EuroRAP wins an Innovation Award – Bulgaria 2017

On 22 November 2017, for the eighth consecutive year in Sofia, the Bulgarian Branch Association for Road Safety gave awards for “Contribution to Road Safety”. In the category “Innovative input and introduction of good road […]

2017 UK Risk Mapping & Road Crash Index Launched

The Road Safety Foundation, in partnership with Ageas UK, has today launched an innovative interactive Road Crash Index alongwith its latest UK risk mapping and performance tracking report on the EuroRAP network of Motorways and […]

Innovation 2017 tackles automated vehicles transition

Global policy and technical leaders are meeting in the Netherlands from today for iRAP’s 2017 Innovation Workshop, focussed to tackle the road infrastructure, safety and investment implications associated with the transition to highly automated vehicles.

The […]

Coding Manual now available in French and Italian

iRAP’s coding manual – one of the core resources for its life-saving work around the world – is now available in French and Italian.

The new language versions are part of a concerted drive by iRAP to make key […]

3-star or better could save lives on Italy’s rural roads

Upgrading Italy’s extra-urban road network to a 3-star or better level could save 400 lives a year, according to Lucia Pennisi, co-ordinator of the Statistical Office for the Italian Automobile Club (ACI).

Lucia was responding to […]

EuroRAP has a new CFO

Shona Holroyd has been appointed as the new Chief Finance Officer of EuroRAP and iRAP.

Shona, who has 27 years of experience in finance, is returning to iRAP after four years working in senior financial roles […]

ANAS explores EuroRAP membership

ANAS, the state-owned company which is responsible for constructing and maintaining Italy’s motorways and state highways, is considering making an application to join EuroRAP after attending the EuroRAP General Assembly for the first time.

The organisation […]

Local authorities on track to make England’s roads safer

Fast progress has been made by the Road Safety Foundation (RSF), working in partnership with local authorities, to deliver safer ‘A’ roads in England.
In Autumn 2016 the RAC Foundation supported a pathfinder project to enable eight local authorities to […]

Today is Project EDWARD Day!

Today is Project EDWARD day – are you supporting it?

Can you imagine a day in Europe without a single road death?

That’s the ambitious aspiration of Project EDWARD – European day without a road death – which […]

Key learning opportunity for roads engineers

There will be an excellent opportunity to learn about the iRAP methodology at the University of Birmingham in England between 13-17 November.

The five day postgraduate/continuing development course is organised by iRAP in collaboration with the […]