International Road Federation, India Chapter (IRF-IC), in association with Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRT&H) and a few other stakeholders have undertaken a number of initiatives, built around the 5 pillar strategy of the UN, formulated to achieve the target set under the UN Decade of Action, resolving to reduce the road related fatalities by 50% by 2020. Incremental improvements have been reported from the data collected by reliable agencies, however, the need of the hour is to prioritise the road safety programmes, implement it countrywide and monitor it for tangible outcomes.
Launch of Enhanced First Aid Training of Drivers
Inaugural Function was held on 21st December 2015 at 10:30 AM at AAUI Office
9th IRF Regional Conference – “Road Safety Initiatives : Status and the Way Forward”
New Delhi, India , 05 October 2015 - 06 October 2015
The first ever joint Regional Conference hosted by the International Road Federation (IRF) Geneva and Roads Australia (RA) will host Road industry leaders from across Asia and the Pacific in Sydney in May 2015.
IRF members would now benefit from Early Bird Registration till 30th March 2015.
Accomodation: We have preferential rates for two hotels that are an approximate 10-minute walk from the Conference venue.
The hotels are the Novotel on Darling Harbour (4.5 stars) and the Hotel Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour (3.5 stars).
International 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 objective of uniformly developing and ingraining road safety culture in children, who are the country’s future. Five books have been developed for this purpose on the following subjects:
Social Science and
Conference on ‘Status of Road Safety and Safe Mobility Initiatives in India’ ,15-16 January, New Delhi, India
The Conference on the theme of Status of Road Safety and Safe Mobility Initiatives in India, being held on
To take its mission of Greener Roads forward, International Road Federation (IRF) and Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) with the support of Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRT&H) organized a Workshop on Development of Greener Roads on 15th October 2014.
IRF/ Mongolian Roads Association Conference (Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia, 05 December 2014 - 06 December 2014 )
Road industry leaders from across Asia and the Pacific will descend on Sydney in May 2015 for the first ever joint regional conference hosted by the International Road Federation (IRF) Geneva and Roads Australia (RA).
The IRF – RA Regional Conference for Asia and Australasia will take place in Sydney between 4 and 7 May 2015, coinciding with the United Nations’ Global Road Safety Week.
Road safety will be a key theme of the Conference, alongside innovation and value-for-money procurement and delivery of infrastructure.
In a joint statement, IRF Geneva Chairman, Kiran Kapila, and Roads Australia President, David Stuart-Watt, said the Conference would bring together industry leaders from both the private and public sectors to share learnings and strengthen regional relationships.