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The Road Zipper System® from Lindsay Transportation Solutions is a moveable barrier technology for managed lanes and construction applications.

This 2nd IRF Asia Regional Congress will address the specific needs of the region by bringing together industry leaders, experts and decision-makers. The region has a rapidly expanding road infrastructure and the resources to invest in the new and improved technology.

New unsafe roads are being designed and built because national standards are out of date and or road authorities and design engineering cons lasting firms are unaware of today’s safety best practices and new state of the art technologies. In response, the IRF has created a complete and comprehensive world class safety workshop — Safer Roads by Design™ — built to leave a lasting impression on attendees. Its intent is to introduce concepts that can be used to prevent accidents, as well as concepts that will help reduce the severity of accidents.

At 3M, we apply science in collaborative ways to improve lives daily. 3M’s Traffic Safety and Security Division is a global leader in developing products, systems and services for the transportation safety, vehicle registration and management, identification security, and electronic monitoring markets.

10 countries took part in the inaugural edition of IRF’s Road Network Safety Management course held on September 4-8 in Dubai, UAE. The new course offered the theoretical background and applied practices to effectively identify and reduce exposure to traffic injury risks.

New unsafe roads are being designed and built because national standards are out of date and or road authorities and design engineering cons lasting firms are unaware of today’s safety best practices and new state of the art technologies. In response, the IRF has created a complete and comprehensive world class safety workshop — Safer Roads by Design™ — built to leave a lasting impression on attendees. Its intent is to introduce concepts that can be used to prevent accidents, as well as concepts that will help reduce the severity of accidents.

The World Bank’s updated Environmental and Social Framework provides new traffic safety safeguards applicable to all loans and grants with road construction components. It represents a major achievement for all safety advocates and echoes calls formulated by IRF.

In 2015, Nexco East introduced a moveable barrier system in Japan, creating safer work zones along the Joban Expressway, north of Tokyo. Two of the main actors behind this project look back at how it came to life and the role of IRF.

On the occasion of IRF’s inaugural executive seminar on Road Network Safety Management, Abertis’ Jérôme Ferré presents a market leader’s vision for safer roads.

Two workshops in Serbia and Bulgaria, respectively, gathered 200 participants and emphasized the value of systematic road safety audits and inspections conducted by qualified road professionals. 

Join us on June 16 at 13:00 (US East Coast time) for a complimentary introduction to new network and site analysis tools allowing effective safety diagnosis even in the face of absent and incomplete traffic safety data.

New unsafe roads are being designed and built because national standards are out of date and or road authorities and design engineering cons lasting firms are unaware of today’s safety best practices and new state of the art technologies. In response, the IRF has created a complete and comprehensive world class safety training program — Safer Roads by Design™ — built to leave a lasting impression on attendees. Its intent is to introduce concepts that can be used to prevent accidents, as well as concepts that will help reduce the severity of accidents.

Attendees of this workshop will learn about practical policies and solutions that be applies successfully to improve road safety. A special focus will be given to speed enforcement, traffic management, and police leadership. Attendees will also learn about Road Safety Audits and how they can be applied to help prevent hazards and reduce accidents.

Nearly 100 participants from a host of Caribbean nations have reaffirmed a vision for roads free from death and serious injury. IRF’s 5th Caribbean Regional Congress was dominated by discussions focused on reducing injury risk through coordinated action by sector stakeholders.

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