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More innovative Polish roads
04.08.2015

The results of the competition in the Joint Venture "Development of Road Innovations" have been announced. The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR) and the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways (GDDKiA) will allocate nearly PLN 40 million on R&D projects aimed at developing road construction and repair technologies, and improving the safety of road users read more »

Fracture Mechanics and Creep
30.07.2015

Mechanical Research Laboratory of Centre for Material Testing of Motor Transport Institute has extended the range of tests  on  the following experiments: determination of a resistance of engineering materials on fracture toughness on the basis of the Stress Intensity Factor (SIF) and its critical value, Crack Tip Opening Displacement (CTOD) at a various temperature read more »

Meeting with the delegation from Land of Bremen
30.06.2015

The scientific research and implementation  activity in the field of road transport and potential cooperation in the context of scientific clusters were the main objectives of the MTI’s management meeting with representatives of the Land of Bremen read more »

The meeting inaugurating the aDrive project
12.06.2015

On 11 June at the headquarters of the Motor Transport Institute the meeting was held to inaugurate the aDrive project - "Innovative simulation technologies to evaluate vehicles driving automation systems in terms of road traffic safety" read more »

eMAP project - seminar
15.05.2015

On the 14 May,  Motor Transport Institute organized seminar at its headquarters, entitled: "Electromobility - market scenarios of the potential market developments and political challenges" read more »

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An analysis of Poland\'s road accidents shows that the government\'s current drink driving policy pursued consistently over the years is proving effective. Between 2000 and 2012 accidents caused by drunk drivers dropped by 55.4%, fatalities by 54.7% and injuries by 56.9%