The Slovenia-based European Institute of Road Assessment (EIRA) has signed the contract for its work on a €2.15 million project over 3-years to improve road infrastructure safety across 12 countries in the Danube region.
A dramatic increase in 3-star rating on Slovakia’s motorways and expressways led to the country’s national motorway company, NDS, scooping this year’s annual EuroRAP award.
Highways and road safety practitioners from the Government of Catalonia joined members of the Royal Automobile Club of Catalonia (RACC) for a training session at EuroRAP’s Basingstoke headquarters recently.
The European directive on road infrastructure safety management (2008/96/EC) has helped to create new thinking on road safety management across the continent but is constrained by its scope, which covers only the roads of the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T).
As part of a call-off framework, EuroRAP is working with consulting engineers Mott MacDonald in providing road safety support to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Road safety in the Western Balkans was under the spotlight when more than 120 delegates attended the 3rd Transport Research and Knowledge Transfer in Road Safety Conference in Pristina, Kosovo* in January.
Virginia Usatii of Automobile Club Moldova presents a certificate of participation to Igor Barbalata, senior highway design engineer of the Republic of Moldova State Road Administration on 29 October 2014. More than 20 engineers, police and other road professionals attended the EuroRAP training on the use of the survey results for that country.