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African road safety manuals and practices survey

18 December 2013

RoadSafe partner TRL has been commissioned by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to write road safety manuals for Africa (road safety audit, road safety inspection and blackspot analysis). The first step is to understand what manuals already exist in Africa and which countries are currently undertaking these activities.

If you work in Africa or have any knowledge of manuals in use there please fill in the questionnaire available here on-line. It will take just 5 minutes to fill in.

Data protection: Please note that your contact details will be used only for the purpose of this project. They will not be passed on to third parties and will not be held beyond the end of the project (currently scheduled to be complete in May 2014).

If however you would like to be added to the general TRL mailing list for newsletters etc. please send this request separately to scharman@trl.co.uk. 
 

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