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World Bank embeds 3-star safety in Tanzanian road financing

World Bank embeds 3-star safety in Tanzanian road financing

All World Bank-financed projects in Tanzania are required to achieve a minimum 3-star iRAP safety rating, announced by TANROADS yesterday at the African Regional Seminar on Road Safety in Mwanza. Eng. George Daffa from the Tanzania Roads Agency (TANROADS) presented on...
An open letter to Heads of State and Governments

An open letter to Heads of State and Governments

Image credit and original post: Global Alliance of NGO’s for Road Safety  The UN SDG Summit will take place at the UN Headquarters in New York on 18-19 September 2023. Read our open letter to world leaders below. Dear world leaders, We are writing to you today...
Moroccan PIDG workshop promotes safety in projects

Moroccan PIDG workshop promotes safety in projects

Safer Journeys Lead Nathalie Chiavassa was pleased to join the PIDG Institute in Casablanca last week to share how safety can be optimised in the Group’s road infrastructure projects delivered throughout sub-Saharan Africa and south and south-east Asia....
On the way to delivering safer roads in Sri Lanka

On the way to delivering safer roads in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka roads serve all road users in often confined environments posing a challenge to balance safety risks (Image credit: ARRB) The Government of Sri Lanka has shown its commitment towards delivering a safer road network through iRAP analysis of their highways and...
New Infrastructure Safety Insights Explorer launched

New Infrastructure Safety Insights Explorer launched

To support the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, iRAP has published a new Safety Insights Explorer. The Explorer shines a light on the true extent of road trauma, the safety of the world’s roads, and the positive impact that can be made with targeted...
AiRAP and fleet management potential explored at NETS

AiRAP and fleet management potential explored at NETS

Fleet manager and insurance company interest in using Star Rating data to improve organisational health and safety was explored at this week’s NETS Conference in Miami. iRAP CEO Rob McInerney presented at the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) Annual...
Catch us on Podcast: NETS Talk Now, Driving Change

Catch us on Podcast: NETS Talk Now, Driving Change

iRAP is proud to feature on this month’s NETS Talk Now: Driving Change Podcast discussing the impact of road infrastructure safety for fleet and community safety worldwide. Guest presenter and iRAP CEO Rob McInerney said, “There is one thing everyone...
Calls for G7 to urgently mobilise investment for net zero

Calls for G7 to urgently mobilise investment for net zero

LONDON – The Impact Taskforce (ITF), an independent, industry-led taskforce supported by the G7 Presidency, has called on the G7 to take urgent action to mobilise more institutional capital for a just and inclusive transition to net zero. The recommendations were...
Nova Dutra concession auctions with iRAP safety metric

Nova Dutra concession auctions with iRAP safety metric

One of the most important highways in Brazil, the Nova Dutra Concession linking Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, has successfully auctioned with an iRAP safety metric and investments of $2.73 billion to modernize and improve the safety of the road. The Public-Private...

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