Seminar on “Role of Insurance Sector in Road Safety”,12th July 2014,Auditorium, India International Centre, New Delhi
International Road Federation, India Chapter organizing a Seminar jointly with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on 12th July 2014 on “Role of Insurance Sector in Road Safety”.
Speech of Mr. K. K. Kapila, Chairman, IRF Geneva Programme Centre
'Decade of Action Policy & Donor Forum 2014, RACV City Club, Melbourne, Australia, 5th-7th May 2014
Senior Road Executives Programme(23-25 June 2014,26-28 June 2014,30 June-02 July 2014,03-05 July 2014)
About The Programme
For over fifteen years, the Senior Road Executives Programme has provided continuing professional development for those working in the road sector and by so doing, contributed to the dissemination of knowledge and expertise throughout the world. The Programme is designed to advance the global understanding, through an inter-disciplinary approach, of the most pressing issues facing the road sector by providing a unique forum for debate and discussion with experts and fellow delegates, enabling managerial and technical concepts to be easily grasped.
"This is indeed a timely welcome gesture. I strongly appeal to everyone to support this initiative and bring it to the notice of all political parties. In fact, I would like to hold a Press Conference on this issue to bring it into optimal focus. In your individual capacity, may I request you to propagate and spread this message hailing this initiative and thanking the Congress party and asking others to emanate it.
K.K. Kapila "
Pretoria, South Africa, 02 September 2014 - 04 September 2014
The SARF/IRF Regional Conference for Africa has established itself as the flagship event for road infrastructure. It provides a balanced mix of speakers from both the private and public sectors stimulating challenging debates on the roles and performances of the respective sectors.
Road 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 2011, 6,824 cyclists are estimated to have died in accidents across India. Many of these deaths are attributable to poor road visibility of cyclists. Needless to say, apart from the social trauma caused by these fatalities, the economic loss as a result of the loss of valuable lives is great.
The world’s no. 1 exhibition for traffic technology
is back in India with its 2nd edition