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Project RADAR – Risk Assessment on Danube Area Roads – was part of the 4th International Stakeholder Conference called ‘The Danube Region Transport Days 2018’, which was held on December 4 and 5, 2018, in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

During the 2-day conference, project RADAR was presented by Lead Partner, Olivera Djordjević, European Institute for Road Assessment – EuroRAP (EIRA – EuroRAP), Sanja Leš, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences (FPZ), and Nina Petrič, Automobile and Motorcycle Association of Slovenia (AMZS).

Risk Mapping for safer and forgiving roads

The presentation of the RADAR project not only included its current activities and outputs, but it was also presented as a project that is built on a successful SEE SENSoR project. SENSoR developed the concepts of Risk Mapping, Star Rating of road safety and Safer Roads Investment Plans of selected countermeasures and their benefit cost ratios from a road survey of 19,000 km in SEE using Road Assessment Programme methodology. SENSoR demonstrated that it is possible to provide a “birds eye” view of network safety in the region.

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