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The BALTRIS project ended December 2012. It was a project within the European Union’s Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013, promoting regional development through transnational cooperation. The programme’s aim: make the Baltic Sea region an attractive place to invest, work and live in. Eleven countries around the Baltic Sea work together to find joint solutions to common problems.

Saving life, health and money

Safer road infrastructure will result in improved overall road safety. BALTRIS has developed tools to better manage safety of road infrastructure in the Baltic Sea Region. This by exchange of experience and joint development of road infrastructure safety management procedures:

  • Road safety impact assessment
  • Road network safety management
  • Road safety inspections
  • Road safety audits

Please find the procedure manuals in the Output section.

Partners in BALTRIS

BALTRIS is led by Lithuanian Road Administration. Project partners are Lithuanian Road Administration, Estonian Road Administration, The Swedish Transport Administration, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Tallinn University of Technology, Lund University and Riga Technical University.


Outputs from BALTRIS

With expertise from road authorities and academic institutions BALTRIS has brought ready-to-apply road infrastructure management tools. Working to improve road infrastructure safety we can enhance road safety, saving life, health and money.

Outputs from BALTRIS: Procedure manuals, final brochure, film on road safety and articles.

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Lead Partner: Lithuanian Road Administration under the Ministry of Transport and Communications, J. Basanavičiaus g. 36/2, 3109 Vilnius, Lithuania

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