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Results and Infographics for EuroRAP Project RADAR demonstrate how road infrastructure safety is being improved across 12 countries in the Danube region.

RADAR (Risk Assessment on Danube Area Roads) commenced in 2018 and is a €2.15 million project over 3-years to improve road infrastructure safety, support environmentally-friendly and safe transport systems and promote balanced accessibility of urban and rural areas. The project is identifying risk on road networks and producing plans to systematically reduce that risk by improving infrastructure and road layout. It is also providing training and encouraging transnational cooperation activities to help road safety stakeholders in the Danube area learn from the best.

Infographics have been produced for partner sharing on Safer Road Investment Plans, Vulnerable Road Users, Smart Speed Management Infrastructure and Road Safety near Schools in 9 languages.  They are available for download at

Training courses and study visits for road safety professionals are guiding project partners through the steps from analysing safety on their road network to defining road safety solutions that are cost effective and likely to generate the highest reduction of crashes and casualties.

The project involves 10 project partners and 11 associated Ministry and road authority partners as well as two international organisations South East Europe Transport Observatory and the European Union Strategy for Danube Region (Priority 1b – Rail-Road-Air Mobility).

Visit the RADAR Project website for information on the project and partners, promotional materials and to sign up for latest news at 

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