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iRAP appoints new CFO

iRAP appoints new CFO

Shona Holroyd has been appointed as iRAP’s new Chief Finance Officer. Shona, who has 27 years of experience in finance, is returning to iRAP after four years working in senior financial roles in the UK oil industry. She served as iRAP’s first CFO from 2007-2013 and...
Do you want to stop road deaths – here’s how!

Do you want to stop road deaths – here’s how!

Do you want to play a key role in stopping deaths and serious injuries on the road in your country or state? If so, a new resource from the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) could be your springboard to success! ‘Developing a Locally Owned and Led...
Don’t miss these great events!

Don’t miss these great events!

Are you a roads professional who is looking to keep up-to-date with the latest developments? If so, here are some great upcoming events that you won’t want to miss!    Australasian Road Safety Conference is taking place between 10-12 October 2017 in Perth,...
Coding manual now available in Thai

Coding manual now available in Thai

iRAP’s coding manual – one of the core resources for its life-saving work around the world – is now available in Thai. The new language version is part of a concerted drive by iRAP to make key publications as widely available as possibly in local language versions to...
iRAP Malaysia receives 5-Star Performer Award

iRAP Malaysia receives 5-Star Performer Award

MIROS iRAP Malaysia has been awarded the 2017 iRAP 5-Star Performer Award presented at the Road Safety in Asia Conference held 22-23 August in Manila. iRAP Malaysia launched its 2017 iRAP Malaysia: Star Rating Results of Malaysian Inter-Urban Expressways Report this...
IndiaRAP plans taking shape with AITD

IndiaRAP plans taking shape with AITD

Improving road safety performance is a big focus of the India Government and Transport Minister, Hon. Nitin Gadkari. In meetings with iRAP CEO Rob McInerney he reinforced his commitment to passing critical traffic safety laws for the country and discussed the upcoming...
Key learning opportunity for roads engineers

Key learning opportunity for roads engineers

There will be an excellent opportunity to learn about the iRAP methodology at at the University of Birmingham in England between 13-17 November. The five day postgraduate/continuing development course is organised by iRAP in collaboration with the University. It is...
Local authorities on track to make England’s roads safer

Local authorities on track to make England’s roads safer

Fast progress has been made by the Road Safety Foundation (RSF), working in partnership with local authorities, to deliver safer ‘A’ roads in England. In Autumn 2016 the RAC Foundation supported a pathfinder project to enable eight local authorities to survey, Star...
Safer journeys to school coming soon

Safer journeys to school coming soon

Road safety NGO’s from 15 countries around the world are meeting this month at FedEx’s headquarters in Memphis, USA, as part of their great partnership with the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety and the Alliance Empowerment Program. During their two week...
Online US training scheme is off the starting blocks!

Online US training scheme is off the starting blocks!

It’s been all stations go for online training in the USA after the Roadway Safety Foundation received its ‘Road to Zero’ grant from the National Safety Council at the start of June. The year-long grant will support the development of web-based usRAP and ViDA training....
iRAP backs UN road safety fund proposal

iRAP backs UN road safety fund proposal

The UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Road Safety, Jean Todt, has called for for countries to back a new UN Road Safety Fund. Speaking at a side event to the annual UN High Level Political Forum in New York, Jean Todt (pictured right) said 64,000 lives could be...
Malaysia on track for 3-star or better target

Malaysia on track for 3-star or better target

Malaysia is on track for 75% of all its high volume roads to have a 3-star or better rating by 2020. The good news was announced at the launch of the 2017 Malaysia iRAP report which revealed that more than 95% of 2,370km of assessed stretches of four Malaysian...

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