In an effort to prevent road traffic deaths and injuries, the Bloomberg Philanthropies announced in November 2009 a $125 million Global Road safety Program in 10 countries (“RS10”) over 2010-2014 and formed a consortium of 6 partners to implement it. Under RS10 the Global Road Safety Facility agreed to assess the infrastructure safety of key corridors in Russia through the implementation of iRAP safety rating and countermeasure evaluation tools. Mari-El Republic was chosen for the first assessment.
- Report from the EuroRAP General Assembly 2018
- European Institute of Road Assessment wins RADAR bid
- New report tackles the transition to automated vehicles on roads that cars can read
- Seeking a Project Director, Project Officer and Road Safety Engineer!
- Launch of EuroRAP Star Rating results in Iceland