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“Welcome to RAP journey”. There is no management without assessment – Interview with Mr. Xavier Flores, TES-GenCat
What is your current role and what is Catalonia government’s vision on road safety?
I am a civil engineer and for twenty years I worked at the public administration of the government of Catalonia, with different responsibilities, […]
As reported in July, Project Slain involves Risk Mapping of the core TEN-T network in four countries and will enable road safety performance tracking over time using new and existing data.
The project builds on work […]
Within the SLAIN Activity 6 framework, the collection of a series of more than 100 examples or better case studies is a vital action.
Case studies are so often the most effective way of communicating often […]
EU target for reducing fatal road accident victims by 50% for the UN decade 2010-2020 is partly achieved by Spain and Catalonia
The EuroRAP road risk map of Spain and Catalonia was published on the 18th of December 2019 in Barcelona. The study was launched by RACC and has collected data on road safety for Spain and […]
iRAP Innovation Workshop to be co-hosted by the World Bank and ITF on 17-18 February 2020 in Stockholm, Sweden
The “Infrastructure Innovation to Achieve the UN Targets by 2030” Workshop organised by iRAP, in partnership with the World Bank Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) and the International Transport Forum (ITF), will be held on […]
ΙΤS Hellas, the “Hellenic Association for the deployment of Intelligent Transport Systems” organised its fifth Conference taking place in Athens, Greece, on 17 and 18 December 2019.
The latter is entitled “Intelligent Transport Systems in Greece: […]
Over 30 participants attended the “Roads that Cars can Read” consultation meeting yesterday in Brussels, organised by EuroRAP, the European Road Assessment Programme and opened by Lina Konstantinopoulou, EuroRAP Secretary general.
Her speech followed a keynote […]
Saving Lives Assessing and Improving TEN-T Road Network Safety (SLAIN) Consortium meeting and Conference, 10-11 October, Athens
8 Partnering Organizations from five European countries (Belgium, Croatia, Greece, Italy and Spain), together with the EuroRAP international organisation, were gathered in Athens during the last two days (10-11 October) as part of the European […]
EuroRAP presents at the WG on Digital and Physical Infrastructure of the European Commission’s Single Platform for open road testing and pre-deployment of cooperative, connected, automated and autonomous mobility (CCAM) on the 5 November 2019
EuroRAP’s Secretary General, Lina Konstantinopoulou presented its work on “Road that Cars can read” with several recommendations on the requirements for AVs. The report presents a knowledge base of current conventional collision patterns and countermeasures. […]