The Road Safety Institute “Panos Mylonas” is the Greek partner in the CEF SLAIN Project (Saving Lives Assessing and Improving TEN-T Road Network Safety), with EuroRAP being the Project’s coordinator. One of the Project’s objectives is to assess the Safety Performance Management of the TEN-T core road network. Currently, assessments take place in 4 European countries: Croatia, Italy, Greece, and Spain.
On the 24th of June, The Road Safety Institute “Panos Mylonas” President, Mrs. Vassiliki Danelli-Mylona, and her Associates provided the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport in Greece with the country’s latest risk maps under the SLAIN Project. With the adoption of the risk maps by the Ministry, Greece is in line with the requirements of the Road Infrastructure Safety Management (RISM) Directive. The latter is a core basis for the SLAIN Project’s objectives.
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