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Australian National Risk Assessment Model (ANRAM)

Australian National Risk Assessment Model (ANRAM) uses the iRAP Star Rating methodology and actual historical crash data to provide enhanced fatality and serious injury estimates for Australian roads.

The model was developed as part of an MOU agreement between Austroads, AAA, ARRB and iRAP and uses a Bayesian analysis to blend the iRAP FSI Estimates and actual crash history into the ANRAM FSI estimate. Severe crash history is used to supplement the predicted results, and in doing so, accounts for road user and other location-specific risk (e.g. speeding, drink driving, fatigue).

The approach requires high-quality geo-spatial crash data to develop the local models and integration within ViDA can be enabled. ANRAM is an internal tool used by Australian road authorities and is not currently available for global use.

South Australia’s 2031 Road Safety Strategy includes Star Rating KPI

South Australia's recently released Road Safety Strategy to 2031 has set a key performance indicator to improve the Star Rating of the state road network, with a particular focus on high speed, high volume roads. The Strategy sets out the ambitious 10-year targets to...

AusRAP News: A$150m funding for regional and remote roads

The Australian Government has announced a Remote Roads Upgrade Pilot Programme which will see AUD$150 million targeted to road improvements for regional communities. Australian regional drivers are five times more likely to die on the road than their metropolitan...

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...

iRAP Star Rating model features in new Austroads guides to help develop sustainable network safety plans

The two-part guide aims to help road managers, planners and designers create plans that reduce serious and fatal crashes, deliver self-explaining roads and facilitate decisions resulting in the safest network. The guides are entitled "Road Cross-section Design for...
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