A world free of high-risk roads

The International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) is a registered charity dedicated to saving lives by eliminating high risk roads throughout the world. Like many life-saving charities working in the public health arena, we use a robust, evidence-based approach to prevent unnecessary deaths and suffering.

iRAP works in partnership with governments, road authorities, mobility clubs, development banks, NGOs and research organisations to:

  • Inspect high-risk roads and develop Star Ratings, Risk Maps and Safer Roads Investment Plans
  • Provide training, technology and support that will build and sustain national, regional and local capability
  • Track road safety performance so that funding agencies can assess the benefits of their investments.

iRAP has released its Plan for the Second Decade of Action for Road Safety to save 2,000,000+ people from death or injury, make 200,000+km of roads safer and influence USD$200 billion of road infrastructure investment to save lives in the next 10 years. iRAP’s Plan is aligned to the Global Plan for the Decade of Action launched in October 2021, of which achieving 3-star or better journeys is one of 5 key areas for action.

Latest news from around the world

CycleRAP presented at the Micromobility Conference 2022 – Introducing an infrastructure risk evaluation model for cyclists

On Friday 25 November, iRAP’s Global Innovation Manager and Cities Specialist Monica Olyslagers spoke at the Micromobility Conference 2022, in Sydney, Australia. Monica introduced CycleRAP to the Australian audience in her 5 minute presentation ‘Introducing an...

New Urban Countermeasures available in ViDA – watch pre-recorded webinar to find out more!

Last week, over 70 people from around the world attended the Demonstration of Urban Investment Plans webinar – the majority of attendees were from the UK however there was also representation from Japan, Thailand, Zambia, USA, Bolivia, Denmark, Georgia, Uganda and...

SABRINA project, “Safer Bicycle Routes in the Danube Region Final Conference Summary

Press release: How can we have safer cycling routes in the Danube area?Bucharest, 23 November 2022 The final conference of the SABRINA project, "Safer Bicycle Routes in the Danube Region", an event organised in cooperation with the European Strategy for the Danube...

iRAP CEO joins the Re:act Advisory Group – raising awareness of road safety issues facing 16-25 yo

In November 2022, iRAP CEO joined the Re:act Advisory Group. Re:act is a program that challenges university and college students to raise awareness of road safety issues facing 16-25 year olds, change behaviours and make all road users safe. Since 2016, the annual...

You’re invited: Get up-to-date on Road Safety in Africa and the implementation of National Frameworks for 2030

iRAP partners are encouraged to attend the upcoming "Consultative Workshop for African Road Safety: Develop and Implement National Road Safety Frameworks for the Decade 2021-2030" to be hosted online on 30 November from 11:00 – 14:00 EAT (9:00 – 12:00 CET) by...

Youth Engagement App training launch allows young voices to champion safer mobility

Image credits: AIP Foundation As part of the AIP Foundation’s innovative Big Data road safety program, AI&Me: Empowering youth for safer roads, AIP Foundation, iRAP and the Ministry of Transport (MOT) hosted the first hands-on training of the Youth Engagement APP...

Gambia’s 2030 Strategy includes 3-star or better target

iRAP congratulates Gambia's Ministry of Transport, Works and Infrastructure and the Gambian Road Safety Committee on their 2020-2030 National Road Safety Strategy with a 3-star or better targets for national highways aligned to UN Global Road Safety Performance...

Rob McInerney’s contribution to the Transport Profession recognised by ITE-ANZ

iRAP CEO Rob McInerney has been awarded an esteemed "Contribution to the Transport Profession" Award by the Institute of Transportation Engineers - Australia and New Zealand (ITE-ANZ). The award was presented last night during the annual ITE-ANZ President's Dinner in...

FRED team back in Chad

iRAP Accredited Supplier FRED Engineering is returning to Chad a few months after closing a project for the EIB to undertake a World Bank funded project to perform a Road Safety Data Review and Technical Road Infrastructure Safety Study. The EIB project involved...

MInfra institutes 5-year agenda for road safety on Brazil’s highways including iRAP

Republished with machine translation from https://www.gov.br/ The Federal Government of Brazil has instituted a landmark Five Year Permanent Agenda for Road Safety which aims to promote actions and public policies to prevent road crashes on highways, with iRAP...

Road Assessment Programmes (RAP) are now active in more than 100 countries throughout Europe, Asia Pacific, North, Central and South America and Africa. The programme is the umbrella organisation for:

iRAP is financially supported by the FIA Foundation for the Automobile and Society. Projects receive support from the World Bank’s Global Road Safety Facility, mobility clubs, regional development banks and donors. Our partners, charities, the motor industry and institutions such as the European Commission also support RAPs in the developed world and encourage the transfer of research and technology to iRAP. In addition, many individuals donate their time and expertise to support iRAP.

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The International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) IS A REGISTERED CHARITY WITH UN ECOSOC CONSULTATIVE STATUS
iRAP is registered in England and Wales under company number 05476000
Charity number 1140357

Registered office: 60 Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DS
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