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...
CycleRAP to launch globally at Velo-City

CycleRAP to launch globally at Velo-City

Following successful pilots in Europe and four years of research development in consultation with global cycling and safety experts, CycleRAP will launch at next month’s Velo-city Conference on 14 June in Ljubljana, Slovenia. CycleRAP is an easy, affordable and fast...
ThaiRAP wins Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence

ThaiRAP wins Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence

ThaiRAP Lead, Professor Kasem Choocharukul receives the award from Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha during the 15th National Road Safety Seminar (Image source: ThaiRAP) ThaiRAP has been awarded a prestigious Prime Minister’s National Award for its outstanding efforts...
22,000km Colombia assessment underway

22,000km Colombia assessment underway

A 22,000km Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and World Bank supported iRAP assessment has kicked off in Colombia led by the National Road Safety Agency (ANSV) and supported by iRAP Accredited Supplier APSA. The 9-month project aims to identify high-risk road...
EuroRAP General Assembly next week!

EuroRAP General Assembly next week!

EuroRAP is pleased to invited its members and supporters to its annual EuroRAP General Assembly event on the 24 May 2022 in Lipica, Slovenia. The welcome dinner will be hosted by EuroRAP in the evening of the 23 May. The meeting will be held in hybrid mode for those...
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...

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