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iRAP Achievements in 101 Countries

16 June 2020

iRAP’s latest metrics have been released and are available here.  

These highlight work across 101 countries with European risk-mapping growth, 770 school assessments in 38 countries, great training activity and an additional USD$11.3 billion in safer roads investment in the last 12 months.

Achieving >75% of travel on 3-star or better roads for all road users by 2030 stands to save 450,000+ lives and 100 million lives and serious injuries over the 20-year life of road treatments, with a benefit of $8 for every $1 invested.

Further information about iRAP's achievements is available in the annual report which is here.

 

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