BrazilRAP DNIT delivers 54,500km of roads coded by iRAP

BrazilRAP DNIT delivers 54,500km of roads coded by iRAP

Brazil’s National Department of Transport Infrastructure (DNIT) has completed the coding and star rating classification of 54,500 km of paved federal highways under its administration using the iRAP methodology. For the federal road network coded by the DNIT,...
Welcome to Samar Abouraad supporting Europe

Welcome to Samar Abouraad supporting Europe

iRAP warmly welcomes Samar Abouraad to the iRAP team. Samar will be stepping into the role of Safer Journeys Specialist for Europe while the recently appointed Safer Journeys Lead for Europe, Olivera Rozi, takes maternity leave. The Safer Journeys roles are part of...
Malaysia’s 2030 Road Safety Plan released with RAP metrics

Malaysia’s 2030 Road Safety Plan released with RAP metrics

iRAP congratulates the Ministry of Transport Malaysia and Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) on the release of the country’s National Road Safety Plan for 2030 aligned to UN Targets 3 and 4 and recommending for the continued implementation of...
Event Summary: World Safety 2022

Event Summary: World Safety 2022

iRAP was proud to be a part of Safety 2022: The 14th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion last week in Adelaide, Australia, showcasing the vital importance of safe road infrastructure to achieving the Global SDGs to halve road deaths and injuries...
2,500km assessment underway in Mozambique

2,500km assessment underway in Mozambique

The National Roads Administration (ANE – Administração Nacional de Estradas) has commenced a 2,500km iRAP assessment in Mozambique funded by World Bank and supported by iRAP Accredited Supplier FRED Engineering. The main objectives of the project include: to...
Gambia’s 2030 Strategy includes 3-star or better target

Gambia’s 2030 Strategy includes 3-star or better target

iRAP congratulates Gambia’s Ministry of Transport, Works and Infrastructure and the Gambian Road Safety Committee on their 2020-2030 National Road Safety Strategy with a 3-star or better targets for national highways aligned to UN Global Road Safety Performance...
FRED team back in Chad

FRED team back in Chad

iRAP Accredited Supplier FRED Engineering is returning to Chad a few months after closing a project for the EIB to undertake a World Bank funded project to perform a Road Safety Data Review and Technical Road Infrastructure Safety Study. The EIB project involved...
iRAP supports Road Sector Joint Statement for COP27

iRAP supports Road Sector Joint Statement for COP27

iRAP welcomes the signing of a Road Sector Joint Statement at COP27 this week with leading road transport organisations restating their firm commitment to effectively reduce CO2 emissions to net-zero by 2050 in line with the Paris Agreement. Achieving the UN...

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