EuroRAP’s 12th Annual General Assembly was held 8-10 April 2014 at the Art’otel, Budapest, Hungary. SENSOR meetings also took place on the 7th/8th April. EuroRAP Members and Technical Partners were warmly welcomed to the very successful meetings.
The Press Conference prior to the General Assembly was a great success, with extensive media coverage. KTI launched the Risk Rate map for Hungary with senior Hungarian government representatives and other VIPs.
Road sections of almost 3000 km in Hungary are being Risk Rated within the framework of the SENSOR (South East Neighbourhood Safe Routes) project financed by the European Union. Based on the findings of the review carried out with EuroRAP methodology, the Hungarian expert group is to make proposals on low-budget transport technical interventions. The international initiative aimed at significantly raising the standard of traffic safety along the national public road network was presented at a press conference in Budapest on 9 April 2014.