Up to 500 deaths and serious injuries could be prevented through the EuroRAP-supported redesign of a hazardous section of road in Ukraine.
A 40km section of the M12 (which runs through the small town of Letychiv, […]
An ambitious project to reduce road deaths in the Danube Region has taken an important step forward.
At a recent get-together in Belgrade, members of project RADAR (Risk Assessment on Danube Area Roads) finalised the details […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
On 10 April 2014, the UN General Assembly backed the “Improving global road safety” resolution sponsored by the Russian government. Despite other international tensions, both the US and EU supported this humanitarian initiative alongside dozens […]