Detalji projekta

Safer Bicycle Routes in Danube Area – SABRINA project



Europski-regionalni ERDF/European-regional ERDF

Program/Programme: Danube Transnational Programme (DTP)
Trajanje/Duration: 01/07/2020 – 31/12/2022
Iznos financiranja/Funding: 2,086,019.00 € (ERDF: 1,701,992.40 €, ENI: 71,123.75 €)
Ukupna vrijednost projekta/Project value: 2,086,019.00 €
Uloga fakulteta/Faculty role: Partner
Voditelj/ica projekta na Fakultetu/Faculty coordinator: Sanja Leš, mag. iur.
Web stranice projekta/Project website: http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/SABRINA

Fakultet prometnih znanosti Sveučilišta u Zagrebu jedan je od 11 projektnih partnera i 4 pridružena strateška partnera ujedinjena u partnerstvu projekta SABRINA – Safer Bicycle Routes in Danube Area. Projekt se izvodi u okviru Programa transnacionalne suradnje Interreg Dunav, a sufinanciran je sredstvima Europske unije (ERDF, ENI).

Biciklistička infrastruktura u Podunavlju uglavnom je u ranoj fazi razvoja, posebno izvan glavnih urbanih područja. S obzirom na koristi koje biciklizam ima za okoliš, turizam, zdravlje, multimodalnost u prometu itd., Ta je činjenica i razvojna prilika i znatan sigurnosni rizik ako se na odgovarajući način ne riješi.

Projekt SABRINA usredotočen je na sigurnost cestovne infrastrukture za bicikliste kao jednog od najosjetljivijih sudionika u prometu. Bavi se pitanjima sigurnosti biciklističke infrastrukture na postojećim, planiranim i nestalim biciklističkim koridorima koji prelaze devet zemalja dunavske regije. Cca. Pregledat će se 5000 km biciklističkih ruta pomoću posebno opremljenih vozila, softvera i obučenih analitičara. Cilj nam je poboljšati uvjete za sigurnost cestovne biciklističke infrastrukture u regiji podizanjem kapaciteta svih relevantnih nacionalnih, regionalnih i lokalnih dionika za izgradnju i poboljšanje biciklističke infrastrukture na siguran i održiv način.


University of Zagreb Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences is one of the 11 project partners and 4 associated strategic partners united in a partnership of a project SABRINA – Safer Bicycle Routes in Danube Area. The project runs in the framework of the Danube Transnational Programme (Interreg) and is co-funded by European Union Funds (ERDF, ENI).

Cycling infrastructure in the Danube region is largely in an early stage of development, especially outside of the major urban areas. Given the benefits that cycling has on the environment, tourism, health, transport multimodality, etc. this fact is both a development opportunity and a substantial safety risk if not properly addressed.

The SABRINA project focuses on road infrastructure safety for cyclists as one of the most vulnerable road users. It tackles cycling infrastructure safety issues on existing, planned, and missing cycling corridors crossing nine countries in the Danube region. Approx. 5000 km of bicycle routes will be inspected using specially equipped vehicles, software, and trained analysts. Our goal is to improve conditions for road bicycle infrastructure safety in the region by raising the capacities of all relevant national, regional, and local stakeholders to build and improve bicycle infrastructure in a safe and sustainable way.


The SABRINA Project Partners:

  • European Institute of Road Assessment – EuroRAP (Lead Partner; Slovenia)
  • The University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences (Croatia)
  • Austrian Road Safety Board (Austria)
  • Westpannon Regional and Economic Development Public Nonprofit Ltd. (Hungary)
  • Partnership for Urban Mobility (Czech Republic)
  • Green Revolution Association (Romania)
  • Municipality Ilirska Bistrica
  • Agile Transport Analysis S.R.L. (Romania)
  • Automobile Club of Moldova (Moldova)
  • Club “Sustainable Development of Civil Society” (Bulgaria)
  • Ekopolis Foundation (Slovakia)


Associated Strategic Partners:

  • Ministry of the Sea, Transport, and Infrastructure (Croatia)
  • Ministry of Regional Development (Czech Republic)
  • Ministry of Transport (Czech Republic)
  • Ministry of Infrastructure (Slovenia)



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