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ThaiRAP Light Star Ratings

Developed by the Thai Rural Roads Department (DRR), the ThaiRAP Lite Star Ratings are based on a subset of road attributes used in the iRAP Star Rating methodology, drawn from the DRR road asset database.

They are primarily focussed on vehicle occupants and motorcyclists using rural road networks and are used to quickly identify high-risk sections for further analysis..

ThaiRAP lite Star Ratings are an internal tool of DRR and are not currently available for global use.

Thailand’s DRR wins IRF Global Achievement Award for 2nd year running

Thailand’s Department of Rural Roads (DRR) has been awarded, for the second year running, the International Road Federation (IRF) Global Achievement Award in the Safety Category for its Integrated Road Safety Management System. DRR’s iRAP-endorsed Road Safety Audit...

RAP Tools to Support the Global Plan

iRAP and its partners have developed a suite of tools that use the iRAP methodology to support the Global Plan for Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, which sets a target of 50% reduction in road deaths and injuries.These RAP Tools also support the achievement...

ViDA and Star Rating Demonstrator now available in Thai

Thanks to the hard work from the ThaiRAP team, we have now been able to add Thai language on ViDA and Demonstrator to support road risk analysis and assessment for users in Thailand.  . ViDA and Demonstrator are platforms for road safety analysis used to assess risk...

Thai Department of Rural Roads wins IRF 2020 Global Achievement Award

The Thai Department of Rural Roads (DRR) has been awarded the International Road Federation (IRF) 2020 Global Achievement Award in the Safety Category for its Integrated Road Safety Management System. DRR’s iRAP-endorsed Road Safety Audit System (RSAS) has analysed...

3-star or better road policy targets discussed in Thai Parliament

Earlier in the month, Mr Nikorn Chamnong, Chairman of the People Safety Foundation, Director of Chartthaipattana Party and Member of The House of Representative of Thailand spoke in Thai Parliament about iRAP and the 3-star-road policy goals in Thailand during a...

2019 ThaiRAP Speed Variation Analysis report supports the call to reduce speed limits

August 2019: There has recently been a proposal announced to life the speed limits on major roads in Bangkok from 90km/h to 120km/h. The ThaiRAP team is leading calls for the proposal to be reconsidered. iRAP and The World Bank research supported by the FIA Foundation...

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