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News article23 March 20231 min read

Excellence in Road Safety Awards 2023 - deadline extended to 2 June 2023

Entries for the 2023 awards are now OPEN!

Do you have a road safety project or initiative that you think deserves EU-wide recognition?

Apply now to win a prestigious Excellence in Road Safety Award. Your award application will not only put you in with a chance to win a prestigious European award, but it will also help us to share good practices from across Europe.

You can inspire others and help build greater momentum towards our Vision Zero goal – reducing road deaths to almost zero by 2050.

Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on Thursday 19 October 2023 in Brussels, Belgium and online.

To create your submission you must be an existing member of the Charter and be logged into the website to access your account. You can then select 'Create an award submission' under 'My account' or alternatively once logged in, click here.

If you would like to create an award submission but are not yet a member, then join here.

The categories for 2023 are:

  • Best use of data to promote road safety
  • Best road safety project for road users with reduced mobility
  • Best project promoting fitness to drive
  • Best project supporting road safety in the e-commerce sector
  • Urban Road Safety Award (open to municipal, city and regional authorities).

So, if your road safety initiative deserves recognition then start your application today – applications close on Friday 2 June 2023.

If you are looking for some inspiration, check out our 2022 award winners here.

For more information and to read the submission guidance available in various European languages, see here.

In parallel, the European Road Safety Charter survey is running, helping to continually improve the service provided to members. Any support you can provide to share the survey would be hugely appreciated -



Publication date
23 March 2023
  • Public and stakeholder involvement
  • Safety and urban mobility
  • Europe-wide