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Technical Committees

 

 

Contact:

Taavi Tõnts

Deputy Head of Road Network Development Department

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Tel: +372 611 93 31

 

Raskeveok

 

  

 

Contact:

Kristjan Duubas

ITS Project Manager

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Tel: +372 636 1122 

 

Contact:

Allan Ladva

Land Aqcuisition Project Manager

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Tel: +372 766 8405

 

Luigeristmikbveebi

 

 

 

 

Contact:

Maria Pashkevich

Chief Specialist of Road Safety Department

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Tel: +372 611 93 20

 

 

The general aim of the BRA task group is to bring the road safety specialists from Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian road administrations together in order to:

  • Stay informed about the latest road safety developments in the region;
  • Analyze any cross-border road safety problems and main socio-economic performance indicators influencing road safety in the region;
  • Exchange best practice and know-how on road safety measures’ implementation;
  • Study the strategies, legislation, technical norms and standards in the field of transport system safety;
  • Conduct the in-depth cross-border analysis of road infrastructure measures;
  • Plan and implement some common actions.

Among the issues the task group has recently addressed were implementation of the EU Directive on infrastructure safety 2008/96/EB, public campaigns on road safety, automatic speed control, vulnerable road users’ safety measures, black spot and network safety management.  

 

 

parnu

 

 

 

Contact:

Kaarel Lääne

Chief specialist of Planning Department

Estonian Road Administration

E-mail: kaarel.laane@mnt.ee  

Tel: +372 740 8122  

 

 

Estonian contact:

Kristjan Duubas

ITS Project Manager

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Tel: +372 636 1122 

 

Efficient road network is a key to economic activity and mobility of people and goods. SMART E67 project aims to increase efficiency and safety of passenger and cargo mobility in the Central Baltic region by introducing Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) on E67 transport corridor – a key transport corridor in Estonia and Latvia (North-South direction). Implementation of the project in partnership between Latvian State Roads and Estonian Road Administration ensures that ITS elements are introduced in critical nodes of transport (8 in

Latvia; 6 in Estonia) on the entire E67 transport corridor crossing Estonia (192 km) and Latvia (202 km).

E67 road has a significant development potential to make it more efficient for passenger and cargo transportation. In both countries among other routes, it has the highest Annual average daily traffic (AADT) rates (16155 cars/per day in Estonia; up to 21122 cars/per day in Latvia with average 9500cars/per day). E67 links with ports of Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn and Riga and CB with the rest of EU.

While basic road infrastructure (pavement) has been modernized on E67 transport corridor in Latvia and Estonia, traffic information systems to ensure efficient, environment friendly, safe passenger and cargo transport are in the need of considerable improvements. Introduction of ITS on E67 is the most feasible option to improve on these issues besides investment intensive infrastructure improvements (bypasses around metropolitan areas.

Project will help kickstart the ITS-innovative approach widely exploited in the EU, but insufficiently used in this region. The introduction of ITS elements such as roadside variable message signs (VMS) and road weather information systems (RWIS) through the project’s pilot investments will result in a decrease of travel time of passengers and cargos by 0,57% compared to the current travel time in this section. The project will foster safety of passenger and cargo transport and diminish CO2 emissions due to timesavings of transport on road.

  • TRAFFIC EFFICIENCY via pilot investments into development of adaptive traffic management-roadside variable message signs (VMS) (screens, alarming traffic lights, signs) providing to traffic participants timely,efficient and accurate traffic information about road conditions ahead due to weather changes, road works, congestions, accidents to decide upon dynamic retouring, variable speed limit signs to reduce travel time, fluent traffic with dynamic traffic signaling equipment;
  • TRAFFIC SAFETY via pilot investments into road weather information systems (RWIS), weather cameras to reduce traffic accidents by timely collection and delivery of information about changing road weather conditions: snow, black ice, etc. and on line video surveillance for incident and black spot management; 
  • REDUCED CO2 EMISSIONS all above measures contribute to reduced CO2 emissions due to time savings of transport on road.