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How to build your Star Rating for Designs capability

How to build your Star Rating for Designs capability

The 12 Global Road Safety Performance Targets were officially launched by the United Nations General Assembly in the latest UN Resolution on Road Safety in 2018.  The targets include ensuring all new roads are built to a 3-star or better standard for all road users...

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EuroRAP launches a new website

EuroRAP launches a new website

EuroRAP's new and refreshed website is now live!https://www.eurorap.org/ The new website is a complete overhaul on the previous one and includes big changes to navigation and content. With new drop-down menus, contact forms, imagery and other functionality added, it...

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ANAS published EuroRAP Risk Maps for Italy

ANAS published EuroRAP Risk Maps for Italy

As part of the CEF SLAIN project, the first accident risk maps for the TEN-T network in Italy have been developed by ANAS. The maps represent the number of accidents per kilometre and the potential risk of future accidents. The Maps show the statistical risk of...

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2019 iRAP Annual Report released

2019 iRAP Annual Report released

The 2019 iRAP Annual Report is now available to download. Programme highlights from 2019 include: Safety assessments in 102 countries. Crash rate risk maps for more than 1.4 million km of roads. 1 million km of roads Star Rated (and 48,000km of new, “light” Star...

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