NEWS & EVENTS

Master's courses were approved by the Consortium Members and they are: Highway and Traffic Engineering Fundamentals, Traffic Safety Fundamentals, Traffic Safety and (human) Road User Behavior, Statistical and Data Analysis for Traffic Safety, Traffic Safety Management, Road Risk Analysis and Management, Traffic Simulation and Safety, Information and Communication Technologies for Traffic Safety, Highway Engineering and Safety, Road Safety in Urban Areas, Road Safety Policy and Planning.

This database will give you access to descriptions, results and contact information of all projects funded under the Erasmus+ programme and some of the projects funded under its predecessor programmes in the field of education, training, youth and sports. You can find inspiration from the pool of good practices and success stories, i.e. projects that distinguished themselves in terms of policy relevance, communication potential, impact or design. MENASAFE project description is available here.

GUT 2Next students and teachers training along with consortium meeting of “Master Curriculum, Capacity Building and Network Development in Traffic Safety in Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon - MENASAFE” project took place in Gdansk on 17th – 28th of May 2017. The students took part in several lectures on road safety policies and global trends, road safety strategies and programming, road safety audits and inspections, road safety statistical analysis. During consultation the students have developed projects. Teachers from Partner Countries presented mini – video lectures receiving feedback from all consortium Partners. Moreover, Project Partners discussed progress and accreditations, the final version of the books, equipment, software to be acquired. The meeting was enriched with artistic event – symphonic concert of the Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra.

m pic 2MUBS students who participated in the study visit to Gdansk University of Technology (Poland) in April 2017 within the framework of the Menasafe Erasmus+ project delivered a presentation to their fellow students at MUBS Aley campus. In their presentations, the training received in Poland on road safety strategies & programming, road safety audit & inspection, and road safety statistical analysis was presented. The students also discussed the benefits of this study visit including new personal and intellectual maturity, enhanced employability, and the opportunity to share best practices about traffic safety.

UPV1st students and teachers training along with consortium meeting of “Master Curriculum, Capacity Building and Network Development in Traffic Safety in Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon - MENASAFE” project took place in Valencia on 18th-20th of October 2016. The first day of the workshop started with the welcome session by the UPV’s authorities and MENASAFE coordinator where the progress within the project was presented. The session was followed by the training sessions and then presentation of dissemination and management tools. The issue of equipment was discussed. Second day started with a short visit to Traffic Management Center in Valencia and was followed by the training sessions. During the last day of the workshop participants visited driving simulation centre which was followed by further trainings sessions.

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