SABRINA Safer Bicycle Routes in Danube Area


Source: www.slovenia.info, Photo: Jošt Gantar


SABRINA project

Cycling infrastructure in the Danube region is largely in an early stage of development, especially outside of the major urban areas. Given the benefits that cycling has on the environment, tourism, health, transport multimodality, etc. this fact is both a development opportunity and a substantial safety risk if not properly addressed.

In these COVID-19 times, people across the globe look to bicycling as socially distant transportation and recreation option. The emerging role of bicycles serves as a critical reminder of the need to improve infrastructure, making it safer, forgiving, sustainable, and comfortable. Cycling is a practical solution for sustainable transport and develop- ment for which national, regional, and local authorities are showing more willingness to address.

SABRINA project focuses on the road infra- structure safety for cyclists as one of the most vulnerable road users. It tackles cycling infrastructure safety issues on existing, planned, and missing cycling corridors crossing nine countries in the Danube region. Our goal is to improve conditions for road bicycle infrastructure safety in the region by raising capacities of all relevant national, regional, and local stakeholders to build and improve bicycle infrastructure in a safe and sustainable way. 

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Safer Bicycle Routes in Danube Area
Start date
01-07-2020
End date
31-12-2022
Budget in Euro
Overall: 2,086,019.00
ERDF Contribution: 1,701,992.40
IPA Contribution: 0
ENI Contribution: 71,123.75
Call number
Call 3
Priority
Better connected and energy responsible Danube region
Specific objective
Support environmentally-friendly and safe transport systems and balanced accessibility of urban and rural areas

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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
The European Institute of Road Assessment - EuroRAP Lead partner olivera.djordjevic@eurorap.org Slovenia
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences ERDF partner sles@fpz.hr Croatia
Austrian Road Safety Board ERDF partner klaus.machata@kfv.at Austria
West Pannon Regional and Economic Development Public Nonprofit Ltd. ERDF partner delinke.bejczy@westpannon.hu Hungary
Partnership for Urban Mobility ERDF partner jarda@dobramesta.cz Czech Republic
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Project News

  • SABRINA - MORE CAUTION IS NECESSARY WHEN CYCLING IN THE DARK
    - 26-10-2020
    MORE CAUTION IS NECESSARY WHEN CYCLING IN THE DARK

    Last Sunday in October 2020. Beautiful sunny weather. Perfect for a post-lunch bike ride. But the sunset happened already before 5 pm. So early? Luckily, I had lights on my bike.  Of course, the time switching! In the European Union (EU) last...

  • SABRINA - SABRINA project’s innovative approach to bicycle infrastructure safety and RADAR project showcase of results inspired 160 participants at the joint conference
    - 20-10-2020
    SABRINA project’s innovative approach to bicycle infrastructure safety and RADAR project showcase of results inspired 160 participants at the joint conference

    “Road safety injection is a cocktail of ingredients. Do not let people tell you that road accidents just happen and that fatalities are inevitable consequences of drivers’ errors. We know and have the methods to prevent mistakes, leading to lost...

  • SABRINA - KICK-OFF CONFERENCE OF THE SABRINA PROJECT
    - 14-10-2020
    KICK-OFF CONFERENCE OF THE SABRINA PROJECT

    Kick-off conference of the SABRINA project (Safer Bicycle Routes in Danube Area) will be held in the framework of a joint conference of projects RADAR (Risk  Assessment on Danube Area Roads) and SABRINA organized in cooperation with the European...

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