EuroRAP will hold its Annual General Assembly from 21-23 April 2015 in Reykjavik at the kind invitation of FIB. Plenary meetings, Technical Committee and a Pathfinders meeting will also take place during the week. Members […]
UAMK and AF-CITYPLAN have been producing Risk Maps of the Czech road network since 2003.
Thanks to available accident and traffic flow databases, the two companies have already published EuroRAP Risk Maps from 2003-2013
In the Czech […]
OEAMTC released its risk map of the Austrian national motorway network for the for the period 2009-11 in November 2014. They show a picture of generally low or low-medium risk on these roads. This was […]
The UK Roads Minister, Robert Goodwill, has announced that roads could soon officially be given ‘star ratings’ for safety by road authorities. The announcement was at the launch of the Road Safety Foundation report commissioned […]
EuroRAP has established a branch office in Slovakia in preparation for work in central and south-east Europe. Ing. Martin Juck will look after the office as managing director of EuroRAP Slovakia. Martin Juck graduated from […]
The EuroRAP Board announced today the appointment of Stephen Stacey to be its new Managing Director. He succeeds John Dawson, who continues in his other role as EuroRAP’s Chairman. Stephen Stacey joined the organisation on […]
The FIA’s 22nd Mobility Conference Week was held in Melbourne, Australia from September 16 to 19 and was hosted by the Australian Automobile Association and the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria at their RACV City Club.
John Plowman to Chair Older Drivers Task Force
The Road Safety Foundation announced today that John Plowman will chair the Older Drivers Task Force. Responding to the fast growing population of older drivers, the Task Force […]
Making Road Safety Pay makes seven key recommendations which aim to change the national focus on road safety over the next decade. These will act as a platform for all road safety stakeholders to discuss […]