At iRAP’s heart is a commitment to a spirit of cooperation between organisations involved in making roads safe. iRAP works closely with automobile associations, governments, funding agencies, research institutes and other non-government community organisations to ensure that projects benefit from broad support and diverse expertise. iRAP is extremely grateful for the support of all our partners.
Our lifesaving work is only possible through the great generosity of key donors and supporters.
|The FIA Foundation provides core funding for the programme and ensures the iRAP core methodology and tools are freely available worldwide.|
|The Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) has funded initiatives and projects that have supported the development of iRAP and update of the iRAP methodology worldwide.|
|3M provides funding support for Star Rating for Schools (SR4S) as a Programme Partner.|
|Prudence Foundation provides funding support for Star Rating for Schools (SR4S) as a Programme Partner.|
|FedEx provided funding that enabled the creation of the iRAP Partner Portal and Resources for RAPs and supported IndiaRAP.|
iRAP also benefits greatly from the goodwill of many other individuals and research organisations around the world who are committed to saving lives through safer roads.
iRAP welcomes the opportunity to discuss opportunities for donors to support its life saving work.
iRAP’s work is supported by a range of influential key development and policy partners with whom we have agreements and project level partnerships in place. Their leadership and support is invaluable in enabling our life saving safer roads projects to become a reality.
Centres of Excellence
iRAP’s protocols and models benefit from the evidence-based research undertaken by world leading road safety research experts. The Centres of Excellence are peak organisations that demonstrate excellence in road safety engineering and are focused on activities for the public good.
Being an iRAP Centre of Excellence is an opportunity offered to only a select few research institutions. Centres of Excellence are selected for their calibre, recognized global status and relevance. There are no fees associated with being an iRAP Centre of Excellence.
|Australian Road Research Board Group (ARRB)||Australia||www.arrb.com.au|
|Chulalongkorn University (Chula)||Thailand||www.eng.chula.ac.th|
|Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of Zagreb (FPZ)||Croatia||www.fpz.unizg.hr|
|Korea Transport Institute (KOTI)||South Korea||koti.re.kr|
|Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS)||Malaysia||www.miros.gov.my|
|Mexican Institute of Transportation (El Instituto Mexicano del Transporte) (IMT)||Mexico||www.gob.mx/imt|
|MRI Global||United States of America||www.mriglobal.org|
|Research Institute of Highway (RIOH)||China||www.rioh.cn|
Star Rating for Schools (SR4S)
The Lead Partners are world-leading NGO’s involved in school road safety that have supported SR4S development.
iRAP is a member of several organisations and initiatives that support the promotion of safer roads.
|iRAP holds Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council|
|iRAP is a member of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration|
|iRAP is a member of the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety|
|iRAP is a member of the World Road Association (PIARC)|