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12th International Symposium on Concrete Roads
2nd Eastern European Tunnelling Conference
European Transport Conference
ITS FORUM 2014 2nd Edition
ERTRAC Plenary
ARRB 26th Conference
FERSI conference on Ageing and Safe Mobility
XXVth World Road Congress
XXVth World Road Congress

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Through research collaboration, the objectives of FEHRL are:

  • To provide scientific input to Europe and national government policy on highway engineering and road transport matters.
  • To create and maintain an efficient and safe road network in Europe.
  • To increase innovation in European road construction and road-using industries.
  • To improve the energy efficiency of highway engineering and operations
  • To protect the environment and improve quality of life.
 First issue of new BASt newsletter features FEHRL as main story 03.06.2014

BASt topics is new newsletter in English giving information about FEHRL member BASt.

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 Take part in the Young Researchers Seminar 2015 02.06.2014

FEHRL,  ECTRI and  FERSI organising Young Researchers Seminar in Rome on 17-19th June 2015

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 Call for papers for 8th RILEM International Conference now announced 28.05.2014

Submission of abstracts announced for 8th RILEM International Conference on Mechanisms of Cracking and Debonding in Pavements (MCD2016) in Nantes, France

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 Come to the Ageing and Safe Mobility Conference at BASt 27.05.2014

FERSI, ECTRI, ETRA, Euro NCAP, FEHRL and HUMANIST organising Conference on 27-28th November 2014

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 Study on tomorrow's road infrastructure for automated driving 22.05.2014

AIT and Loughborough University carrying out study on tomorrow's road infrastructure for automated driving

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