Forum of European National Highway Research Laboratories


10.06.2010 00:06
Tyrosafe video launched

 A promotional video covering the essential elements of the Tyrosafe project and highlighting  the role of road surfaces in providing safer, quieter and greener roads, was launched today at the the Final Seminar which took place in Brussels, Belgium, in the framework of the Transport Research Arena 2010. The project will officially be ending on 30 June 2010. The video is available on, FEHRL's YouTube Channel, and on the TYROSAFE project website homepage.

05.05.2010 00:05
Full Report

FHWA Part of the International Technology Scanning Program conducted by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in cooperation with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP.); and with the participation of Jenne van der Velde from Rijkswaterstaat DVS; The Full Report, "Linking Transportation Performance and Accountability" is now available.

05.05.2010 00:05
FEHRL Agenda at TRA 2010

TRA2010FEHRL will be participating and hosting various events at TRA 2010, taking place on 7 – 10 June 2010, in Brussels, Belgium. An exhibition FEHRL booth, with the participation of Polish members, IBDiM, can be found at n° 40-41. Other events and seminars planned for TRA 2010 consist of Forever Open Road, TYROSAFE (Final Seminar), CERTAIN, YEAR2010, SHRP2, and SIMBA II. You are further invited to join the FEHRL-TYROSAFE-SHRP2 cocktail taking place at the TRA venue in room 310, on Thursday June 10th, starting at 17.30. For a full list of FEHRL activities, please see the FEHRL agenda (.pdf).

27.04.2010 00:04
EC opens Public Consultation on Noise Emissions Directive

The EC has announced a Public Consultation on the review of Directive 2000/14/EC on Noise emissions from outdoor noise equipment. They are seeking the views and opinions of citizens and stakeholders on the various issues that may need to be addressed in a draft proposal for further amending the Directive. The replies to this consultation will provide the Commission services with a broader range of views on the identified policy needs and should enable to improving or confirming the envisaged approaches. To submit your contribution and for further information, please click here.