Register today for a webinar series on Safer Road Infrastructure in the Asia-Pacific

DATES: 08, 10, 15, 17, 24 February 2022
TIME: 2.00PM – 4.00PM (UTC+8) Manila, Philippines
Free of charge

Delivered under the Road Safety Capacity Building Programme for Asia and the Pacific and Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety 2020-2025.

The Decade of Action for Global Road Safety 2021-2030 sets a target of halving road deaths and injuries. The Global Plan, adopted in 2021, aims to inspire national and local government, as well other stakeholders who can influence road safety, while they develop their own road safety action plans and targets.

This 5-part webinar series will focus on safer road infrastructure recommendations of the Global Plan, sharing knowledge, tools and case studies that will help countries eliminate high-risk roads, unlock the economic benefits of 3-star or better roads, and meet global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and United Nations (UN) Target obligations.

The series combines two capacity building initiatives:

Participants will have practical assignments and will receive certificate upon conclusion a Certificate of Completion after complete attendance at all four sessions and completing all required activities.

Who should attend:
This webinar series is designed for engineers of road authorities; and road safety engineers, consultants and professionals involved in road design, operation, and maintenance, and with a strong focus on the Asia Pacific region.

The agenda for this webinar series will be available early January 2022.
> Register here
> Learn more about APRSO Road Safety Capacity Building Programme here
This online training is being supported by the World Bank’s Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) under the Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS) and is in continuation of GRSF and World Bank’s active engagement with various State Public Works Departments, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and National Highways Authority under the BIGRS 2020-2025.