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iRAP produces a wide range of resources to support road safety practitioners and advocates.
We also host one of the largest online databases of thought leadership publications on road safety techniques and in-depth inspection reports on national roads.
All the iRAP road survey data which is gathered around the world, is processed through ViDA, our central data base.
It’s easy-to-use and contains the results from almost 1,000,000km of road assessments. You can use it to create life-saving Star Ratings and Safer Road Investment Plans. One of the great things about ViDA is that it uses a ‘risk worm’ to segment roads into different levels of risk. This means you can target investment to deliver the biggest return in lives saved and serious injuries prevented.
We’re constantly updating ViDA to make it even more flexible and easy to use.
You can register to use ViDA for free
The ‘iRAP Methodology’ fact sheets describe the Star Rating and Safer Roads Investment Plan methodologies, while the ‘iRAP Road Attribute Risk Factors’ fact sheets describe the risk factors used in the models.
We translated the iRAP Methodology fact sheets into the following languages to assist:
The Road Attributes Risk Factor fact sheets have been translated into French to assist also.
iRAP Methodology fact sheets
iRAP Road Attribute Risk Factors
iRAP is a charity and encourages partners and supplier networks to develop their own skills to lead, undertake and implement iRAP assessments.
In order to support our partners around the world we produce a compact range of documents that outline our technical requirements and the context of our work. They are regularly revised to include best practice and new learning.
Please note: iRAP is updating its specifications, user guides and manuals. The new specifications, user guides and manuals will be officially launched in mid 2019. From the launch, the new documents will be available online here. From 1 July 2019, all new projects will be required to transition to the new specifications.
iRAP produces a number of specifications that can be used in the procurement and management of iRAP-specification activities.
The specifications include:
- A standard ‘Terms of Reference’ that can be used as the basis of a project plan and/or in the process of engaging consultants to deliver services
- Minimum specifications for an iRAP Inspection (survey and coding).
- Minimum specifications for the collection of supporting data.
View all our Manuals and Terms of Reference below
Star Rating and Investment Plans
iRAP produces a small number of regularly updated manuals which are our essential guides to practice. They are designed to be used in conjunction with our specification fact sheets.
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Road Safety Toolkit
The Road Safety Toolkit provides free information on the causes and prevention of road crashes that cause death and injury. Building on decades of road safety research, the Toolkit helps engineers, planners and policy makers access relevant information on countermeasure design, effectiveness, cost and implementation issues.
The Road Safety Toolkit is the result of collaboration between iRAP, the Global Transport Knowledge Partnership (gTKP), ARRB Group, Austroads, the Global Road Safety Facility, Road Safety Fund and FIA Foundation.
A network of road safety professionals and companies capable of competitively bidding to provide high-quality iRAP assessments is growing.
The following table lists companies that are accredited to undertake iRAP-specification activities.
|Organisation||Country||Survey*||Coding||Star Rating and Safer Roads Investment Plan Analysis and Reporting||Lead contact|
|AMSS CMV||Serbia||✔||✔||✔||Nikola Galovic|
|Addis Ababa Institute of Technology (AAIT)||Ethiopia||✔||Israel Wubishet|
|Associated Consultants Ltd||Ghana||✔||Juliet Adu|
|CityPlan||Czech Republic||✔||✔||✔||Petr Satra|
|Dynatest||Brazil||✔||✔||Julio César Braulino|
|FPZ / CPL||Croatia||✔||✔||✔||Marko Ševrović|
|HPT Engenharia||Brazil||✔||Vinicius Astolfo Matosinhos|
|ICT - Intercontinental Consultants and Technocrats||India||✔||✔||✔||Dr. P K Sikdar|
|IMT||Mexico||✔||✔||✔||Alberto Mendoza Díaz|
|Inter Consultant||Tanzania||✔||Marco Bee|
|PaveSys Engenharia||Brazil||✔||✔||✔||Elemar Taffe Jr|
|Prodec Consultoria||Brazil||✔||Jorge Hijas Zidde|
|Projevias||Brazil||✔||✔||Rodrigo Floriano de Souza|
|RoadKorea||Korea||✔||✔||Lee Jung Hun|
|Transportation Solutions||Greece||✔||✔||✔||Stelios Efstathiadis|
|Vectra Esteio Rodovias||Brazil||✔||Aislan Buhler|
|VNA Consulting||South Africa||✔||✔||✔||Yeshveer Balaram|
To perform road survey, the following accredited inspection systems are accredited in accordance with iRAP specifications:
|Supplier||Headquarters||Inspection system||Accredited since||Accreditation expires||Class|
|AMSS CMV||Serbia||CAMSS||Jul 2019||Jul 2022||B|
|AMZS||Slovenia||AMZS RDVS||Nov 2012||May 2019||B|
|ARRB Systems||Australia||Hawkeye 2000||Jan 2013||Oct 2021||B|
|Certare||Brazil||CERTARE R3S||Oct 2017||Oct 2020||B|
|CityPlan||Czech Republic||Floating Car||Sep 2012||Oct 2019||A|
|Comtacti||Brazil||Omni 7||Aug 2018||Aug 2021||B|
|DCL||New Zealand||ROMDAS||Jan 2017||Jan 2020||B|
|FPZ / CPL||Croatia||FPZ||May 2019||May 2022||B|
|GeoVista||India||Mobile Video Mapping||Mar 2012||Mar 2020||B|
|Pavesys||Brazil||LVC-Vídeorregistro||Aug 2016||Aug 2019||A|
|SEMIC||Mexico||SEMIC||May 2010||Jun 2022||B|
|YonaPMS||Israel and Brazil||Yona||Oct 2012||Oct 2019||C|
iRAP can assist in the planning and procurement for a programme directly if required.
For more information
If you would like to build the capacity to undertake iRAP assessments or would like to become an accredited supplier which is able to tender for iRAP projects, then please contact:
Training and Accreditation Coordinator