SENSoR Update

Following the success of the SENSoR project and her role in supporting delivery of that, Olivera Djordjevic has relocated from Athens to Belgrade.  She will be assisting Milan Bozic and his team at AMSS-CMV in […]

Martin Juck – EuroRAP Programme coordinator Slovakia

EuroRAP has established a branch office in Slovakia in preparation for work in central and south-east Europe.  Ing. Martin Juck will look after the office as managing director of EuroRAP Slovakia.  Martin Juck graduated from […]

John Plowman to Chair Older Drivers Task Force

John Plowman to Chair Older Drivers Task Force
The Road Safety Foundation announced today that John Plowman will chair the Older Drivers Task Force. Responding to the fast growing population of older drivers, the Task Force […]

Making Road Safety Pay

Making Road Safety Pay makes seven key recommendations which aim to change the national focus on road safety over the next decade.  These will act as a platform for all road safety stakeholders to discuss […]

Telematics Motor Insurance for Young Drivers

The Treasury should remove insurance premium tax from telematics insurance policies for under-25’s says the Road Safety Foundation today.  This key recommendation is announced by the charity early to meet the Treasury’s consultation timetable for […]

South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Star Rating Roads for Safety – SENSOR

Professor Peter Hollo of KTI Hungary and Roberta Calcina of the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme kick off the joint ROSEE-SENSoR final conference in Ljubljana on 25 September 2014.  Representatives from the 14 SENSoR […]

Minister says Safe Road Infrastructure is New Priority for Albanian Roads

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Edmond Haxhinasto called for safe road infrastructure to be the new priority as he joined 30 professional and technical guests for consultation on the first EuroRAP results for Albania.

The Minister […]

European Pathfinder Group Managing the Safety Performance of Road Networks with Star Ratings

The Dutch government was the first to commit to achieving minimum 3-star safety levels on its national roads by 2020, a commitment endorsed by successive governments. New Zealand is now targeting a 4-star rating for […]

EC Vice President Siim Kallas visits RAP Exhibition

Siim Kallas, Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for Road Safety has again expressed his support for the work done by EuroRAP Members.Following a request from the Commission to support European Road Safety Day in […]

iRAP win Prince Michael award for continuing to ensure safer roads worldwide

iRAP has won a Prince Michael award for Road Safety in Melbourne at the Policy & Donor Forum 2014.  The charity was established by EuroRAP in 2005 so that road assessment could be rolled out […]