Participants will be exposed to selected Electronic Toll Collection schemes at different stages of maturity and representative of the diversity of market solutions.
While tolling related technologies have made tremendous progress over the past decade, Capital Expenditure and Operational Expenditure remain significant hurdles for many road agencies.
In 2015, traffic injuries remained one of the leading causes of death and injury across the 15-39 year old age group, disproportionately impacting breadwinners and low-income groups.
A summary of lessons learned from the Woodrow Wilson Bridge project (Virginia, USA)
The International Road Federation was delighted to welcome the newest class of IRF Fellows to Washington, DC in January. The 2017 Class of Fellows brings the total number of students the IRF has assisted through school to 1,400 individuals, representing 118 countries on six continents. This remarkable achievement testifies to the fact that the IRF Fellowship Program remains the “crown jewel” of the IRF.