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Sweden: Europe's Road Safety champion steers EU Presidency

2 July 2009

The European Transport Safety Council, in its Memorandum to the Swedish Presidency, has high expectations of one of Europe's leading players on road safety. As the EU prepares its future transport policy for beyond 2010 Sweden's Presidency comes at an excellent time for developing European road safety policy. The preparation of the EU's 4th Road Safety Action Programme, adopting an ITS Directive as well as reaping the twin benefits of reducing speed for safety and CO2 emissions are on the agenda for Sweden's presidency term...Click here to read more.

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