Competitive Traffic

Arturo Ardila Gomez, Traffic Expert at the World Bank and Lead Transport Economist

Arturo Ardila Gomez, Traffic Expert at the World Bank and Lead Transport Economist

How can city traffic in emerging and developing countries be made safer and faster? Arturo Ardila Gomez, traffic expert at the World Bank and Lead Transport Economist, talked about his experiences in Latin America and East Asia in an interview.Read more

Cycle but safely

Cycle but safely

Cycle but safely

Excessive speed, riding under the influence of alcohol, ignoring red lights or zebra crossings – carelessness and lack of consideration are the main causes of traffic accidents and unfortunately all too often drag innocent people into the disaster. Towns and cities are increasingly focusing on traffic safety in the strategic planning process.Read more

Turning the corner

Winding road in Toscany

To reduce the number of accidents, the local authority of the province of Arezzo integrated road safety work into the strategic planning process.

In many regions, having access to high-quality accident data cannot be taken for granted. Accident data and supplementary information are the key to proactive road safety work, a fact that Paolo Vadi knows well.Read more

Bundled transport planning expertise

Business man in thought

The company has now sharpened its consulting services profile by splitting off the Transport Consulting division and founding a wholly owned limited liability company (GmbH).

Providing comprehensive consulting services to urban planners has been part of PTV Group’s business portfolio for more than 30 years. The company has now sharpened its consulting services profile by splitting off the Transport Consulting division and founding a wholly owned limited liability company (GmbH). Read more

PTV Group supports European Road Safety Charter

Thomas Schwerdtfeger with the subscribed ERSC

Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schwerdtfeger, a member of PTV Group’s Executive Board, signed the European Road Safety Charter on behalf of the company.

The European Road Safety Charter, ERSC, invites stakeholders to proactively implement measures within the sphere of their responsibility which help reduce road fatalities. The Charter has more than 2,000 signatories.Read more