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Spotlight on the Balkans

Road safety in the Western Balkans was under the spotlight when more than 120 delegates attended the 3rd Transport Research and Knowledge Transfer in Road Safety Conference in Pristina, Kosovo* in January.

Organised by the Tempulli […]

Don’t miss this great opportunity!

There’s a great opportunity to learn more about the star rating system when the Institute of Transportation Engineers hosts the third in a series of seminars on 3 March.

The IRAP Star Rating and Investment Plan […]

Spanish Risk Mapping results find Galicia and Catalonia are the highest risk regions

For the 13th consecutive year, RACC have prepared Risk Mapping results for the Spanish EuroRAP network. 1,386 sections of the Spanish road network, representing 24,803 km of State Highway Network and account for 51% of […]

More EU transport ministers back serious road injury reduction target

Transport ministers from Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Lithuania and Luxembourg (current holder of the EU presidency) have added their voices to calls for the European Commission to come forward with a target to cut […]

International walk to school day

British EuroRAP Results 2015

The Road Safety Foundation have released their annual Risk Mapping and Performance Tracking Results “How much do road crashes cost where you live?”

Britain loses 2% of GDP in road crashes.  Half of all Britain’s road […]

A World Free of High Risk Roads

Tuesday 15th September 2015 from 09h00 to 13h00
Royal Horseguards Hotel
EuroRAP is the enabling host for the major week-long FIA Mobility Conference 2015. Registration is already at record levels. Some 70 countries are attending.

The following week […]

Engineering Safer Roads: Star Rating Roads for In-built Safety

In 2013, 1,713 people were killed on Britain’s roads and 21,657 were seriously injured. There are now 10 times more people killed on Britain’s roads each year than in the workplace. Until recently, death and […]

Call for the European Commission to reconsider serious road injury target

Today, the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) have called for the European Commission to reverse the decision to drop the announcement of a new EU target to cut serious road injuries.

With more than 50 experts […]

Safety Rating and Risk Mapping for the Greek network

Safety Rating and Risk Mapping including the Greek TEN-T network have been presented in two scientific papers accepted for publication in the 6th Greek Road Safety Conference Proceedings on 12-13 March 2015, in Athens.  Lead […]