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On 4 March, EuroRAP together with Project consortium partners, released the final results of Project SLAIN (Saving Lives Assessing and Improving TEN-T Road Network Safety) in 5 European countries including Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy and Spain

The project has included activities supporting Directive 2008/96/EC – risk maps on 8,000km of road, 4,000 carriageway kilometres of Star Rating and Safer road Investment Plans to help maximise lives saved, technical analyses and estimates on quality of the entire TEN-T network and production of a library of more than 100 case studies. It has triggered EUR 1.87 million in funding, including co-funding from the European motor industry and other partners.

The March Final Event provided an opportunity for all road safety stakeholders to discuss project outcomes and chart future strategic directions for Policy recommendations and Road Infrastructure Requirements.

Final Event Proceedings are now available for download:

ARTICLE: Access the Keynote Speeches article

RECORDING: Access the  Audio Recording
 Access the Video Recording

PROJECT RESULTS BROCHUREAccess the Final Project Results Brochure

PROJECT CASE STUDIES OF SUCCESS: Access the Case Studies of Success



Policy Perspectives and Recommendations 

EC Road Infrastructure Safety Management       Petros Petrou, DG MOVE Policy Officer Unit Road Safety

EIB Road Safety Policy                                          Per Mathiasen, EIB Senior Transport Engineer

Implementing RISM in ANAS Italy network          Ilaria M. Coppa, ANAS Head Transportation Planning Unit

SLAIN Introduction & Policy Recommendations  Lina Konstantinopoulou EuroRAP Secretary General

SLAIN and beyond Europe                                    Rob McInerney, iRAP CEO


Network wide Road Assessment results

SLAIN Crash Risk maps

Croatia                                                         Leonid Ljubotina, FPZ

Spain/ Catalonia                                         Joan Domingo, RACC/Maria Ciscar, SCT GenCAT

Greece                                                         Stelios Efstathiadis, RSI

Italy                                                              Barbara Bianchini, ANAS

Star Rating and investment plans

Croatia                                                         Bojan Jovanović, FPZ

Spain                                                            Alberto Menchon, DGT

Star Rating Estimation for UN Targets         Brian Lawton, iRAP

Case Studies around Europe                       Stelios Efstathiadis, RSI

SLAIN CAV readiness                                  Leonid Ljubotina, FPZ

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