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NetRisk2

iRAP Centre of Excellence ARRB has launched NetRisk2, a local adaption tool of the iRAP Methodology to enhance the identification, prioritisation and treatment of Australia’s high-risk roads.

The tool brings together iRAP Star Ratings and the Australian National Risk Assessment Model (ANRAM) using AusRAP data as an additional infrastructure risk assessment option. It offers enhanced and automated reporting of star ratings, crash risk and fatality and serious injury estimations in the Australian context.

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