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Intelligent Transport Systems for Speed Management

2 April 2009

A European Commission Action Plan suggests a number of targeted measures to ensure better use of the newest active safety systems and advanced driver assistance systems with proven benefits in terms of in-vehicle safety for the vehicle occupants and other road users (including vulnerable road users).

The recently published Speed Fact Sheet from ETSC forms a valuable background document for understanding the case for accelerating the deployment of intelligent transport systems for speed management.

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