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Watch the video to learn from our guest speaker Dr. Khajonsak Jermprapai from the Department of Rural Roads (DRR), Ministry of Transport, Thailand, as he shared a program to improve on the safety of rural roads. Thailand's integrated approach of combining road accident investigations (corrective) and road safety audits (preventive) has been highly commendable. The International Road Federation awarded the 2020 Global Achievement Award to DRR for Thailand's rural road safety improvement program.

Furthermore, 3M expert, Tawat Thongpoon explored the latest research on wet reflective road marking solutions. He also discussed exemplary specifications to make pavement markings visible year-round, for day, night, dry and wet weather conditions.

Key takeaways:

  • Thailand's best practices for rural road safety improvements based on low-cost and short-term countermeasures, derived from road accident investigations and road safety audits.
  • Preventing roadway departure in rural roads using always-visible line marking solutions to delineate center and edge lines.
  • Global pavement marking specification references to reduce roadway departure, and prepare for autonomous vehicle features such as lane keep assist and lane departure warning.


  • Dr. Khajonsak Jermprapai

    Dr. Khajonsak Jermprapai

    Senior Traffic Engineer, Department of Rural Roads, Ministry of Transport, Thailand

  • K. Tawat Thongpoon

    K. Tawat

    Regulatory Affairs Manager, 3M Thailand

  • Dr. Kim Leong Tan (Host)

    Area RA and NPI Manager, Asia, 3M Singapore

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