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Lane Patrol

CycleRAP Trusted Supplier FACTUAL have developed Lane Patrol, a tool that offers data-driven insights to identify potential hazards and improvement of the cycling infrastructure to help reduce crashes and injuries.

Lane Patrol is a tool that allows city planners and mobility experts to easily play with the data to understand their networks and forecast improvements smartly.

Lane Patrol, leverages off the CycleRAP methodology to:

  • capture georeferenced photos of the cycling infrastructure automatically.
  • automatically define the level of risk to categorize the different areas of the infrastructure.
  • automatically generate forecasted improvement scenarios that allow decision-makers to plan and improve the cycling infrastructure.

Check out the video below of Lane Patrol’s cycle infrastructure survey in Skopje, North Macedonia.

AI&Me Scalability Analysis Report – empowering youth at the heart of mobility

Original content from the AIP Foundation  AIP Foundation’s innovative Big Data and AI road safety program, AI&Me: Empowering Youth for Safer Roads, has been positively engaging youth to raise their voices for safe mobility across Vietnam. Earlier this year,...

ViDA New Feature: Empower data-driven decisions with the all-new, improved Quality Assurance (QA) monitoring in ViDA!

This powerful update streamlines your workflow and boosts the reliability of your datasets: QA at Your Fingertips: Record QA completion directly within the dataset edit page (stages 2-6). Detailed Documentation: Record who conducted the QA and the processes they used...

ViDA New Feature: Decimal Star Ratings now in iRAP Demonstrator

Get a clearer picture of road safety with the all-new Decimal Star Ratings in the iRAP Demonstrator.  This update provides you with: Finer-grained safety scores: Go beyond the traditional star rating system. Decimals give you a more precise understanding of the safety...

How many lives and serious injuries saved?: Join our webinar to hear JHU research unveiled

A peer-reviewed study led by world-leading researchers at Johns Hopkins University and published by a respected scientific journal has estimated the number of lives and serious injuries saved on roads made safer by iRAP partners worldwide. The study is the first...

Shedding Light on Local Journeys: Using Mobility Snapshots to Rate Your Local Commute, with a Focus on Safer Intersections and Pedestrian Mobility

The daily commute. It's a familiar routine, a journey most of us take without a second thought. But what if we told you that for many around the world, that seemingly ordinary trip can be fraught with danger, especially at high-risk intersections? This is the reality...

CycleRAP News: Attesting Safety of Pampulha Lagoon Cycle Path Redesign

Image credit: Metrics Mobilidade Metrics Mobilidade, with a team with over 30 years’ experience in urban mobility studies and cycling infrastructure design, has joined our CycleRAP family as our first licensed supplier in Latin America, analysing the safety of cycle...

Global experts inform ongoing development of iRAP tools

iRAP's Global Technical Committee (GTC) met last week as part of their important function to govern the iRAP model development and technical integrity of iRAP protocols worldwide. Key topics of discussion were the development of a shunt / rear end crash type for the...

See you at Autonomy this week!: Changing the way we move in cities

Visiting the Autonomy Mobility World Expo this year? Hear about our partners' work and meet our team in Paris from 20-21 March! Autonomy is the world’s largest platform bringing innovators and policymakers together to change the way we move in cities and we’re proud...

See you at Autonomy: Changing the way we move in cities

iRAP is proud to once again be an Institutional Partner of the Autonomy Mobility World Expo to be held 20-21 March in Paris - the world's largest platform bringing innovators and policymakers together to change the way we move in cities. Join us, along with our...

CycleRAP Demonstrator Tool now in 5 languages

iRAP's free CycleRAP Demonstrator Tool which enables the quick assessment of crash risk and safety issues on streets or cycling facilities, is now available in five languages of Dutch, English, Spanish, Portuguese and French. The Demonstrator Tool allows users to...
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