Summary The iRAP Innovation 2017 Workshop was held 8-10 November at the Automotive Campus in Helmond, Netherlands. Hosted by EuroRAP and the Royal Dutch Automobile Club (ANWB), with support from the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA),...
Summary The UN Sustainable Development Goals have set the challenge to halve road deaths and injuries by 2020 (Goal 3.6). They have also set the challenge for safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport systems for all (Goal 11.2) and they have...
Summary The United Nations has included a road safety target in the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. Our challenge will be to provide the catalyst and capacity to make the target of reducing road deaths to less than 600,000 per year achievable. We...
Among the world’s best in road infrastructure safety gathered recently at ARRB’s headquarters in Melbourne, Australia for iRAP’s third Innovation Workshop.
The Workshop was hosted by AusRAP leaders AAA, RACV and ARRB with support from TAC and VicRoads. The Innovation Workshop is a platform for those using iRAP tools and those involved in road infrastructure safety more broadly to transfer their know-how quickly to each other through mutual support and friendly competition.
A collection of 32 presentations from the workshop covers topics such as Star Ratings of roads before-and-after upgrades, targeted road maintenance to improve safety and mobile phone probe data for traffic speed measurements. Participants also had the opportunity to take a tour of recent safety improvements made to the Maroondah Highway.
This two and a half day forum aimed at transferring good international practices in urban transport to decision makers in a select number of Chinese cities and provinces where World Bank and Asian Development Bank projects are underway. Improving road...
Among the world’s best in road infrastructure safety gathered recently at the World Bank in Washington for iRAP’s second Innovation Workshop. The Workshop was hosted by usRAP partners AAA FTS and MRIGlobal.
The Innovation Workshop is a platform for those using iRAP tools and those involved in road infrastructure safety more broadly to transfer their know-how quickly to each other through mutual support and friendly competition.
This Workshop captured the enormous scale of effort being made in policy development, technical application and research around the world. As just some examples:
The 5th annual iRAP Asia Pacific Workshop will be held on Thursday 4 April, 2013 in Manila.
As in previous years, the workshop will be held as part of the GRSP Asia Road Safety Seminar (2-3 April, 2013). The 2012 event brought together hundreds of people from more than 20 countries.
iRAP workshop participants will include road authority engineers, policy makers, automobile association staff, researchers and consultants. People will have the opportunity to:
- share their experiences in undertaking iRAP assessments
- learn about the latest iRAP model and software developments (http://vida.irap.org)
- find out about our the online training platform, RAPcapacity (http://capacity.irap.org)
- hear about innovative data collection and analysis techniques
- get the latest information on infrastructure safety techniques.
2012 iRAP Asia Pacific workshop - presentation archive Transcript of welcome by John Dawson Transcript of speech by Wu Lingtao, RIOH Safer Journeys: the New Zealand Road Safety Strategy The iRAP ARRB Centre of Excellence The ARRB Hawkeye platform – in...