The International Road Federation (IRF Global) and Dubai Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) invite surface transportation specialists to submit contributions to the scientific program of the 18th IRF World Meeting & Exhibition.
The 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety concluded in Stockholm, Sweden today with a renewed call by policy makers and road safety stakeholders representing over 100 countries to cut fatal traffic injuries by 50% within the next decade.
The International Road Federation (IRF) has announced the winners of the 2019 IRF Global Road Achievement Awards, a global competition to recognize outstanding achievement by road professionals.
Dubai, one of the world's iconic cities, has been designated to host the International Road Federation's World Meeting & Exhibition in November, 2021.
A global summit of road mobility thought-leaders and innovators has opened today in Las Vegas, Nevada at the invitation of the International Road Federation.
T. Peter Ruane Named 2019 IRF "Man of the Year"
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.
Kirk Steudle Named 2018 IRF "Man of the Year"
New Directors Appointed to the Board of the International Road Federation
IRF Announces Winners of 2018 Global Road Achievement Awards
IRF Opens Innovation-Centric Global Road Conference in Las Vegas
A report jointly released today by the International Road Federation (IRF Global) and McKinsey & Company will help transport decision-makers and international financial institutions identify and leverage efficiency gains in road project design and delivery, potentially saving billions of dollars each year.
Highways England has received IRF's prestigious annual safety accolade - known as the 'Find a Way' award
The International Road Federation (IRF Global) is drawing urgent attention to the need for coordinated efforts to foster a safety culture on road construction sites, currently responsible for hundreds of thousands of injuries and thousands of deaths worldwide.
2018 marks seven decades since the International Road Federation (IRF) was established by two dozen industry leaders in Washington DC to assist Western Europe in the reconstruction of its infrastructure after the second World War. Ever since, IRF has played a leading role in promoting road infrastructure around the world as a means of achieving social and economic progress with a unifying slogan: "Better Roads mean Better Living".