From certified training workshops at our new Global Training Institute in Washington DC to international conferences held on all continents, the International Road Federation will once again offer road & mobility professionals unparalleled access to continuing educations programs, knowledge resources and business development opportunities in 2019. Download the "2019 Year at a Glance" today.

Mr. Sam Subramaniam, Chief Executive Officer of Brand Capital, the $4 billion strategic investment arm of The Times Group (India), and an alumnus of the IRF Fellowship Program (Class of 1999) was today awarded the highly prestigious "Entrepreneur of the Year" Award by the Shiromani Institute.

Mobility services are expected to undergo spectacular changes within next two decades with the introduction and widespread use of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) technology. However, the transition phase from human driving to self-driving will be gradual, requiring incremental interventions on the physical and digital road network to allow it to cope with mixed vehicular traffic.

Thinking critically about your road asset management capacity strengthening needs is key to adopting the organization-wide practices and indicators that will help unleash the full range of positive outcomes.

Morgan Morris, a master’s student at the University of Central Florida, recounts her life-changing experience as President of the 2019 Class of IRF Fellows. Morgan Morris’ participation in the IRF Road Scholar Program was enabled through the generous support of Transpo Industries, an IRF Member.

Public procurement can be a leveraged to deliver long term value for money, promote innovation and sustainability, according to a new White Paper published today by the International Road Federation.

Since we were established in 1948, the International Road Federation’s work has been anchored in a proud tradition of engineering excellence supported by a forward-looking vision of roads at the service of society.

Kirk Steudle Named 2018 IRF "Man of the Year"

New Directors Appointed to the Board of the International Road Federation

The new award recognizes game-changing innovations that will help the sector meet its safety, environmental sustainability, and cost efficiency targets. Eligible recipients are selected among the pool of exhibitors present at an IRF event

IRF Announces Winners of 2018 Global Road Achievement Awards

The city Dubrovnik in Croatia hosted a highly successful gathering of 500 transport stakeholders on October 22-24 to deepen the understanding of regional mobility challenges and achieve consensus on key policy, investment, and planning measures.

IRF joined forced with the European Commission and the World Bank to deliver a one-day workshop titled "Safety Camera Use for Speed Enforcement" on October 16, 2018 as part of the Eastern Partnership Road Safety Project. 

Africa poses unique challenges for the provision and preservation of roads and road transport. To address some of these challenges, the South African Road Federation (SARF) in association with the International Road Federation (IRF) and the World Roads Association (PIARC), hosted the Regional Conference for Africa in Durban.

© 2015-2019 International Road Federation. All Rights Reserved.
Follow us: