History

NATIONAL ROAD RESEARCH CENTRES IN PARTNERSHIP

 

    1. 2011-2016
      SERRP IV was published as the programme for the period 2006-2011 and SERRP V has now been
      published for the years 2011-2016.
    2. 2006-2011
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    3. 2002-2006
      This long term approach was also adopted in the elaboration of the ongoing SERRP III setting out the
      research needs for the years 2002-2006.
    4. 2000
      In 2000, FEHRL became an international association, with its registered office in Brussels.
    5. 1993
      FEHRL has developed an on-going Strategic Road Research Programme (SERRP) that is defined by a
      series of detailed implementation plans. SERRP I was published in 1993-4 to ensure that many of
      FEHRL's research topics were pursued with the assistance of the EU Framework Programme of RTD
      and the COST Programme. Following early successes, FEHRL then established a network of Research
      Coordinators in the member Institutes, in order to provide effective and expert communication routes
      within the organisation. This was followed by the development and adoption of a 5-year Development
      Plan for FEHRL , and preparation of SERRP II in consultation with CEDR (Conference of European
      Directors of Roads) - one of FEHRL's main client bodies - and the Industry.
    6. 1989
      FEHRL was formed in 1989 in the United Kingdom by the Directors of road research institutes of
      thirteen countries. Since then its primary objective has been to provide opportunities for identifying
      research priorities and to create a positive climate for cooperation between its institutes. Over 20 years
      the memberships and associates has grown to thirty-one countries, including members throughout the
      EU states, EFTA countries, Eastern and Central European countries, but also the USA, South Africa
      and Israel.