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...
Pedalling into the Future: Join us in Paris!

Pedalling into the Future: Join us in Paris!

Join us on 17 March at Autonomy Paris, the world’s largest mobility event, for our Roundtable exploring How we can ensure cycling and micromobility are embedded as preferred safe modes of urban transport. Over 8,000 participants and 200 exhibitors are expected at...
Survey vehicle hitches ride to archipelago paradise

Survey vehicle hitches ride to archipelago paradise

Today, iRAP accredited supplier Pavesys Engenharia is transporting their survey vehicle to the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, Brazil to perform an iRAP assessment. Fernando de Noronha is located 350 kms off Brazil’s northeast coast and is a protected...
Retiring Board Chairman Gary Liddle recognised

Retiring Board Chairman Gary Liddle recognised

iRAP recognizes the extraordinary voluntary service of outgoing Board Chairman Gary Liddle including 9 years as a charity Trustee, and 5 years leading the iRAP Board. Gary joined the Board in 2013 bringing with him a wealth of road agency experience as Chief Executive...
Minister welcomes DNIT’s 5-Star Performer Award, Brazil

Minister welcomes DNIT’s 5-Star Performer Award, Brazil

Left to right: Luiz Guilherme de Mello (Director, DNIT), General Santos Filho (Director General, DNIT), Tarcísio de Freitas (Minister of Infrastructure, Brazil) and Julio Urzua (Global Projects Director, iRAP)   Brazil’s Minister of Infrastructure Tarcísio de...
VíaSegura: Digital technology for improving road safety

VíaSegura: Digital technology for improving road safety

Reproduced from IDB’s Moviliblog According to the World Health Organization (WHO), traffic crashes are responsible for 1.35 million deaths worldwide. Traffic fatalities are an avoidable public health crisis that particularly impacts low- and middle-income...
Evaluating progress to achieving Target 3

Evaluating progress to achieving Target 3

The World Bank Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) and International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) have commenced an innovative project to evaluate countries’ progress in achieving UN Target 3: that by 2030, all new roads achieve technical standards for all road...
IndiaRAP launches Learning Centre

IndiaRAP launches Learning Centre

IndiaRAP proudly launched an innovative new Learning Centre yesterday to support engineers, researchers and students undertaking academic road safety studies using the iRAP Methodology. Almost 60 people joined the Launch highlighting significant interest in the...
450km assessment in Maharashtra, India

450km assessment in Maharashtra, India

iRAP Accredited Supplier FRED Engineering has commenced a new iRAP project supported by the World Bank Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) and funded under the Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS). to assess 450km of roads in Maharashtra,...
New Guidelines for Conducting Road Safety Data Reviews

New Guidelines for Conducting Road Safety Data Reviews

The World Bank Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) and ITF have published new Guidelines for Conducting Road Safety Data Reviews promoting the iRAP Methodology as a useful guide for assessing and monitoring road section risk. In many countries around the world,...

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