Approving the Inter-institutional Action Plan for the Implementation of the National Road Safety Development Programme for 2011-2017


Published: 2011-05-10

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Consolidated version as of 14-02-2015
 
 
GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA
 
Resolution No 1165
 
APPROVING THE INTER-INSTITUTIONAL ACTION PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR 2011-2017
 
5 October 2011
 
Vilnius
 
Acting in pursuance of Article 7 of the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Road Traffic Safety, the Government of the Republic of Lithuania  has resolved:
 
1. To approve the Inter-institutional Action Plan for the Implementation of the National Road Safety Development Programme for 2011-2017 (as appended).
 
 
 
Prime Minister                                                                  ANDRIUS KUBILIUS
 
 
 
 
 
Minister of Transport and Communications                     ELIGIJUS MASIULIS
 
 
APPROVED by Resolution No 1165
of 5 October 2011
of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania (amended by Resolution No 125 of 11 February 2015 of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania)
 
 
INTER-INSTITUTIONAL ACTION PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR 2011-2017
 
CHAPTER I
GENERAL PROVISIONS
 
1. The Inter-institutional Action Plan for the Implementation of the National Road Safety Development Programme for 2011-2017 (hereinafter referred to as the plan) has been developed in accordance with the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Road Traffic Safety, and for the purpose of the implementation of the Strategic Planning Methodology, approved by Resolution No 827 of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania of 6 June 2002 On the Strategic Planning Methodology, and the National Road Safety Development Programme for 2011-2017 (hereinafter referred to as the programme), approved by Resolution No 257 of 2 March 2011 of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania Approving the National Road Safety Development Programme for 2011-2017.
2. The plan seeks to achieve the strategic goal of the programme of improving the road traffic safety and bringing Lithuania among the top ten European Union countries with the lowest road users’ fatality rate per one million population (or under 60 deaths per one million population).
3. The plan focuses on the following areas:
3.1. improving road user behaviour on the roads – this includes road user education and compliance control in the area of traffic safety, the development of traffic safety culture skills in children at educational institutions, the increased quality in driving instruction, the development and training of road safety professionals and instructors, as well as the organising of road user compliance control, and the monitoring of dangerous and bully behaviour, drunk-driving of road users and speed compliance as well as the use of safety devices, light reflectors, and the observance of driving and rest time;
3.2. developing road safety – this includes the increased safety of road infrastructure for pedestrians, cyclists, drivers and passengers, speed management, road infrastructure safety inspections, as well as the reduction of the number of sections with high accident rate and the “black spots”;
3.3. improving the condition of the vehicle park – this includes the increased safety of vehicles, the monitoring of the technical condition of vehicles and the increased number of safer vehicles;
3.4. ensuring fast and efficient emergency assistance for road users – this includes a more efficient operation of rescue and medical services on the roads;
3.5. developing modern information technologies – this includes the improvement of traffic data management, traffic safety data collection and communication process, the development of intelligent transport systems.
4. It is expected that the achievement of the goals and the completion of the objectives provided for in the plan will create a transparent, efficient, result-oriented, information and communication technologies-based public administration system in line with the requirements and expectations of the people.
5. The implementation of the plan shall be coordinated by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (hereinafter referred to as the Ministry of Transport and Communications).
 
 
 
CHAPTER II
 
GOALS, OBJECTIVES, MEASURES, aLLOCATIONS, AND rESPONSIBLE INSTITUTIONS
 
No.
Goals, objectives and measures
2015 allocations (euros)
2016 allocations (euros)
2017 allocations (euros)
Responsible institution
total
including
total
including
total
including
costs
Asset acquisition
costs
Asset acquisition
costs
Asset acquisition
total
salaries
total
salaries
total
salaries
1.
The goal – to ensure education of road user in road safety
2 042 399
2 042 399
 
 
2 027 918
2 027 918
 
 
2 027 918
2 027 918
 
 
 
1.1.
The objective – to train road safety professionals and instructors, and develop their competence
34 754
34 754
 
 
20 273
20 273
 
 
20 273
20 273
 
 
 
1.1.1.
Measure –trainings for road safety professionals
20 273
20 273
 
 
20 273
20 273
 
 
20 273
20 273
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration under the Ministry of Transport and Communications (hereinafter referred to as the Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.1.2.
Measure – international and national conferences on road safety
14 481
14 481
 
 


 
 


 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications
1.2.
Objective – to develop child skills in road safety culture at educational establishments)
83 990
83 990
 
