May 25: A new iRAP Survey for 2,137 kms of the road network has been announced in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The contract was signed by the General Manager PC Roads of the FBiH, Ljubo Pravdić, on behalf of the Client and representative of Fakultet prometnih znanosti Zagreb, Tomislav Josip Mlinarić, on behalf of the Consultant and Sanja Les (Project Manager) from the Faculty of Traffic and Transport Sciences University of Zagreb (FPZ).

The main objective of this service is to establish Star Rating assessment, perform Risk Mapping and identify Safer Road Investment Plans (SRIPs) for the 2,137 km of the main roads network. This will enable the government  then to effectively plan and manage road safety issues and consequently enable improved road infrastructure conditions.

The project is due to begin the second week of June and will take 5-6 months to complete.

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The Bosnia and Herzegovina snapshot below is from iRAP’s Business Case for Safer Roads resource.

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