2021-2022 Baseline EU project “ DETERMINATION OF MAIN TRAFFIC SAFETY INDICATORS” (KPI)
Public Transport Competence Agency (TKA), together with other European Union (EU) countries, participated in the international “Baseline” project “Collection of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for road safety” in 2021-2022. , during which studies were conducted throughout Lithuania, helping to determine the values of road safety indicators on a Lithuanian scale:
|Traffic safety indicator
||Description of the traffic safety indicator
||Percentage of vehicles traveling at the speed limit
||Percentage of vehicle occupants correctly using seat belts or child restraint systems
||Percentage of drivers not using a handheld mobile device
||Percentage of new passenger cars with a EuroNCAP safety rating at or above a pre-set threshold
||Percentage of distance traveled on roads with a safety level above the agreed limit
||The time from when an ambulance is called to when it arrives at the scene of a traffic accident
Indicator studies were conducted in accordance with the methodologies approved by the European Commission, which are established for each traffic safety indicator. Using the necessary equipment, TKA specialists conducted research on the entire territory of Lithuania, on country roads and settlements, on weekdays and weekends, the data necessary for the determination of the traffic safety indicator “time of providing emergency medical aid” was provided by the responsible institutions. The values of the indicators were calculated by scientists who specialize in statistical calculations.
Meet the official, first set for 2022. Lithuanian traffic safety indicators :
More about the project https://baseline.vias.be/en/about-the-project
19 EU member states participated in the project: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.
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