 
83 990
83 990
 
 
83 990
83 990
 
 
 
1.2.1.
Measure –Lithuanian pupils’ competition ‘Save young lives on the road’ aimed at development of pupils’ road safety skills
55 028
55 028
 
 
55 028
55 028
 
 
55 028
55 028
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.2.2.
Measure –Lithuanian pupils’ competition ‘Save young lives on the road’ aimed at development of pupils’ road safety skills
28 962
28 962
 
 
28 962
28 962
 
 
28 962
28 962
 
 
Ministry of Education and Science of RL (hereinafter referred to as Ministry of Education and Science)
1.3.
Objective – to educate the society
1 923 076
1 923 076
 
 
1 923 076
1 923 076
 
 
1 923 076
1 923 076
 
 
 
1.3.1.
Measure – annual publication of information on road safety situation in Lithuania
5 792
5 792
 
 
5 792
5 792
 
 
5 792
5 792
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.3.2.
Measure – road safety campaigns to encourage road user compliance with traffic rules and inform the public about the risks to health and life, as well as penalties
1 708 758
1 708 758
 
 
1 708 758
1 708 758
 
 
1 708 758
1 708 758
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.3.3.
The measure – informing the public about the purpose and benefit of speed cameras, as well as the location of the fixed speed control devices on the road
5 792
5 792
 
 
5 792
5 792
 
 
5 792
5 792
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.3.4.
Measure – road safety campaigns demonstrating, through special equipment, the benefits of vehicle safety devices
57 924
57 924
 
 
57 924
57 924
 
 
57 924
57 924
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.3.5.
Measure –  road safety educational projects (project ‘Saving lives on roads’ carried out in Lithuanian dioceses, deaneries, parishes; the project ‘Communal traffic safety’)
144 810
144 810
 
 
144 810
144 810
 
 
144 810
144 810
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.4.
Objective – to achieve quality in driving instruction
579
579
 
 
579
579
 
 
579
579
 
 
 
1.4.1.
Measure – setting up of a regular working group for examination and submission of proposals to improve the initial and additional instruction of motor vehicle drivers
579
579
 
 
579
579
 
 
579
579
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications
2.
Goal – to enforce road user compliance
39 099
15 929
 
23 170
39 099
15 929
 
23 170
39 099
15 929
 
23 170
 
2.1.
Objective – to organise road user compliance monitoring
23 170
 
 
23 170
23 170
 
 
23 170
23 170
 
 
23 170
 
2.1.1.
Measure – road safety campaigns encouraging road user compliance with traffic rules
23 170
 
 
23 170
23 170
 
 
23 170
23 170
 
 
23 170
Police Department under the Ministry of Internal Affairs (hereinafter referred to as the Police Department)
2.2.
Objective – to monitor observance of driving and rest time
15 929
15 929
 
 
15 929
15 929
 
 
15 929
15 929
 
 
 
2.2.1.
Measure – safe traffic campaigns encouraging observance of driving and rest time, involving increased inspection of passenger and commercial vehicles on E Network roads
15 929
15 929
 
 
15 929
15 929
 
 
15 929
15 929
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate under the Ministry of Transport and Communications (hereinafter referred to as State Road Transport Inspectorate)
3.
Goal – to increase safety of road infrastructure
8 905 815
564 759
 
8 341 056
8 905 815
564 759
 
8 341 056
8 905 815
564 759
 
8 341 056
 
3.1.
Objective – to increase road infrastructure safety for pedestrians and cyclists  
2 983 086
 
 
2 983 086
2 983 086
 
 
2 983 086
2 983 086
 
 
2 983 086
 
3.1.1.
Measure – to build or reconstruct pedestrian and/or bicycle paths near state roads
2 316 960
 
 
2 316 960
2 316 960
 
 
2 316 960
2 316 960
 
 
2 316 960
Ministry of Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.1.2.
Measure – illumination of state roads
666 126
 
 
666 126
666 126
 
 
666 126
666 126
 
 
666 126
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.2.
Objective – to increase road infrastructure safety for drivers and passengers
4 054 680
 
 
4 054 680
4 054 680
 
 
4 054 680
4 054 680
 
 
4 054 680
 
3.2.1.
Measure – partially or completely replacing the dangerous type of intersections or traffic arrangement schemes
2 461 770
 
 
2 461 770
2 461 770
 
 
2 461 770
2 461 770
 
 
2 461 770
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.2.2.
Measure – to increase roadside safety
1 592 910
 
