we could not live without – the motorcycle – and all that it means as part of our way of life.
And to explain to the uninitiated about why motorcycling is such an important part of the lives of millions of people
RIPCORD/ISEREST The objective of RIPCORD-ISEREST was to develop best practice guidelines based upon the current research results for: - Road Safety Impact Assessment tools and Accident Prediction Models - Road Design and Road Environment - Road Safety Audit - Road Safety Inspection - Black Spot Management and Safety Analysis of Road Network.
RISER Roadside infrastructure for safer European roads RISER specifically addresses the scientific and practical issues involved in analysing the performance of roadside elements in order to present guidelines for their optimal design and maintenance.
RONCALLI (AT) In the course of RONCALLI, the “Intelligent Speed Adaptation - ISA” concept is first being tested in Austria in the Lower Austrian districts of Wien-Umgebung, Mödling and Baden. A satellite-based driver assistance system informs drivers of current speed limits and warns of speeding violations.
ROSE25 In September 2003 the European Commission tendered a project to investigate the situation of Road Safety Education (RSE) in all 25 Member States. With this project the European Commission emphasises the need to collect and exchange good practice in order to launch a discussion on RSE Guidelines at the European level.
ROSEBUD ROSEBUD (Road Safety and Environmental Benefit-Cost and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Use in Decision-Making) is a thematic network funded by the European Commission to support users at all levels of government (European Union, national, regional, local) with road safety related efficiency assessment solutions for the widest possible range of measures.
ROSITA Evaluation of roadside oral fluid drug tests for the detection of drivers under the influence of drugs. The objective of ROSITA (RoadSIdeTesting Assessment) was to identify the requirements for roadside testing equipment, and to make an international comparative assessment of existing equipment or prototypes.
RoSPA (GB) The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a registered charity which was established over 80 years ago. Providing information, advice, resources and training, RoSPA is actively involved in the promotion of safety in all areas of life - at work, in the home, and on the roads, in schools, at leisure and on or near water.
RSA - Road Safety Authority (IE) The Road Safety Authority (RSA) is tasked with improving safety on the roads in order to reduce death and injury resulting from road collisions. The legal basis for the RSA is set out in the Road Safety Authority Act 2006. The RSA formally came into existence on 1st September 2006. An objective of the RSA is to bring Ireland's road safety record into line with "best practice" countries throughout the World. The achievement of this objective will involve cooperation with many stakeholders working in the area of road safety, including the Gardai, education sector, health sector, local authorities, National Roads Authority, the media and of course the general public.