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Marko Ševrović

Associate professor Marko Ševrović has more than 20 years of experience working on different transport planning, road infrastructure design and road safety projects. During his bachelor studies at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of Zagreb in 2004. he started working at the Institute of Transport and Communications in Zagreb, where he worked as an expert associate in the field of transport planning, transport network design and GIS. His early professional interests in transport involved novel approaches to road use charging schemes and roadside equipment inventory video surveying and that directed him towards research of GNSS and development of specific GIS application, such as developing georeferenced video surveying equipment and implementation of EuroRAP protocols in Croatia.

In 2010 he started a position at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences (FPZ) where he continued his work on Transport planning and Road Safety. He obtained his PhD on GNSS Road Tolling schemes design in 2014. and since then is holding a position of Head of Department for Transport Planning.

Marko was a Project Manager and principal road safety engineer on many Transport planning projects in Croatia and EuroRAP/iRAP and Road Safety related projects including performing all iRAP protocols and capacity building trainings in Croatia, England, Qatar, Lebanon, Ghana, Ethiopia, Senegal, Bosnia and others. He also worked on several EU funded project related to the road infrastructure safety such as SENSOR, RADAR, SLAIN, NETSAFETY and currently Horizon Europe projects PHOEBE and ELABORATOR.



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