 
1 592 910
1 592 910
 
 
1 592 910
1 592 910
 
 
1 592 910
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.3.
Objective – to control driving speed
1 592 910
289 620
 
1 303 290
1 592 910
289 620
 
1 303 290
1 592 910
289 620
 
1 303 290
 
3.3.1.
Measure –equipping roads of national significance with speed controlling devices
1 303 290
 
 
1 303 290
1 303 290
 
 
1 303 290
1 303 290
 
 
1 303 290
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.3.2.
Measure – installation of sectoral controlling speed meters
289 620
289 620
 
 
289 620
289 620
 
 
289 620
289 620
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.4.
Objective – reducing the number of sections with higher accident rate and ‘black spots’
86 886
86 886
 
 
86 886
86 886
 
 
86 886
86 886
 
 
 
3.4.1.
Measure –identification of sections with higher accident rate and ‘black spots’ on the roads of national significance
86 886
86 886
 
 
86 886
86 886
 
 
86 886
86 886
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.5.
Objective – to carry out safety inspections of road infrastructure
188 253
188 253
 
 
188 253
188 253
 
 
188 253
188 253
 
 
 
3.5.1.
Measure – following the established procedure, carrying out of road safety audit and road safety impact assessment when building and reconstructing roads
101 367
101 367
 
 
101 367
101 367
 
 
101 367
101 367
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.5.2.
Measure – carrying out road safety inspections
86 886
86 886
 
 
86 886
86 886
 
 
86 886
86 886
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
4.
Goal – to increase vehicle safety
39 678
39 678
 
 
44 022
44 022
 
 
44 022
44 022
 
 
 
4.1.
Objective –to carry out checks of technical condition of vehicles
39 099
39 099
 
 
43 443
43 443
 
 
43 443
43 443
 
 
 
4.1.1.
Measure – improved monitoring of mandatory technical inspections (through different means of modern information technologies)
10 137
10 137
 
 
14 481
14 481
 
 
14 481
14 481
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate)
4.1.2.
Measure – organising inspections of the technical condition of commercial vehicles on the road
28 962
28 962
 
 
28 962
28 962
 
 
28 962
28 962
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate)
4.2.
Objective –to seek for an increase in the number of safe vehicles across the country
579
579
 
 
579
579
 
 
579
579
 
 
 
4.2.1.
Measure – to encourage acquisition of newer and safer vehicles
579
579
 
 
579
579
 
 
579
579
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications)
5.
Goal –ensure fast and efficient emergency assistance to the injured persons
839 898
28 962
 
810 936
839 898
28 962
 
810 936
839 898
28 962
 
810 936
 
5.1.
Objective – to improve the work of rescue services on the roads
839 898
28 962
 
810 936
839 898
28 962
 
810 936
839 898
28 962
 
810 936
 
5.1.1.
Measure – training on rescue work carried out on the accident scene
28 962
28 962
 
 
28 962
28 962
 
 
28 962
28 962
 
 
Ministry of the Interior of RL (hereinafter referred to as Ministry of Interior) (Fire Safety and Rescue Department under the Ministry of the Interior (hereinafter referred to as Fire Safety and Rescue Department)
5.1.2.
Measure – provide rescue services with  rescue kits
231 696
 
 
231 696
231 696
 
 
231 696
231 696
 
 
231 696
Ministry of Interior (Fire Safety and Rescue Department)
5.1.3.
Measure – provide rescue services with rescue vehicles
579 240
 
 
579 240
579 240
 
 
579 240
579 240
 
 
579 240
Ministry of Interior (Fire Safety and Rescue Department)
6.
Goal – to improve traffic data management
347 544
318 582
 
28 962
347 544
318 582
 
28 962
347 544
318 582
 
28 962
 
6.1.
Objective – to introduce and develop intelligent transport systems (ITS)
347 544
318 582
 
28 962
347 544
318 582
 
28 962
347 544
318 582
 
28 962
 
6.1.1.
Measure – to introduce, develop and maintain the information system on the roads of national significance (improve data collection, dissemination, and maintain the system)
43 443
43 443
 
 
43 443
43 443
 
 
43 443
43 443
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
6.1.2.
Measure – development of traffic information and management centre of the roads of national significance
43 443
43 443
 
 
43 443
43 443
 
 
43 443
43 443
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
6.1.3.
Measure – introduction and maintenance of ITS traffic management and monitoring devices on the roads of national significance
260 658
231 696
 
