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 author Dr Evangelos Bellos (Make Roads Safe Hellas) and colleagues describe the survey and the resultant Safer Roads Investment Plans. […]
RACC have published EuroRAP mapping showing road sections with the highest crash costs. The work is part of RACC’s strategy calling for road investment based on sound economic appraisal. Further work will be carried out in Catalonia with the development of a RAP Safer Roads Investment Plan, identifying road sections with the greatest benefit to […]
This report tracks which roads have improved, and those with persistent and unacceptable high risks. It highlights roads where authorities have taken effective action. On 15 stretches of roads, low cost action has reduced serious crashes by 80% worth a staggering £0.4bn to the economy.
This report provides one key measure of Britain’s overall network safety performance from the combination of safer driving, safer vehicles and safer roads. But too much British improvement relies on improving vehicles not systematic improvement in infrastructure safety. The promised long term roads investment brings an exciting new opportunity to make our roads safer but […]
Over 25% of fatal road accidents in the Netherlands take place on provincial roads although together these roads account for only 6% of the total Dutch road network. Provincial roads are generally well managed and maintained but the combination of a high speed limit (80 km/h) and the profiles of these roads means that a […]
(1) Karte tveganja ”Risk Map” 2009-2011 (2) Pilotni projekt vrednotenja cest glede na stanje cest in obcestja ”Star Rating” (3) Primerjalna analiza obdobij ”Performance Tracking” 2009-2011 in 2006-2008. This report is in Slovenian. The first report of its kind, bringing together all of the RAP protocols. Risk Mapping for 580kms of motorways and expressways, 810kms […]
The first report of its kind, bringing together all of the RAP protocols. Risk Mapping for 580kms of motorways and expressways, 810kms of main roads and 5100kms of regional roads covering the data period 2009-2011 are shown, alongside a comparison of network and indivdual road section performance since 2006-2008. Results from pilot Star Rating results […]