Abbreviations

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EBU European Broadcasting Union
EC Examencommissie Innovam
ECF European Cyclists= Federation
ECMT European Conference of Ministers of Transport (staat ook bekend onder de Franse afkorting CEMT)
ECR Euro Contrôle Route
ELISAD European Association of Libraries and Information Services on Alcohol and other Drugs of abuse
EMA Educatieve Maatregel Alcohol en verkeer
Educational Measure Alcohol and Traffic The EMA consists of a three-day course that is imposed on drivers with relative high BACs and recidivists. Originally the EMA was imposed on a BAC between 1.3 and 2.1 g/l, but since 2000 it is between 1.3 and 1.8 g/l. In 2002 this became 0.8 and 1.3 g/l for novice drivers who have had their driving licence for less than five years. A study of the effectiveness of EMA showed an increased knowledge about drink driving among the participants, but no effect on recidivism.
EMIP European Market for Infrastructural Projects
ENFB Eerste Nederlandse Fietsersbond
EOC Examen-Opgave-Commissie (in het kader van de WRM)
EPA European Parking Association
ERSF European Road Safety Federation
ERTICO European Road Transport Telematics Implementation Coordination Organisation
ESA European Space Agency
ESB Elektronisch SnelheidsBeheersingssysteem
ESC Electronic Stability Control
ESF European Science Foundation
ESP Electronic Stability Program
ESTI European Society of Transport Institutes
ESV Enhanced Safety of Vehicles
ETSC European Transport Safety Council
ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute
ETW Erftoegangswegen
EU Europese Unie
EURET European Research in Transportation
EuroNCAP European New Car Assessment Programme
The European New Car Assessment Programme (EuroNCAP) promotes the collision safety (i.e. secondary safety) of cars. This test programme is organized by many consumer organizations, European governments, and test organizations and is subsidized by the EU. For the time being, EuroNCAP is a limited set of requirements for head-on and side collision safety, and for pedestrian safety. However, these requirements are quite a lot higher than the mandatory ones. The consequence of this is what is known as the '5 star system', in which the highest safety level is represented by 5 stars. EuroNCAP's purpose is to provide the consumer with a means of comparing. In practice, the vehicle manufacturers also keep an eye on this test system. They strive at achieving 5 stars, as well as an assessment that their vehicle is sufficiently pedestrian friendly.
Europia European Road Operation Preventing Involvement in Accidents
EuroRAP European Road Assessment Programme
EVI Elektronische Voertuigidentificatie
EVO EVO, Ondernemersorganisatie voor Logistiek en Transport
EVV Evaluatiemodule Verkeer en Vervoer