Road tolls to support a safer network in Bulgaria

A toll system is to be introduced on key Bulgarian roads and the money raised will be invested in improving the national road infrastructure.

The announcement was made by the Minister of Regional Development and Public […]

Partnership working in Catalonia

Highways and road safety practitioners from the Government of Catalonia joined members of the Royal Automobile Club of Catalonia (RACC) for a training session at EuroRAP’s Basingstoke headquarters recently.

Laia Pou and Felix Burgos, of the […]

Making cyclists safer

Cyclists will soon be able to feel the full benefits of RAP methodology with the launch of CycleRAP, an extended version of the bicycle module.

Developed in the Netherlands by ANWB, it is based on EuroRAP/iRAP […]

New independent safety regulator for England’s roads to use EuroRAP benchmarks

EuroRAP Risk Maps and Star Ratings are to be used to help benchmark the safety performance of Highways England against other national and international road authorities.

New UK government legislation has extended the role of the […]

Full agenda now published for the EuroRAP General Assembly

The full agenda has now been published for this year’s EuroRAP General Assembly in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

This year’s event, which takes place from 22-24 June, brings together the Assembly and the Central and South East Europe […]

Dramatic increase in 3-star ratings in Slovakia

An estimated 355 deaths and serious injuries will be prevented over the next 20 years on a 327km sample of Slovakia’s motorways and expressways following a multi-million Euro investment scheme.

A just-completed report by EuroRAP Slovakia […]

Book your place for the EuroRAP assembly now!

Have you booked for this year’s EuroRAP General Assembly in Ljubljana, Slovenia?

If you book before 31 May you can enjoy the benefits of an excellent group booking rate for accommodation and hospitality.

This year’s event, which […]

Well-earned accolades

Two strong supporters of EuroRAP gained recognition in recent months.

Dr Marko Ševrovič (pictured), acting head of the department of transport planning in the University of Zagreb’s faculty of transport and traffic sciences, was awarded a […]

Road infrastructure safety management in Europe: how good?

The European directive on road infrastructure safety management (2008/96/EC) has helped to create new thinking on road safety management across the continent but is constrained by its scope, which covers only the roads of the […]

EuroRAP members respond to European performance tracking call

A dozen EuroRAP members are currently taking part in a new performance tracking initiative aiming to track the rate of improvements in killed and seriously injured (KSIs) across European countries on a common basis.

The initiative, […]