How Safe Are You on Europe’s Trade Routes? Measuring and mapping the safety of the TEN-T network

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Less than a third of Europe’s major trading road routes meet the best possible safety standard to which EU nations have committed themselves on the network, according to a new report published by EuroRAP. The report for the first time provides comprehensive analysis of the safety of Europes TEN-T road network across 15 countries and […]

British EuroRAP Results 2010: Saving lives for less, identifying the network on which Britain’s road deaths are concentrated

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This report provides the most comprehensive analysis of its type anywhere in the world. It shows not only that Britain can reduce road deaths and serious injuries, but that we can do so with high economic returns by targeting a relatively small mileage of high risk roads. This report shows that 50% of road deaths […]

How Safe Are You on French Roads? Results from Touring Route Inspections

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EU motorists planning their annual touring trip to France are warned that, while they can expect the highest safety engineering standards in Europe on the autoroutes, the safety of other popular French touring roads is far lower. British motorists face risk levels in France last seen on roads at home 15 years ago, according to […]

Protect and Survive: Star Rating England’s National Road Network for Safety

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These are the results of the EuroRAP Star Rating of the trunk roads in England. These roads are the responsibility of the Highways Agency. Ratings have been completed for the whole of the Highways Agency network in England. The report explains how the study was done, lists those roads in each category with the lowest […]

Star Rating Roads for Safety: The EuroRAP methodology, consultation version

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This report explains how EuroRAP road inspections are carried out, the infrastructure elements that are assessed as part of the survey and how these elements are combined to calculate the EuroRAP Road Protection Score and Star Ratings. The document is presented here to enable practitioners to understand and engage with the EuroRAP protocols.

Measuring and mapping the safety of Europe’s roads: Pan-European Risk Map 2009

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This pdf file contains a series of maps showing the changing risk of death and serious injury that road users face across 140,000km of the major road network of 15 countries.

How Safe Are You on Europe’s Roads?

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This map shows the changing risk of death and serious injury that road-users face across Europe‚Äôs major road network. Your risk can change greatly as you turn from one road section onto another. Even within the same country, you can be over 10 times more likely to die on some main roads than others. By […]

A EuroRAP case study: Potential for risk reductions on British inter-urban major roads

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Just four types of collision account for 80% of fatal crashes on inter-urban roads across Europe. The design and standard of these roads determines the extent to which collisions occur and the severity of the resultant injuries. Mass action programmes provide the opportunity for systematic large-scale upgrading of sections of the road network with the […]

From Arctic to Mediterranean: First Pan-European Progress Report

Almost all of us know someone who has been killed in a road crash. In the last decade alone, half a million Europeans have been killed on our roads. This reservoir of human suffering rarely surfaces in the media – each personal tragedy is endured by the few involved. In 2001, pilot EuroRAP results were […]