IRF’s new Global Training Institute will host five certified workshops aimed at assisting road professionals focus on road deficiencies that lead to severe and fatal injuries, select the correct option to correct the situation, and deliver results.
IRF has joined an elite group of continuing education providers accredited to administer Public-Private Partnership proficiency credentials to aspiring road & transportation professionals. With this accreditation, professionals taking the APMG approved IRF course on PPPs may go on to apply for a Public-Private Partnerships Professional Certification (CP3P) established by APMG, a global examination institute.
Organized by the IRF Asia Regional Office in Kuala Lumpur, more than 50 delegates from seven countries attended this new IRF seminar designed to help road agencies get the most out of their asphalt pavements using state of the art techniques and pavement preservation strategies.
IRF reaffirms its commitment to building managerial capacity and developing innovative safety partnerships on the occasion of a high-level meeting of the region’s Ministers of Transport convened in Brussels by SEETO and the European Commission.
At a time when many governments and city authorities around the world are challenged to manage transport demand and recover costs from road users, members of the International Road Federation have launched a new committee dedicated to tolling and other forms of road user charging (RUC).
IRF and the Qatar Transportation and Traffic Safety Center at Qatar University have partnered to deliver a cycle of of Road Safety Training programs in 2016/2017.