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C.A.S.H. - All Partner Meeting in Vilnius discussed upcoming project activities and planned dissemination of results

The C.A.S.H. All Partner Meeting was held in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 12- 13 January 2012. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the achievements and upcoming activities within the work packages as well as plans for the dissemination of the project activities and results. The meeting was also an excellent opportunity for project partners to interact in formal and informal ways, give feedback and come up with some fresh ideas for the final year ahead.

It was stated in many occasions that the work within the work packages is proceeding well. During the latest milestone, several joint exercises, staff exchanges, workshops and academic research activities have taken place. Now it is time to disseminate the results and "lessons learned". This applies for dissemination both inside and outside of the partner organizations. The partners were also encouraged to participate in different trade fairs and disseminate the results to their stakeholders.

The C.A.S.H. partners were very satisfied with the meeting and its arrangements - special thanks go to Vilnius Gediminas Technical University and its staff for organizing such a great event.

 

Two new C.A.S.H. publications announced

During the All Partner Meeting in Vilnius, two new C.A.S.H. publications were announced.  The C.A.S.H. report 3/2011 Analysis of Transport Risks is prepared by the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) Institute of Business Logistics and General Management. The report discusses road transport risks and presents control equipment used by police authorities in the road controls in the Baltic Sea Region.

See http://www.cash-project.eu/en/Publications

The C.A.S.H. Note 6 presents the results on study on the Traffic Safety, Driving Behavior and Attitudes of Drivers in Broader Crossing Heavy Goods Transport conducted by the Traffic Psychology Research Group at the University of Turku. The study concentrates on the HGV drivers' self-reported behavior and attitudes towards traffic safety issues, and also on the opinions of the police officers responsible on HGV control and law enforcement.  

See http://www.cash-project.eu/en/Publications


published 17.02.2012