Enabling software

SR4D Web App

The SR4D Web App is a tool developed with support from the World Bank to assist with Star Rating designs and can be used for small to medium assessments of existing roads or road designs.

It does so by enabling the road designer to access information about the existing road conditions (through imaging such as Google Street View) and upload designs directly into the application. The SR4D Web App may also be used to Star Rate existing roads (i.e. without designs) where Google Street View or Mapillary imagery is available.

It is designed to make Star Ratings available as part of the road design process so that designers can consider the key road safety elements and the implications of a design as they undertake a road design.

The SR4D Web App is free to use and can be accessed via ViDA.

iRAP and ORIS sign MOU to optimise the safety and sustainability of road designs

The International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) and digital start-up ORIS have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will see safety performance data produced using the iRAP Methodology integrated into ORIS’ pavement design platforms, helping to optimise...

You are invited – EuroRAP Lunchtime Seminar: RAP Basics – Star Rating for Designs

REGISTRATION OPENDATE: 04 OCTOBER 2022TIME: 1.00PM - 2.00PM (CET)Free of charge Introduction:Star Rating for Designs (SR4D) is a process and evidence-based programme of applications informed by the iRAP Methodology which enables the objective measure, and improvement,...

Self-paced training: iRAP’s Star Rating for Designs 4-part video series

ENROL NOW – The series is now available as an online video series, where participants can learn at their own pace. You can register here to participate The SR4D tool empowers designers and road engineers to assess the road safety of a design and improve its safety...

Attention USA Partners! $5 billion in Grants available until 15 September

A new SS4A Grant Scheme is delivering $5 billion in funding over five years to prevent roadway deaths and serious injuries in the United States and iRAP Tools including Star Rating for Schools, CycleRAP and Star Rating for Designs Tools can beautifully support project...

Bahrain assessment to improve safety of road users

Works are on the way to enhance and upgrade the safety of Bahrain's road network in line with international iRAP standards. The project, now out for tender, includes the Star Rating and Risk Mapping assessment of 400km of major roads, Star Rating of five project...

New Guide: Integrating Safety into Road Design

The World Bank’s new Guide to Integrating Safety into Road Design recognises the iRAP Star Rating, the Star Rating for Designs Tool and Road Assessment Programmes as valuable measures for ensuring safety is systematically embedded in road designs to save lives. Whilst...

Supporting safe highway geometric design at ISHGD2022

We were pleased to be a part of the 6th International Symposium on Highway Geometric Design (ISHGD2022), featuring the 6th Urban Street Symposium in Amsterdam last week. The Symposium was held from 26-29 June and, held every 5 years, aims to encourage the continuous...

First meeting of Global Road Designers targets safe design

The first meeting of a new global Road Designers Consultation Group has occurred today providing valuable insights into how we achieve the shared global goal of safe road designs, with a star rating for every road design on earth. Over 100 nominations were received...

National Highways exceeds England’s Star Rating target with 96% of travel rated 3-star or better

National Highways has recently released its Strategic Road Network Star Rating Report showing it exceeded its 2020 policy target to achieve 90% of travel on its network on roads rated 3-star or better, with an impressive result of 96%. National Highways, formerly...

Road safety assessment using iRAP targets part of high-risk strategic road network in Nepal

Nearly 1,500km of Nepal’s high-risk strategic road network has been assessed by The Department of Roads (DOR), supported by the World Bank and iRAP, to improve safety conditions and guide future works planning and investment. Using its own resources and consultant for...

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