Currently, FERSI unites institutes from 20 European countries. FERSI is open for cooperation with any European and international road safety research organisation, both in exchanging research knowledge and in seeking opportunities for collaborative research.
FERSI acts on behalf of its members vis-à-vis the European Commission, European Parliament, European Council while promoting road safety in European research programmes, disseminating relevant research results, and acquiring funding for research projects.
FERSI also represents its members in the dialogue with other European and international road safety and road transport organisations, e.g. OECD, UN and WHO, as well as transport-related umbrella organisations, professional unions and branch associations.
FERSI unites institutes from 20 European countries. For contact information of all members, view the Members Map »
- Austria (KFV – Kuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit)
- Belgium (VIAS – Vias Institute)
- Czech Republic (CDV – Centrum Dopravního Vyzkumu Transport Research Centre)
- Finland (VTT – Technical Research Centre of Finland)
- France (IFSTTAR – French institute of science and technology for transport, development and networks)
- Germany (BASt – Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen)
- Greece (CERTH-HIT – Hellenic Institute of Transport)
- Hungary (KTI – Közlekedéstudományi Intézet Nonprofit Kft)
- Ireland (RSA – Road Safety Authority)
- Italy (CTL – Research Centre for Transport and Logistics, Sapienza University of Rome)
- Netherlands (SWOV – Institute for Road Safety Research)
- Norway (TØI – Institute of Transport Economics)
- Poland (IBDIM – Road and Bridge Research Institute)
- Portugal (LNEC – Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil)
- Russia (MADI – State Technical University)
- Serbia (RTSA – Road Traffic Safety Agency)
- Slovenia (AVP – Slovenian Traffic Safety Agency)
- Spain (DGT – La Dirección General de Tráfico)
- Sweden (VTI – Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute)
- Switzerland (BFU – Beratungsstelle für Unfallverhütung)