About IRF India Chapter
The India Chapter of the IRF has been active in India since February 2009 with aims and objectives in consonance with those of its Geneva based parent body, International Road Federation Geneva Programme Centre, which had initiated and consolidated Road Safety activities in a major way in India since 2005. Accordingly IRF-IC works for economic, safer and sustainable roads through improved design, construction, maintenance and management. It brings together a formidable body of expertise and experience of its Indian members, from both private and public sectors, engaged in road infrastructure development and related business for furthering the cause of (i) Road Safety (ii) Environment (iii) Road Finance and (iv) Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).
Initiatives On Road Safety by IRF India Chapter
ENHANCED FIRST AID TRAINING (eFD) FOR COMMERCIAL DRIVERSInternational Road Federation (IRF) initiated Enhanced First Aid (eFD) Training for Drivers of Commercial Vehicles through its newly incorporated arm – IRF-ICMOT (International Collaborative Centre for Mitigation...
STARTING THEM YOUNG :IRF Initiative for Integrating Road Safety in School CurriculumInternational Road Federation India Chapter, in association with IRTE has developed an integrated curriculum as part of the existing curricula in schools for classes VI to X, with the...
Conspicuity Drive for CyclistsRoad accident deaths in India number the highest in the world. Among these, a very vulnerable segment of road users is constituted of cyclists and in 2014, an estimated 4,023 cyclists were killed in road accidents in India. In Delhi,...
Project – Stain-less RoadsIn April 2019, International Road Federation ( India Chapter) and Jindal Stainless Foundation (JSF),the CSR arm of the JINDAL Group, initiated action for undertaking Project ” Stain- less Roads”,a joint work programme covering various...
Blackspot Removal ProgrammeA Blackspot is a section of road (up to 500 m length or a junction), witnessing repetitive road accidents over a period of two to three years. As a first step, rectification measures should be taken on stretches, which witness five or more...
IRF India (Events)
The fourth webinar in the series would be held on May 18, 2021 at 16:30 Hrs (IST) on Road Safety Management & Action Plan.Find out more »
The IRF-IC 3rd Webinar on “Safer Roads for Safety of All Road Users” was held on 6th April 2021 from 16:30 Hrs. – 18:30 Hrs. (IST). At the outset, Mr. K.K. Kapila, President […]Find out more »
IRF India (News)
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