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Young Driver Focus 2019

01 May 2019

Royal Automobile Club, London

The 2019 Young Driver Focus will be held at the Royal Automobile Club on London’s Pall Mall – on Wednesday 1st May 2019.

Young Driver Focus is jointly organised by FirstCar, Road Safety GB and the RAC Foundation, in association with the young driver insurer ingenie, the event’s headline sponsor for the past five years.

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Fifth UN Global Road Safety Week 2019

06 May 2019

The UN Road Safety Collaboration is pleased to announce the theme of the 5th UN Global Road Safety Week: “Leadership for road safety.” Enlightened leaders are able to provide a vision of what the future might look like and to mobilize action to achieve this.

This theme acknowledges that stronger leadership is needed to advance road safety in countries and communities worldwide.

The goal of the Week is to generate a demand from the public for stronger leadership for road safety worldwide. Its objectives are to:

  • provide an opportunity for civil society to generate demands for strong leadership for road safety, especially around concrete, evidence-based interventions which will save lives.
  • inspire leaders to take action by showcasing examples of strong leadership for road safety within governments, international agencies, NGOs, foundations, schools and universities, and private companies, among others.

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Driving for Better Business Private Sector Summit

08 May 2019

McLaren's Thought Leadership Centre

As part of the United Nations Global Road Safety Week (6th -12th May 2019) which this year has the theme of Leadership, Highways England is hosting the Driving for Better Business Private Sector Summit, for CEOs and Board Directors of some of the UK’s leading businesses, at McLaren’s inspirational new Thought Leadership Centre.

Details of the programme and the registration form are here.


8th IRF Caribbean Regional Congress & Exhibition

08 May 2019

Georgetown, Guyana

The Caribbean region is at a critical point in its development trajectory and will need more and better connectivity infrastructure to fully reap the benefits of economic growth. In addressing the infrastructure deficit, governments across the region have made road development a priority area, undertaking much-needed maintenance work, and safety investments.

Join decision makers from Guyana and the wider region on May 8th -10th, 2019 to design road strategies that will prepare the Caribbean for 21st century infrastructure & mobility challenges.

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Fleet Workshop: Public Sector and Housing

14 May 2019

The Marriott Victoria and Albert Hotel, Water Street, Manchester

DriverMetrics Research Director, Dr Lisa Dorn will speak at the Fleet Workshop: Public Sector and Housing on the 14th -15th May 2019.

She will speak on the topic of “Understanding driver behaviour”.

This event enables attendees to share ideas or problems experienced in order to try and find solutions that can be shared and that ultimately attendees can take away to use in their own organisation.

Industry experts and module leaders will guide attendees on “how in practice” they can find a workable solution to solve problems or become more compliant, effective and efficient.

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Southern African Transport Conference

08 July 2019

Pretoria, South Africa

The Southern African Transport Conference will take place from the 8th - 11th July 2019 in Pretoria, South Africa.

The International Road Federation is pleased to join hands with the South African Department of Transport and the American Transportation Research Board (TRB) to support the 38th annual Southern African Transport Conference (SATC 2019) to be held from 8th to 11th July 2019 at the CSIR International Convention Centre in Pretoria, South Africa.

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International Course on Traffic Safety in Work Zones

24 September 2019

Doha, Qatar

IRF (Geneva) together with the Qatar Transportation & Traffic Safety Center and Qatar University are pleased to announce the International Course on Traffic Safety in Work Zones which will be held from 24th to 26th September 2019 in Doha, Qatar.

Motorists constitute more than eighty percent (80%) of the fatalities in work zones. Road Authorities are responsible for the safety of these motorists and they must establish and enforce the criteria that contractors must follow to design a safe work zone.

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