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Forbes’ article “Road Innovation From Sweden Saves Lives Around The Globe” features EuroRAP’s work. The article is dedicated to the Swedish 2+1 road design that influenced other countries and saved thousands of lives. iRAP, the EuroRAP umbrella organisation, recommends 2+1 installations in a range of countries.

EuroRAP Secretary-General Lina Konstantinopoulou endorses Sweden for having dramatically reduced road crashes due to this design. “The 2+1 design is an important countermeasure for road engineers and designers and will be key to helping countries meet the United Nations Global Road Safety Performance Targets,” Mrs. Konstantinopoulou said.

In Stockholm, in February, several days before the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety, Mrs. Konstantinopoulou gave the prestigious iRAP Global Innovation Award to Sweden’s Minister for Infrastructure Tomas Eneroth.

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