News - Deadline for registration to ERANET ROAD Asset Management Symposium extended

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Deadline for registration to ERANET ROAD Asset Management Symposium extended

Deadline for registration to ERANET ROAD Asset Management Symposium in Copenhagen on 22nd-23rd May 2013 now extended to 1st May 2013.


The ERANET ROAD 2010 call "Effective Asset Management Meeting Future Challenges" is holding its final event in Copenhagen on 22nd-23rd May 2013, at which the results of the programme will be shared. Both days the focus will be on implementation and will be of interest to a wide range of delegates. Day 1 will focus more on the political implications for decision makers and practitioners and day 2 will be a technical session for practitioners. On day 1 there will be a joint dinner at the beautiful historical venue.
This is a lunch-to-lunch event with no conference fee. There is a limited number of 100 participants, so sign up now! Register here and find all the information you need regarding the event. Deadline for registration has now been extended to 1st May 2013. 

Asset Management - the new way to prioritise road investments
Seven road research projects were awarded funding through the ERA-NET Road Asset Management programme in 2010. The objectives are to manage the European road networks even tighter and to save time and money.

The programme is steered by the Programme Executive Board (PEB) consisting of experienced road managers and experts from Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. FEHRL member, the Danish Road Directorate (DRD), has been assigned to manage the overall programme.

The Asset Management programme awarded funding to the following seven projects in 2010 that all involve FEHRL members: SABARIS, EXPECT, HEROAD, SBAKPI, EVITA, ASCAM and PROCROSS. For more details on the Asset Management programme, click here or contact Mette Holm Duelund at


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