28 962
260 658
231 696
 
28 962
260 658
231 696
 
28 962
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
7.
Total State budget of the Republic of Lithuania, including:
12 214 433
3 010 309
 
9 204 124
12 204 296
3 000 172
 
9 204 124
12 204 296
3 000 172
 
9 204 124
 
7.1.
Co-financing
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7.2.
European Union and other international financial assistance
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7.3.
Earmarked funds and income contributions
1 708 758
1 708 758
 
 
1 708 758
1 708 758
 
 
1 708 758
1 708 758
 
 
 
8.
Other sources (European Union financial assistance for project implementation, and other legitimate funding)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total for the funding of the plan (7+8)
12 214 433
3 010 309
 
9 204 124
12 204 296
3 000 172
 
9 204 124
12 204 296
3 000 172
 
9 204 124
 
 
CHAPTER III
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA AND THEIR VALUES
 
No
Evaluation criteria and measurement units of goals and objectives
Values of assessment criteria
Responsible institution
2015
2016
2017
1.
Goal – road user education in traffic safety
 
 
 
 
R-1-1
Impact of road safety education tools, their awareness and accessibility (percentage share of respondents, who themselves or their children changed attitude and behaviour as a result of the road safety education or information tools)
80
85
90
Ministry of Education and Science, Ministry of Transport and Communications, Police Department
1.1.
Objective – to train road safety professionals and instructors, and develop their competence
 
 
 
 
P-1-1-1
Number of trainings for traffic professionals (psc)
7
4
3
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-1-1-2
Number of organised international and/or national events on road safety issues (psc)


1
Ministry of Transport and Communications
1.2.
Objective – to develop child skills in road safety culture at educational establishments
 
 
 
 
P-1-2-1
Number of participants in the Lithuanian pupils’ competition ‘Save young lives on the road’ per year (psc)
40 000
50 000
50 000
Ministry of Education and Science, Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.3.
Objective – to educate the society
 
 
 
 
P-1-3-1
Number of issues of information publications on road safety situation (psc)
1
1
1
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-1-3-2
Number (psc) of road safety campaigns assisted by the media in order to encourage polite conduct of road users on the road
1
1
1
Ministry of Transport and Communications
P-1-3-3
Number of road safety campaigns assisted by the media and directed against driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or other psychotropic substances (psc)
1
1
1
Ministry of Transport and Communications
P-1-3-4
Number of road safety campaigns assisted by the media and encouraging compliance with the allowed speed limits (psc)
1
1
1
Ministry of Transport and Communications
P-1-3-5
Sources of information about the purpose and benefit of automatic speed measuring devices and the location of fixed speed meters on the road (websites, media, information brochures, satellite navigation equipment, etc.) (psc)
1


Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-1-3-6
Number of road safety campaigns assisted by the media and encouraging the use of car, motorcycle, bicycle safety devices or other compulsory safety measures (psc)
1
1
1
Ministry of Transport and Communications
P-1-3-7
Number of road safety campaigns for demonstrating the benefit of car safety devices (psc)
10
20
20
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-1-3-8
Number of road safety campaigns assisted by the media and encouraging the use of reflectors and to wear clothes with light reflecting elements(psc)
1
1
1
Ministry of Transport and Communications
P-1-3-9
Number of road safety educational projects ‘Saving lives on roads’ and ‘Communal traffic safety’) (psc)
2
2
2
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
1.4.
Objective – to achieve quality in driving instruction
 
 
 
 
P-1-4-1
Annual rate of individuals having passed their practical driving test at first attempt (percentage)
60
65
70
Ministry of Transport and Communications
P-1-4-2
Number of inspections of driving schools (psc)
75
75
75
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate)
P-1-4-3
Number of inspections of companies and organisations involved in additional driving instruction (psc)
25
25
25
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate)
P-1-4-4
Number of inspections of driving instructor’s vehicles (psc)
800
800
800
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate)
2.
Goal – to ensure road user compliance control
 
 
 
 
R-2-1
Declining violations due to traffic safety campaigns focussing on road user compliance control (percentage)
5
5
5
Police Department
2.1.
Objective – to organise road user compliance control
 
 
 
 
P-2-1-1
Number of police units equipped with modern traffic control devices (psc)
11
11
11
Police Department
P-2-1-2
Number of road safety campaigns targeted at drivers under influence of alcohol, drugs and other psychotropic substances (psc)
23
23
23
Police Department
P-2-1-3
Number of road safety campaigns targeted at drivers exceeding the allowed speed limits (psc)
13
13
13
Police Department
2.2.
Objective – to monitor observance of driving and rest time
 
