The objective of the exercise is to transform these highway stretches, in association with the State Governments and Corporate India, into forgiving roads with almost zero fatalities and serious injuries. The transformation is intended through a series of corrective road safety management measures addressing the 5Es of road safety namely, Engineering of Roads, Engineering of Vehicles & Policy Intervention, Education, Enforcement and Emergency Care.
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About IRF India Chapter
The International Road Federation IRF India Chapter 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).
IRF India (Events)
IRF India Chapter organized the 3rd and concluding Webinar in the series, titled “Road Safety Education & Awareness – A Comprehensive Approach” on 7th December 2022 from 15:30 – 17:30 Hrs. Prof. […]Find out more »
IRF India (News)
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