EuroRAP is an international
not-for-profit organisation dedicated to saving lives
through safer roads. Our Members are motoring organisations,
national and regional road authorities, research institutions and
EuroRAP began as an idea in 1999 to address the unnecessary and preventable toll of death and serious injury on Europe's roads. The commitment of our Members has won the programme overwhelming support. In the past decade EuroRAP has grown from a 4-country pilot to a programme now active in over 30 countries.
For more information on EuroRAP visit the Governance page.
More information on our Members and activities by country can be found on the Our Partners page.
Measurement to Action...
EuroRAP supports the Decade of Action for Road Safety
2011-2020 and has committed towards a Europe Free of High
Road crashes are a major public health problem. Yet the causes for road trauma are well known - as are the engineering treatments that work. There is enormous potential to generate large social and economic returns from better investment in safer road infrastructure.
The economic imperative to act is compelling. It is estimated that yet the economic savings from targeted action typically exceed the cost of construction and maintenence, with savings continuing long into the future.
EuroRAP's methodology is based on sound research and evidence, drawing on decades of expertise by dedicated road safety professionals around the world. For more information on EuroRAP's protocols, visit the Knowledge Base page.
- 30/04/2013: Morgan Fletcher awarded iRAP 5-star volunteer
- 17/04/2013: Crash costs on the Spanish National Road Network
- 20/03/2013: Birmingham University to run a 5-day iRAP course in September 2013
- 18/12/2012: Spanish EuroRAP Risk Mapping Results 2012: Galicia and Asturias the highest risk communities
- 18/12/2012: Spanish EuroRAP Risk Mapping Results 2012: Galicia y Asturias son las comunidades con mayor proporcion de tramos negros de Espana
- 18/12/2012: Catalan EuroRAP Risk Mapping Results 2012: El risc de patir un accident greu o mortal ha baixat un 4,2% a les carreteres catalanes en l’últim trienni
- 18/12/2012: Catalan EuroRAP Risk Mapping Results 2012: The risk of serious or fatal accidents has dropped 4.2% on Catalan roads in the last three years
- 05/12/2012: Polish EuroRAP Results 2012
- 30/11/2012: Czech EuroRAP Risk Mapping Results 2012
- 30/10/2012: 10 years of EuroRAP in Spain celebrated