Desire to start again. In safety.
A digital forum to promote road safety with speeches and stories from companies, institutions, local authorities and exceptional testimonials.
A4 Holding S.p.A. and Athesis Publishing Group announce the Road Safety Forum 2021, an event to promote road safety.
The desire to start again is there, especially in safety. This is the mission of A4 Holding, which the Athesis Group has chosen to support by jointly organising the Digital Forum 2021 on Road Safety.
On 30 November from 10 a.m. the 2021 edition of the A4 Holding Road Safety Forum will take place, a series of speeches, stories from companies, institutions, bodies and associations of the area and testimonials live from the Athesis Group production centre in Verona. The event will be streamed on the websites and Facebook pages of Athesis newspapers (L'Arena, Il Giornale di Vicenza and Bresciaoggi), on Telemantova's website and related Facebook page, on A4 Holding's socials and on the Veneto and Lombardy pages of the ANSA.it website. The event will be broadcast deferred on Telearena and Telemantova.
The forum will include a series of speeches starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday 30 November. Mario Puliero, director of Telearena and Radio Verona, will open the work. He will introduce the first panel dedicated to road safety objectives and commitments for street safety with the interventions of Gonzalo Alcalde Rodriguez, president of A4 Holding, Alessia Rotta, MP and president of the Environment Territory and Public Works Commission, and Elisa De Berti Vice-President of the Veneto Region and councillor for transport and infrastructure.
The day's programme continues with a round table moderated by the editor-in-chief of Il Giornale di Vicenza, Luca Ancetti, in which will discuss experts such as Riccardo Rossi of the MOBE Study Center 'Mobility and Behavior' - University of Padua, Giulio Maternini, director of CESCAM Study Center Città Amica - University of Brescia, and Marco Muraro, Commercial Director of Roadlink and member of Visione Sicurezza.
There will then be a presentation of data from the Driving Styles Observatory by the General Manager of Autostrada Brescia Verona Vicenza Padua, Bruno Chiari. This will be followed by Girolamo Lacquaniti spokesman of the National Association of Police Officials and commander of the Verona Traffic Police, Luigi Altamura commander of the Verona Local Police, Luca Baldani Guerra Coordinator of the Category System of Confartigianato Imprese Verona, Maurizio Petris provincial manager of the Confartigianato Vicenza mobility system, and Maurizio Acri managing director of Vetrocar, who will discuss the topic 'Unplugged from bad habits: smartphones and other dangerous behaviours', moderated by Maurizio Cattaneo, editor of L'Arena and Bresciaoggi.
The Forum will conclude with two interviews by Mario Puliero: the first to the president of the Verona Strada Sicura Association, Massimiliano Maculan, and the second with Stefano Raimondi, a multiple Paralympic champion with his personal experience and story of restart.
The Road Safety Forum is organised by A4 Holding, promoted by Gruppo editoriale Athesis, with the participation of Autostrada Brescia Verona Vicenza Padova, CESCAM, Confartigianato Verona, Confartigianato Vicenza, MOBE Study Center "Mobility and Behavior"- University of Padua, Roadlink, Verona Strada Sicura and with the contribution of VetroCar. Media Partner, ANSA.