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The European Commission has recently presented a set of instruments to support the Recovery Plan for Europe, the #Next Generation EU, embedded within a long-term EU budget. Some are new such as the European Green Deal but it also includes the reinforcement of already existing programmes and instruments to better tackle the new challenges that Europe is facing after COVID-19 and support the urgent investments to propel Europe’s recovery and resilience, as mentioned in the latest press release in May of the European Commission.

EuroRAP AISBL position paper advocates for investment funds on road safety infrastructure for cities and regions in response to COVID19 and in the framework of the next Generation EU Package. The iRAP global tools enable cities to inform and shape road safety investment on the way to halving road deaths and injuries, improve pedestrian and cyclist safety and ultimately achieving vision Zero.

Download the full paper here

The paper is also featured at the Polis Thinking Cities magazine.

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