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High Impact RAPs

iRAP is the global umbrella organisation for a number of ‘x’RAPs – national or state Road Assessment Programmes (RAPs) – that bring together local experts, using local research and resources to eliminate high-risk roads in their countries, supported by the global iRAP Programme, tools, training and connections to world-leading expertise.

Whilst RAPs can be very different in their structure and focus, successful RAPs tend to have well-coordinated programme leadership and a focus on optimising road safety assessments, policy, capacity building, investment, road upgrades implementation, communications, advocacy and evaluation. They share a common goal to bring together government agencies, mobility, investment, research and NGO partners in their jurisdiction to build expertise and drive action to eliminate 1 and 2-star unsafe roads and ensure new roads are designed and constructed to the 3-star or better global standard for all road users.

This session will take a deep dive into the progress, experiences, learnings and achievements of AusRAP, ThaiRAP, BrazilRAP Sao Paulo and KSARAP shared for the mutual benefit of all partners working in countries.

Speakers will include:

Keith Simmons, Programme Manager, AusRAP
Topic: Coordinating for effective action (a Community of Practice led by a fully funded new Programme Manager), bolstering access to national data and publication commitments, and securing funding for upgrades on scale.

Carolina Mariano, Director of Planning, Department of Highways State of Sao Paulo
Topic: Launching BrazilRAP São Paulo (the first State RAP), the journey to launch, why a RAP, and upcoming plans.

Kasem Choocharukul, ThaiRAP Lead and Professor, Chulalongkorn University
Topic: ThaiRAP national assessments and progress, and empowering a local government to transform the safety of Bangkok city streets.

Eng Mohammed Al Abood, Head of Traffic Engineering and Safety Department, Ministry of Transport and Logistic Services and KSARAP Lead
Topic: Scaling up a national programme in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: The world’s largest assessment, exciting developments for NEOM and safer school journeys and upcoming plans.

Judy Williams, Global Programme and Communications Manager, iRAP
Topic: A quick fly around the world celebrating RAP developments in countries.

Greg Smith, Global Programme Director, iRAP
Topic: The latest on iRAP tools and initiatives supporting RAPs.

Don’t miss out!

Date: Wednesday, 3 July

Time: 8.00 AM – 9.00 AM Eastern Time / 2.00 PM – 3.00 PM Central European Time

Register now and see you there!

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