• Road traffic accidents are the leading cause of death for children and young adults, aged 5-29 years, worldwide. While tens of thousands more are injured, often suffering lifelong disabilities.

    In this roundtable session, industry leaders from governments, institutes, and NGOs, will discuss initiatives and plans around school zone safety improvement and related countermeasures. They will discuss ideas and solutions as next steps to improve school zone safety for 2022 and beyond.

    There are around 2 million schools in Asia. Contrary to developed countries where there are well-upgraded school zones with proven countermeasures and regulations, the regulation implementation level in developing countries is still low. Join the roundtable webcast to learn what can you do to help change and improve this.

    You can also learn about new technologies for safety assessments based on analytics; this will help you design safer road infrastructure for vulnerable road users.

    Key takeaways:

    • School zone safety initiative Star Rating for School SR4S by iRAP
    • Korea’s and Singapore’s school zone safety initiative achievements and plans for 2022
    • Video analytics with AI for proactive safety methods
    • Good practices with low-cost countermeasures in Asia


    • Rafaela Cesar Machado

      Rafaela Cesar Machado

      Star Rating for Schools Global Coordinator, International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP), Brazil
    • Tan Tee Nee

      Tan Tee Nee

      Director of Traffic Design and Management, Land Transport Authority (LTA), Singapore
    • Prof. Jin Tae Kim

      Prof. Jin Tae Kim

      Professor of Transportation Systems Engineering at the Graduate School of Transportation, Korea National University of Transportation Korea
    • Craig Milligan

      Craig Milligan

      Lead Road Safety Engineer, CEO and co-founder of MicroTraffic, Canada
    • Atsuko Tazawa

      Atsuko Tazawa

      Area Segment and Portfolio Manager, 3M Transportation Safety Division, Asia

    • Additional Panelist:

      Harish Banwari

      Harish Banwari

      Director & Area Division Leader, 3M Transportation Safety Division, Asia
    • Moderator:

      Monica Olyslagers

      Monica Olyslagers

      Innovations Manager, International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP), China

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