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This first progress report summary is a result from when the Secretary-General was invited to inform the General Assembly about the implementation of the Second Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021–2030. It outlines the significant progress made in achieving the aims of the Decade between July 2022 and July 2023. It covers key developments at the international, regional and country levels related to the Global Plan and sets out the way forward in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

iRAP is referenced under summary point 24:

In the past year, implementation of new programmes under the International Road Assessment Programme, including road risk mapping, star rating and infrastructure investment planning, has been undertaken in 29 countries. Analysis from the Programme shows that 70 national and subnational road safety strategies and policies now include the road infrastructure star rating targets recommended in the Global Plan. In support of the global targets for three-star or better roads for all road users, Member States, partners and private sector toll-road operators have influenced the safety performance of an estimated $100 billion of road investments. 

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