Publications Routes/Roads Road safety

This page lists Routes/Roads articles of PIARC in the field of road safety. These publications are classified chronologically.

  • Road safety impact bonds - A financial business case

    Initial feasibility and pilot studies are underway and the paper provides an update on progress worldwide and in particular ongoing work in Victoria, Australia.

  • Justifying road safety investments for locations without collisions by quantifying road safety risk

    This article describes the rationale and methodology that was developed for ICBC's Proactive Road Safety Program.

  • Lay-bys and protection against lateral obstacles in tunnels

    The present article summarizes the contents of a report soon to be published on the World Road Association's Website.

  • Road safety framework and policies in Singapore

    Singapore is an urbanised city State. It has a land area of 715.8 square kilometers and a dense population of about 5.31 million. About 13% of the total land area is devoted to roads. The road network is highly urbanised, with 161 km of expressways, 652 km of arterial roads, 561 km of collector roads and 2,051 km of local access roads. The road infrastructure is well developed and well maintained, including the provision of lighting on every public road. Compared with many developed countries, [...]

  • Road safety in REAAA countries - Overview

    In June 2001, the World Road Association and the Road Engineering Association of Asia & Australasia (REAAA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to serve as a basis for a future structured cooperation. The MoU was updated in 2009 to better reflect the increased level of cooperation and mutual understanding sought by both associations. Several initiatives have taken place since the revised MoU was signed, the most recent being the joint World Road Association/REAAA/IRDA (Indonesian Road Development [...]

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