iRAP keen to assess accident-prone highways in India
The International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) is keen to assess accident-prone roads in India after studying 12,000 kms of state and national highways in 12 states, its CEO Rob McInerney said.
iRAP is the umbrella programme for Road Assessment Programmes (RAPs) worldwide that are working to save lives by improving road safety. The programme launched in India is titled Indian Road Assessment Programme (IndiaRAP).
"We are working for safer roads globally. More than half of the (road accident) deaths in India are happening on 5 per cent of roads," McInerney told
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