16 new Accredited Suppliers hit the road in Tanzania

16 new Accredited Suppliers hit the road in Tanzania

Ramadhani Msangi undertaking iRAP accreditation activities (Image source: R Msangi) Sixteen new iRAP Accredited Suppliers in Tanzania position TanRAP well to eliminate high-risk roads in the country and support of activities of the 3-year Ten Step Project currently...
Malawi commits to safer roads by 2030

Malawi commits to safer roads by 2030

The Minister for Transport and Public Works, important road safety officials and NGO Road Safety Alert Foundation (RSAF) unite in their commitment to reduce road crash fatalities and injuries in Malawi. Included in picture: Kingston Sandula, Director of Road Traffic...
EuroRAP projects on show at ConnectingEurope Days

EuroRAP projects on show at ConnectingEurope Days

Four transformative and transnational EuroRAP projects were on show last week at the ConnectingEurope Days held in Lyon, France from 28-30 June. ConnectingEurope Days  – formerly known as TEN-T Days – is Europe’s mobility flagship event, bringing together politicians,...
New resources for 5-star RAPs

New resources for 5-star RAPs

An online package of new Resources for 5-star RAPs, funded by FedEx, has launched today to support road assessment programmes around the world eliminate high-risk roads and save lives. The launch comes at an opportune time, on the back of the UN High-level Meeting of...
Cambodia stakeholders gather to shape Ten Year Plan

Cambodia stakeholders gather to shape Ten Year Plan

Cambodia stakeholders have gathered for a National Road Safety Consultation Workshop to shape the country’s National Plan for the Decade to 2030, and iRAP was pleased to provide input. The Ministries of Interior and Public Works and Transport jointly organised the...
ITE Talks Transportation with Rob McInerney

ITE Talks Transportation with Rob McInerney

iRAP CEO Rob McInerney was pleased to join the ITE Talks Transportation Podcast last week to discuss Improving Global Roadway Safety with the Safe System Approach. The timing was opportune as world leaders prepare for this week’s UN High-level Meeting on Road...
$1 billion to Improve India’s Road Safety

$1 billion to Improve India’s Road Safety

Image source: iRAP The World Bank and Asian Development Bank (ADB) have each announced USD$250 million in funding to support India’s Program for Strengthening Road Safety, an investment to be matched by the Government of India for a sum $1 billion investment in road...
Working together for safe roads in Morocco

Working together for safe roads in Morocco

We are delighted to be working with the National Road Safety Agency (NARSA) and General Department of Roads (GDR) to shape a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to eliminate high-risk roads in Morocco. This has important context as Morocco’s Minister...
UN High-level Meeting: Your last questions answered

UN High-level Meeting: Your last questions answered

The UN High-level Meeting on Global Road Safety (HLM) is now just days away! Thank you to all our partners for your efforts to raise it to the attention of your President/Prime Minister and Ministers, and share your national success. Partner efforts are helping to...
Active Travel Tool released in UK

Active Travel Tool released in UK

A new planning tool that helps UK local authorities assess how to make walking and cycling safer, more pleasant and less stressful has been launched by UK charity the Road Safety Foundation. Developed with funding from the Road Safety Trust, the tool shows how...
Potential of safer Caribbean roads on show in Barbados

Potential of safer Caribbean roads on show in Barbados

iRAP’s Safer Journeys Regional Leader for the Americas is in Barbados this week presenting at the landmark 10th IRF Caribbean Regional Congress aiming to bring solutions and best practice to the twin challenges of road safety and climate-resilient infrastructure...
Australian innovation: NetRisk2 launches

Australian innovation: NetRisk2 launches

iRAP Centre of Excellence, ARRB has launched NetRisk2, a tool that brings together AusRAP data generated using the iRAP Star Rating methodology, and Australian National Risk Assessment Model (ANRAM) data. iRAP’s Global Innovation Manager and Cities Specialist Monica...

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