Achievement

ARI developed various design and training manuals, conducted trainings and workshops for road safety professionals and other people who are engaged and interested to road safety issues, organized seminars and conferences, investigated major road accidents and took various awareness programs and initiatives actions to improve road safety in Bangladesh. It also developed several books for safe driving, manuals for driving instructor and booklet on child road safety. Besides it has been collecting and analyzing accident data and maintaining   road accident database in Bangladesh. The glimpse of outputs of ARI is;


  • Maintaining Road Accidents Database from 1998 to Date in Bangladesh

  • Development of Rural Road Safety Manual (RRSM) with the collaboration of LGED (2016)
  • Development of Road Safety Training Manual (RSTM) with the collaboration of LGED (2016)
  • Treatment Templates for LGED Road Network (2016)
  • Case Study on Existing Hazards in Rural Roads of Bangladesh (2016)
  • Child Road Safety Booklet (2015)
  • Driving Instructor Training Manual (2010)
  • International Conference on Road Safety in Developing Countries (2006)
  • Trainings for LGED, DTCA, Police and Other Road Safety Professionals and Interested Groups
  • Major Accident Investigation (Mishuk Munir-Tarek Masud Death-2011, Mulibari Accident-2015, Vanga-Faridpur-2017, Valuka-Mymensingh-2017 Accidents etc.)
  • Collaboration Works with RHD, LGED, BRTA, Bangladesh Police and Other Stakeholders.
  • List of Hazardous Intersection in Dhaka City (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014)
  • List of Black Spots in National Highways in Bangladesh
  • Road Safety Facts Book in the Year of 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014
  • Contributing to Various National Policy Making Process of Road Safety in Bangladesh
  • Establishment of Facilities for Safety Education and Conducting Research on Traffic Accident and Countermeasures
  • Development of Cost-Effective Safety Measures and Techniques
  • Creating Awareness of Traffic Safety among Policy Makers and Practitioners