Select Page
Join us at ITF2022 in Leipzig!

Join us at ITF2022 in Leipzig!

iRAP invites all to join us this month at the ITF 2022 Summit in Leipzig where our key focusses will be on supporting member countries to eliminate high-risk roads, powering inclusive innovation and #30 in Action. The 2022 Annual Summit of the International Transport...
Six year programme improving road safety in Lebanon

Six year programme improving road safety in Lebanon

Following an iRAP assessment of more than 6,000km of roads in Lebanon in 2016 and World Bank-funded infrastructure upgrades, road safety audit training led by FPZ continues today helping to improve road safety in the country. iRAP Centre of Excellence University of...
Catch us on Podcast: NETS Talk Now, Driving Change

Catch us on Podcast: NETS Talk Now, Driving Change

iRAP is proud to feature on this month’s NETS Talk Now: Driving Change Podcast discussing the impact of road infrastructure safety for fleet and community safety worldwide. Guest presenter and iRAP CEO Rob McInerney said, “There is one thing everyone...
UNRSC Statement on the High-Level Meeting

UNRSC Statement on the High-Level Meeting

27 members of the UN Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC), including iRAP, have made a joint statement regarding the High-level Meeting on Global Road Safety to be held 30 June–1 July 2022. Read the Statement in PDF Format We, the undersigned members of the United...
2021 Annual Report Showcases Partner Success

2021 Annual Report Showcases Partner Success

We are delighted to share our 2021 Digital Annual Report showcasing the work of our more than 20,000 partners in 107 countries implementing the Global Plan for the 2nd Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030 to make roads safer, supported by the charity’s...
Ten Step Project Tanzania: New Road Safety Auditors Certified

Ten Step Project Tanzania: New Road Safety Auditors Certified

The Ten Step Project Tanzania Consortium was delighted today to host in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, the ceremony with which diplomas were handed over to the newly certified 15 Road Safety Auditors. The successful participants completed three parts of a thorough Road...
New IDB assessment kicks off in Belize

New IDB assessment kicks off in Belize

Award-winning RAP programme Belize is set to commence a new 700km assessment of major highways funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to inform road safety investment and sustainable growth in the country. The assessment is part of the IDB’s Group Country...
iRAP Methodology showcased at DNIT’s 4th Planning Week

iRAP Methodology showcased at DNIT’s 4th Planning Week

The iRAP methodology is on show at Brazil’s National Department of Transport Infrastructure (DNIT) Fourth Planning Week this week in accordance with its nation-wide implementation, certified with the inov@BR seal. A BrazilRAP survey of 62,000km of federal roads is...
Safer journeys success shared at AmCham Guatemala Congress

Safer journeys success shared at AmCham Guatemala Congress

We were pleased to be part of AmCham Guatemala’s Second International Congress on Road Safety last week shining a light on international standards to protect life and reduce road crashes in the country. The American Chamber of Commerce of Guatemala (AmCham...
iRAP welcomes Miquel Nadal as new Board Chairman

iRAP welcomes Miquel Nadal as new Board Chairman

After 8 years voluntary service as a charity Trustee, iRAP welcomes Miquel Nadal as the new Chairman of the Board. Miquel brings to the position extensive road safety and mobility experience at the global level as current Secretary of the FIA High Level Panel for Road...

The International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) is a Registered Charity with UN ECOSOC Consultative Status.
iRAP is registered in England and Wales under company number 05476000
Charity number 1140357

Registered office: 60 Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DS
GET IN TOUCH │ Europe │ Africa │ Asia Pacific │ Latin America and Caribbean │ North America

en_USEnglish