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N° 359 — Road safety

3rd quarter 2013 / July

Contents of Routes/Roads magazine N° 359


by Roy Brannen

What's new?

  • Calendar
  • Focus on the International seminars
  • Update: Road system investment (Japan) - Seminar in Santiago (Chile) - Workshop in Osaka (Japan)
  • Forum for PIARC National Committees: United Kingdom
  • Spotlight on young professionals: Chihiro Tsukuda


Road Stories



Note to the authors


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104 pages, bilingual French-English, distribution: 5,200 copies towards 142 countries.
PIARC President: Oscar de Buen Richkarday (Mexico)
Director of Publication: Jean-François Corté
Editor: Jean-Marc Philippeau 
Editorial Coordinator: Brendan Marsh (Australia)
Editorial Committee: Hector Bonilla (Mexico), Roy Brannen (UK), Lloyd Brown (USA), Elaena Gardner (Australia), Philippe Lemoine (Belgium), Carlo Mariotta (Switzerland), Hirofumi Ohnishi (Japan), Friedrich Zotter (Austria)
Art direction: Céline Le Graciet
Publishing Assistant: Cécile Jeanne
Translations: Marie Pastol (PIARC), Isabelle Chemin, Isabelle Couté-Rodriguez, Robert Sachs
Also with the participation of: Roberto Arditi and Lorenzo Domenichini (Italy), Keith Cota and Robert Hull (USA), Lise Fournier (Canada-Quebec), Ahmed Kashef (Canada), Gerhard Schuwerk (Switzerland), Justin Ward (UK National Committee), Tomonobu Tanino and Jun Sik Ko (PIARC)
Printing: IMB (France) ; Diffusion: GIS (France)
Price of a single copy: 20 €
Subscription (4 issues a year): 60 €
ISSN : 0004-556 X

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