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KSARAP launches for safer roads in Saudi Arabia

KSARAP launches for safer roads in Saudi Arabia

Image Credit: Saudi Press Agency  5 December 2023: The International Road Assessment Program (iRAP) and the Roads General Authority (RGA) announced the launch of the Saudi Arabia Road Assessment Programme (KSARAP) in Riyadh, a locally led programme to eliminate...

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Engineers trained for 80,000km Saudi assessment

Engineers trained for 80,000km Saudi assessment

Thirty (30) engineers and road safety professionals from the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Roads and Roads General Authority (RGA) have received iRAP training this week as part of the world's largest 80,000km iRAP assessment project currently underway in the country. The...

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SICT and iRAP sign MOU for safer roads in Mexico

SICT and iRAP sign MOU for safer roads in Mexico

The Government of Mexico, through the Secretariat of Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation (SICT), and the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote programmes and projects to eliminate...

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Understanding iRAP methodology training in Nairobi

Understanding iRAP methodology training in Nairobi

Original LinkedIn post by Marko Sevrovic, Head of Transport Planning Dept. at FTTS (FPZ) / Senior Road Safety Engineer at EIRA University of Zagreb Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences (FPZ) has successfully concluded a three-day workshop in Nairobi, focusing on...

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Event Summary: Walk21 Conference in Kigali

Event Summary: Walk21 Conference in Kigali

iRAP’s Project Coordinator Shanna Lucchesi attended the Walk 21 Conference last month in Kigali, Rwanda. Shanna presented in two sessions: TD 3.3 session - Schools & Road Safety ”Safety perception and safety measures join forces to improve safety for youth around...

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iRAP CEO interviewed by InMoto.it – Italy

iRAP CEO interviewed by InMoto.it – Italy

Original Article published in InMoto.itWritten by: Riccardo Matesic In the article, Rob McInerney, CEO of iRAP, discusses iRAP’s role in improving safer road infrastructure, countries that have embraced the iRAP methodology and the Star Rating model and our...

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