EuroRAP began as an idea in 1999 to address the unnecessary and preventable toll of death and serious injury on Europe’s roads.

Within the Safe System approach, the programme sought to promote the least understood pillar of safer road infrastructure, developing consistent methods to measure and map safety performance.

The commitment of our Members has won the programme overwhelming support.

Through a spirit of co-operation and enabling others EuroRAP has grown from a 4-country pilot to a programme now active in nearly 30 countries, in the past decade. Road Assessment Programmes (RAP) are now active in over 70 countries worldwide covering Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Africa. See iRAP for further information.

Here we chart the programme’s evolution and our commitment in the next decade for a Europe Free of High Risk Roads.

The EuroRAP Story

To download a copy of The EuroRAP Journey 1999-2012 in pdf format, please click the image below.