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IndiaRAP inaugural newsletter now available.

18 September 2020

IndiaRAP, is the locally owned and led, globally supported road safety assessment programme for India tackling this vital public health issue. It has a vision for an India free of high risk roads.

IndiaRAP was launched in 2017 as a collaboration between iRAP and the Asian Institute of Transport Development (AITD), generously supported by FedEx.

IndiaRAP works with governments, development banks, mobility clubs, NGOs, research organisations and road safety stakeholders to make India’s roads safer – 3-star or better.

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