The final conference of the EuroRAP RADAR Project will be held online on 23 September and share results of risk assessments and activities to improve road infrastructure safety across 12 Danube countries.
Themed “Striving for Safer Infrastructure for all Road Users in the Danube Area”, the conference will profile findings of the project for the countries of Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Hungary, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Montenegro and Croatia.
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 has identified risk on road networks and produced plans to systematically reduce risk by improving infrastructure and road layout. It has also delivered training and encouraged transnational cooperation activities to help road safety stakeholders in the region learn from best practice.
RADAR is being delivered by Slovenia-based European Institute of Road Assessment (EIRA) and 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). It is co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI).
Registrations are invited for the conference to be held in Slovenia and online. For more information and to register, click here.
For more information on the Project visit http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/radar/