IRF Notes January 2015 Making a Difference, One IRF Fellow at a Time 66th Class of IRF Fellows Takes Part in Unique Leadership Course 30 IRF Fellows representing 22...

The Kenneth A. Stonex Roadside Safety Award was established in 1991 to recognize lifetime contributions to roadside safety. It was originally named for Ken Stonex, a General Motors employee who was a pioneer for roadside safety long before the seriousness of run-off-road crashes was recognized by most transportation agencies. The Transportation Research Board’s AFB20 Committee on roadside safety now presents the award annually to a deserving individual during TRB’s Annual Meeting.

The International Road Federation recognizes the significant role of the World Bank and other regional Multilateral Development Banks in influencing quality standards for road infrastructure and the broader transport system across all the countries where they operate.

30 IRF Fellows representing 22 countries as diverse as Haiti, Kenya and Indonesia took part in the International Road Federation’s Road Scholar Program in January 2015. The 10-day program, timed with the Transportation Research Board’s Annual Meeting, is an annual multiday leadership and orientation course which brings together the new class of IRF Fellows in Washington, D.C....

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The IRF organized a myriad of Regional Congresses, Certified Training Courses, Executive Workships and e-Learning Webinars in 2014. Download our complimentary publication today to learn more about how 2014 was an historical year for the International Road Federation.

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