iRAP’s protocols and models benefit from the evidence-based research undertaken by the world's leading road safety research experts. The Centres of Excellence are peak organisations that have a demonstrated excellence in road safety engineering and are focused on activities for the public good.
Being an iRAP Centre of Excellence is an opportunity offered to only a select few research institutions. Centres of Excellence are selected by the iRAP Executive for their calibre, recognized global status and relevance. There are no fees associated with being an iRAP Centre of Excellence.
iRAP currently has 11 Centres of Excellence.
For more information contact:
|Australian Road Research Board Group (ARRB)||Australia||www.arrb.com.au|
|Chulalongkorn University (Chula)||Thailand||www.eng.chula.ac.th|
|Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of Zagreb (FPZ)||Croatia||www.fpz.unizg.hr|
|Korea Transport Institute (KOTI)||South Korea||koti.re.kr|
|Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS)||Malaysia||www.miros.gov.my|
|Mexican Institute of Transportation (El Instituto Mexicano del Transporte) (IMT)||Mexico||www.gob.mx/imt|
|MRI Global||United States of America||www.mriglobal.org|
|Research Institute of Highway (RIOH)||China||www.rioh.cn|