For many years, investment in road safety infrastructure in Australia and New Zealand has taken a bottom-up approach of targeting safety improvements at locations with an established safety problem. While this approach served Australia and New Zealand well in the past, it does not fully embrace the safe system philosophy on which the Australian and New Zealand road safety strategies are based.
This webinar will present best practice recommendations for the development of Road Safety Infrastructure Programs (RSIPs) that align with the safe system approach.
You will gain an understanding of:
- a best practice structure for the development and implementation of RSIPs
- guidance to demonstrate how program development and implementation can be improved to make greater fatal and serious casualty savings from road safety infrastructure investment
- case studies of current best and good practice recommendations towards the implementation of findings including benchmarking industry progress.
Join in a live Q&A with the presenters to ask questions about best practice in RSIPs.
Presented by Paul Durdin and Dave Smith
Paul Durdin is a Director of Abley Transportation Consultants and has 20 years experience in the field of traffic engineering and transportation planning in Australia and New Zealand. He is a nationally recognised expert with specialist skills in the areas of road safety, strategic and integrated transport planning, and the development of best-practice guidance.
Dave Smith is an Associate at Abley Transportation Consultants and has 18 years experience as a transportation planner and modeler having worked on high-profile infrastructure and development projects in Australia and New Zealand. He is a specialist project manager for transportation research and business case projects in the areas of strategic road safety, public transport, transportation engineering, transportation energy and ITS.
No charge but registration is essential.
Can’t make the live session? Register and we’ll send you a link to the recording.