EuroRAP News: First Star Rating for Andorra

EuroRAP News: First Star Rating for Andorra

Andorra’s first EuroRAP assessment of 80km is underway to understand the level of safety built in to the road network and identify a safer roads investment plan to reduce fatalities and injuries. Typically, Andorra experiences a large influx of tourism and according...
Expressions of interest called for Colombian assessment

Expressions of interest called for Colombian assessment

The Colombian National Road Safety Agency is commissioning an iRAP assessment of 20,000km of the national road network. Tenders are invited from qualified firms and iRAP Accredited Suppliers to perform the collection and coding of the primary network and routes of...
Exciting South Africa RAP progress

Exciting South Africa RAP progress

Exciting progress is underway in South Africa with over 16,000km of recent Star Rating assessments supporting the work of local state agencies to identify and eliminate high-risk roads. Supported by iRAP Accredited Supplier ARRB Systems SA, almost 7,000km of...
G7 Build Back Better World (B3W) Partnership announced

G7 Build Back Better World (B3W) Partnership announced

Investment in 3-star or better road infrastructure, led by the G7 Build Back Better World (B3W) Partnership launched this week, has immense potential to save lives and support the achievement of UN Targets 3 and 4. The Build Back Better World (B3W) Partnership is an...
Omdena Challenge collaborators share results

Omdena Challenge collaborators share results

Collaborators on the Omdena iRAP 8 Week Challenge which aimed to crowd source AI-based solutions to map crash risk and generate iRAP star rating attribute data have shared some of their publication results. Earlier this year, 50 AI and machine learning experts...
EuroRAP News: RADAR results and infographics shared for the Danube

EuroRAP News: RADAR results and infographics shared for the Danube

Results and Infographics for EuroRAP Project RADAR demonstrate how road infrastructure safety is being improved across 12 countries in the Danube region. RADAR (Risk Assessment on Danube Area Roads) commenced in 2018 and is a €2.15 million project over 3-years to...
First assessment in Seine-et-Marne, France

First assessment in Seine-et-Marne, France

iRAP team members from four different continents have recently been involved in a 530km road safety assessment in Seine-et-Marne, France – a first RAP assessment for the country. Improving road safety on public roads and the assessment of road user risk has been...

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