We are celebrating the growing list of countries setting 3-star or better target commitments in their national and regional road safety strategies, road infrastructure projects and funding schemes. We are gathering 3-star or better policy commitments and sharing them with partners as examples all countries can emulate.

Congratulations to all on this fantastic leadership! And readers, please help us grow our list!

Check out these inspirational policy examples including 3-Star or Better targets to eliminate high-risk roads:

GLOBAL

AFRICA

Gambia

Uganda

ASIA PACIFIC

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia

Australia

China

Indonesia

Vietnam

New Zealand

New Zealand

Thailand

UNESCAP Asia

Malaysia

Malaysia

EUROPE

Croatia

Greece

Slovenia

United Kingdom

LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN

Brazil

Brazil

Brazil

MIDDLE EAST

Saudi Arabia

In addition, a number of development banks – World Bank, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Inter-American Development Bank, European Investment Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Asian Development Bank and Africa Infrastructure Investment Bank – are ensuring the safety of their investments by including 3-star or better targets in their project lending.

Safe road infrastructure is a key focus of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, as are UN Targets 3 and 4 which include ensuring all new roads are built to a 3-star or better standard for all road users (Target 3), and more than 75% of travel is on the equivalent of 3-star or better roads for all road users by 2030 (Target 4).

iRAP is supporting partners and governments as they draw on the Global Plan to develop and implement national and local strategies such as these.

If you’re still developing your 2030 strategy and annual action plans, click here for sample infrastructure targets and actions for inclusion or review the strategy examples above.

Let’s keep the momentum going!

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