PIARC's National Committees
National Committees represent the World Road Association at national level. In 2018, National Committees are active in 47 countries.
The Algerian Road Association (ARAL) has fulfilled the role of National Committee since 1998.
The Fundación CENATTEV has held the function of National Committee from 1987 to 2011. Since September 2011, this function is taken over by the Asociación Argentina de Carreteras.
AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND
It is in 1989 that the Australian and New Zealand Committee (Austroads International Committee) was established.
The Austrian National Committee (Österreichisches Nationalkomitee des WeltStraßenverbandes AIPCR / PIARC) was created in 1973, in view of the World Road Congress in Vienna (1979).
The Belgian National Committee, established in 1932, is one of the oldest PIARC National Committees.
The Committee of Benin (AIPCR-CONABE) was set up in 2006.
The Bulgarian Forum for Transport Infrastructure was recognized as a National Committee in 2018.
The Committee of Burkina Faso (CB-AIPCR) was created in 2002. It also accommodates a Technology Transfer Centre.
The Cameroonian Road Association (ACR) was created in 2004.
The new Canadian National Committee is TAC/ATC.
The PIARC Quebec Committee, created in 1995 in view of the XXth World Road Congress in Montreal, is an integral part of the AQTR.
The Asociación Chilena de Carreteras y Transporte (ACCT) has fulfilled the role of National Committee since 2011.
The Congolese national Committee (CO.NA.CO) was set up in 2005.
The Ivorian National Committee, CNCI-Route, was created in 2018.
The Czechoslovak National Committee, created in 1932, became the "Czech National Committee " in 1993.
ASODOCAT was recognized as a National Committee in 2015.
The Sociedad Ecuatoriana de Ingeniería del Transporte has fulfilled the role of National Committee since 2013.
The French National Committee was created in 1953.
The German National Committee, closely linked to Forschungsgesellschaft für Straßen und Verkehrswesen ( FGSV), has been in operation since 1955.
The Hungarian National Committee was established in 2001.
Since 1937, the Indian Roads Congress has fulfilled the role of National Committee.
The Transport Infrastructure Ireland has fulfilled the role of National Committee since 2012.
The Italian National Committee, established in 1932, is one of the oldest PIARC National Committees.
The Japan Road Association (JRA), acting as National Committee, was created in 1947.
The Korean National Committee was created in 2007.
The Malagasy Committee, CMGAIPCR, was created in 2001.
The Road Engineering Association of Malaysia (REAM) was recognized as National Committee in 2014.
In 2006, Mali created its National Committee, the CM-AIPCR.
The AMIVTAC (Mexican Road Association) was recognized as a National Committee in 2005.
Mongolian Road Association was recognized as a National Committee in 2015.
Asociación Paraguaya de Carreteras (APC)
The Asociación Paraguaya de Carreteras (APC) was recognized as a National Committee in 2017.
Polski Kongres Drogowy / Polish Road Congress
The Polish Road Congress was recognized as a National Committee in 2017.
The Portuguese National Committee was created in 1952 following the IXth World Road Congress in Lisbon (1951).
The Professional Association of Roads and Bridges (APDP) has been acting as a National Committee since 2001.
In 2007, Senegal created its National Committee, the CNS-AIPCR.
Rapport d'activité 2008
The Slovak National Committee was created in 1996.
The Slovenian National Committee was established in 1999.
The Spanish National Committee, established in 1934, is one of the oldest PIARC National Committees.
Switzerland is among the first member countries having created a National Committee in 1932.
The Tanzania Roads Association (TARA) has fulfilled the role of National Committee since 2018.
The Tunisian Road Association (ATR), formed in 2018, was recognized as a National Committee in 2019.
The very first British individual and collective members paid their subscription in... 1925!
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AASHTO has fulfilled the role of National Committee since 2011.
The Asociación Uruguaya de Caminos has fulfilled the role of National Committee since 2011.