24 January 2019 | 09:30-16:00
Madrid, Spain

ETSC, Fundación MAPFRE and the Flemish Foundation for Traffic Knowledge (VSV) organised the 2019 edition of the European Traffic Education Seminar in Madrid on 24 January 2019.

To sufficiently equip young road users to become safe road users, education remains of chief importance. This is especially true for secondary school pupils (aged 12 – 18) as they start to travel independently and have to deal with more complex traffic situations, either as pedestrians, cyclists or moped riders.

The seminar featured presentations (see below) on the latest traffic education projects from across Europe. A report on the status of traffic safety and mobility education in Europe was furthermore presented, providing a comparative overview of how this subject is addressed and taught at schools all over Europe.

Download the agenda here.


  • The Status of Traffic Safety and Mobility Education in Europe
    Frank Mütze (ETSC)
    Download the report here.
  • Bicycle Education is Like Learning to Swim
    Eddy Klynen (Flemish Foundation for Traffic Knowledge (VSV))
  • Proyecto Bici Escuela
    Julio Fernández Bernal (Local Police of Elche)
  • Fundación Mapfre: An innovative Learning Experience
    Fernando Camarero Rodríguez (Fundación MAPFRE)
  • Road Safety Education: The Dutch Way
    Wilma Slinger (CROW-KpVV)
  • Olimpiadas Escolares De Seguridad Vial
    Roberto Ramos (Fundación CNAE)
  • European Traffic Education Contest
    Marc Baertsch (FIA / TCS)
  • EASST Road Safety Education Pack
    Emily Carr (EASST)
  • Do it Right!
    Vassiliki Danelli-Mylona (Road Safety Institute Panos Mylonas)
  • Road Education for Compulsory Secondary Education
    Violeta Manso Pérez (DGT)
  • From Teacher Training to Curriculum Reform
    Laura Loikkanen (Finnish Road Safety Council (Liikenneturva))
  • “Risi & Ko”: Education Materials for Austrian Teacher
    Anita Eichhorn (Austrian Road Safety Board (KFV)