ÖAMTC 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 third time that the EuroRAP data have been published for Austria, updating work carried out in 2011 and a […]
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 Republic Risk Mapping is being carried out on highways and motorways (734 km) and the first class roads (5,863 km), […]
Risk Mapping on national roads in Poland for the data period 2009-2011, showing the rate of fatal or serious crashes per billion vehicle kilometres travelled. Full results and further mapping can be found at www.eurorap.pl.
For the fourth year, researchers at the Technical Institute of Gdansk, together with experts from the motoring club PZM and the Foundation for Civil Engineering have developed a risk map for national roads in Poland. The results (in Polish) show a significant decrease in the length of the network rated as high risk.
Powerpoint presentation containing the first Risk Mapping results for main roads in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The presentation also details the organisation of the EuroRAP programme and plans for continued development.
Risk Mapping results showing the statistical risk of traffic accidents resulting in death or serious injury occurring on FB&H main roads for 2006-2008 covering over 2,000kms in total.
The RACC today released the latest EuroRAP Risk Mapping results for Catalonia, Spain.
This report explains how EuroRAP road inspections are carried out, the infrastructure elements that are assessed as part of the survey and how these elements are combined to calculate the EuroRAP Road Protection Score and Star Ratings. The document is presented here to enable practitioners to understand and engage with the EuroRAP protocols.
This pdf file contains a series of maps showing the changing risk of death and serious injury that road users face across 140,000km of the major road network of 15 countries.