 
 
 
P-2-2-1
Inspection of the number of days worked by drivers under Regulation (EC) No 561/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 March 2006 on the harmonisation of certain social legislation relating to road transport and amending Council Regulations (EEC) No 3821/85 and (EC) No 2135/98 and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 3820/85  (OJ 2006 L 102, p. 1) (psc)
228 000
227 000
228 000
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate)
3.
Goal – to increase safety of road infrastructure
 
 
 
 
R-3-1
Number of ‘black spots’ reduced against 2010 (percentage)
75
80
85
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.1.
Objective – to increase road infrastructure safety for pedestrians and cyclists
 
 
 
 
P-3-1-1
Pedestrian and/or bicycle paths built or reconstructed (in km)
10
10
10
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-3-1-2
Illuminating dangerous road sections (km)
4
4
3
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.2.
Objective – to increase road infrastructure safety for drivers and passengers
 
 
 
 
P-3-2-1
Number of reconstructed dangerous intersections (psc)
5
6
6
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-3-2-2
Length of road sections with increased roadside safety (in km)
17
17
18
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.3.
Objective – to control driving speed
 
 
 
 
P-3-3-1
Number of speed controlling devices equipped on the roads of national significance (psc)
50
40
40
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-3-3-2
Number of sectoral speed meters (psc)
4
 
 
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.4.
Objective – reduce the number of road sections with high accident rates and ‘black spots’
 
 
 
 
P-3-4-1
Identification of sections with higher accident rate and ‘black spots’ on the roads of national significance (times)
1
1
1
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
3.5.
Objective – to carry out safety inspections of road infrastructure
 
 
 
 
P-3-5-1
Number of audits and road safety impact assessments on the roads of national significance (psc)
52
52
50
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-3-5-2
Length of roads of national significance with safety inspections carried out (km)
3 200
3 200
3 300
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
4.
Goal – to increase vehicle safety
 
 
 
 
R-4-1
Percentage of vehicles meeting the obligatory technical requirements at first inspection (percentage)
60
65
70
Ministry of Transport and Communications
4.1.
Objective – to inspect the technical condition of vehicles
 
 
 
 
P-4-1-1
On-road checks to verify with special equipment whether vehicles (N1, N2, N3, M2, M3) are in compliance with mandatory technical requirements (psc)
1 800
2 100
2 400
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate)
P-4-1-2
Number of weighed heavy and measured large-scale vehicles (psc)
6 500
6 700
6 700
Ministry of Transport and Communications (State Road Transport Inspectorate)
4.2.
Objective – to increase the number of safe cars in the vehicle park:
 
 
 
 
P-4-2-1
Annual average vehicle age (years)
13
12
11
Ministry of Transport and Communications
P-4-2-2
Declining number of accidents caused by technical incompliance of vehicles with mandatory requirements against 2012 (percentage)
30
40
50
Ministry of Transport and Communications
5.
Goal – to ensure fast and efficient emergency assistance to injured persons
 
 
 
 
R-5-1
The lapse of time between the emergency call to the Emergency Response Centre (ERC) and the actual arrival of the rescue team to the emergency scene (percentage all calls): up to 8 minutes for ERC-managed fire and rescue forces to arrive at the scene in urban residential areas, up to 18 minutes in rural areas; up to 10 minutes for ERC-managed medical aid to arrive at the scene in urban residential areas; up to 20 minutes in rural areas
at least 75
at least 77
at least 80
Ministry of Interior (Fire Safety and Rescue Department)
5.1.
Objective – to improve the work of rescue services on the roads
 
 
 
 
P-5-1-1
Number of rescue kits acquired (psc)
8
8
8
Ministry of Interior (Fire Safety and Rescue Department)
P-5-1-1
Number of special rescue vehicles acquired (psc)
2
2
2
Ministry of Interior (Fire Safety and Rescue Department)
6.
Goal – to improve traffic data management
 
 
 
 
R-6-1
Share of traffic data sources readily accessible to all the authorities concerned (percent)
82
91
100
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration, State Road Transport Inspectorate, Police Department
6.1.
Objective – to introduce and develop intelligent transport systems (ITS)
 
 
 
 
P-6-1-1
Capabilities of road weather conditions information system and the fixed speed meter system (in percentage)
100
100
100
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
P-6-1-2
The development of the traffic information system and the system for speed management and warning through electronic road signs (in percentage).
60
70
80
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuanian Road Administration)
 
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