This page illustrates examples of interactive reports that have been produced using iRAP data. The examples include reports created by the iRAP and examples created by iRAP partners. If you are interested in creating an interactive report, or know of good examples that could be highlighted on this page, please contact us (via email firstname.lastname@example.org).
The iRAP Safety Insights Explorer shines a light on the true scale of road crashes, the safety of the world’s roads, and the positive impact that can be made with investment.
To support discussions on the safety of motorcyclists, this interactive Powered Two-Wheeler Insights report is now available (originally released to accompany the Asia Pacific Road Safety Observatory Annual Meeting)
This dashboard was developed as part of the iRAP Impact Evaluation the UNRSF Ten Step Plan for Safer Road Infrastructure in Improving the Safety Performance of WB’s Projects project, funded by UK Aid through the GRSF.
The Target 3 Project analysed over 30 road corridor projects worldwide, totalling more than 2,000km of roads and designs, to examine progress towards ensuring all new roads are 3-star or better for all road users by 2030. The Target 3 Project Dashboard enables you to explore some of the data in detail.
The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) iRAP injury data provides a unique insight into the injury types, crash types, road types and road user types involved, along with the total life-time claim costs that result from those injuries. The dashboard also highlights where in the health sector the costs fall and when those costs occur. The TAC – iRAP Road Injury Dashboard is designed to shine a spot-light on the real cost of road trauma.
The roading network data held on this website has been developed as part of Safer Journeys, New Zealand’s road safety strategy to 2020. Urban KiwiRAP contributes to the Safe System goal of improving the safety of roads and roadsides to reduce the likelihood of crashes occurring and to minimise the consequences of crashes if they do occur.