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EuroRAP looks to the future at 15th General Assembly

More than 50 leading road safety practitioners from across Europe attended the EuroRAP General Assembly in Barcelona between 7-9 June.

Hosted by EuroRAP member, the Royal Automobile Club of Catalonia, the 15th annual assembly focused on […]

Safer journeys to school coming soon

Road safety experts from 15 countries around the world are meeting this month at FedEx’s headquarters in Memphis, USA, for a key landmark in the Star Rating for Schools project.

Star Ratings for Schools is an […]

Are you following us on Facebook?

Are you following us on Facebook?

EuroRAP’s Facebook page is a great way to keep up with key developments in the road safety community.

As well as EuroRAP’s latest project work and advocacy on safer roads policy, […]

Great opportunity at Birmingham Conference

An impressive total of 216 delegates from engineering companies, local authorities and regional offices of Highways England attended the biggest-ever gathering of SoRSA, the UK’s Society of Road Safety Auditors in Birmingham on 26-27 June. […]

Senior Roads Executives in Birmingham

For almost 20 years the Senior Roads Executives Programme at the University of Birmingham has been providing continuing professional development for senior professionals working in the road sector. Supported by the International Road Federation, […]

New Spanish and Catalan risk maps published

New risk maps have been published for the Spanish and Catalan roads network.

The maps, which were produced by the Royal Automobile Club of Catalonia (RACC), with help from the Spanish Directorate for Traffic (DGT) and […]

EuroRAP’s Benchmarking Study 2017 – act now for your national results to be included!

The UK’s Road Safety Foundation (RSF) is partnering Spain’s RACC Foundation to prepare a pan-European benchmarking report to be launched later in 2017.

The study aims to compare the safety performance of different types of network across more than half […]

A message for UN Road Safety Week from the Chairman of EuroRAP

Kinetic energy isn’t a phrase that springs readily to most people’s lips.

But this basic rule of physics is the underlying reason for thousands of road deaths and serious injuries in Europe every year.  You don’t […]

Use EuroRAP assessments to cut single vehicle collisions says ETSC

European countries should set a target of upgrading all roads to  3-star or better with a 4-star minimum target on roads with high traffic volume, according to the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC).

The recommendation is […]

3-star or better advocacy brochure now in French

iRAP’s key advocacy brochure for 3-star or better roads is now available in French.

‘How 3-star or better roads can cut death and trauma’ is a four page brochure which aims to support iRAP members and […]