RADAR - Road Infrastructure Safety Training courses in Czech Republic


RADAR Project Partner, General Automotoclub of the Czech Republic, has organised and held a three-day Road Infrastructure Safety Training courses in Czech Republic on November 26-28, 2019.

The 3-day training course in Prague, Czech Republic, was divided into three different sessions. The first one was focused on risk mapping and their application in tracking performance, the second on the star rating process and the use of ViDA web tools. During the third session, the process of making investment plans in safer ways and collecting data about them for coding as well as the encoding process itself were presented.

The training courses were very well received, and a good blend of Czechs experts were able to participate from different fields of road engineering. The group of the attendees represented road authorities, national stakeholders, decision-makers, NGO’s and even senior experts who were interested in the topic.

The training courses were led by Bojan Jovanović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic SciencesKlemen Filipič, Automobile and Motorcycle Association of Slovenia and Jiri Landa, General Automotoclub of the Czech Republic. 

The webinars following the training courses will be held soon. Stay tuned for more information.

Road Safety Training courses will be also delivered in Serbia and Moldova. Follow our official RADAR calendar to not miss a thing.


Programme co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI)