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IRAP IN MALAYSIA: From Plan to Action. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Farhan Sadullah MIROS. GRSP/IRAP Asia Road Safety Seminar 7 th October 2009. CONTENT. IRAP in Malaysia – the beginning The IRAP Pilot Project A period of abeyance – a case of closing the loop Moving forward and challenges ahead

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Irap in malaysia from plan to action

IRAP IN MALAYSIA: From Plan to Action

Prof. Dr. Ahmad Farhan Sadullah

MIROS

GRSP/IRAP Asia Road Safety Seminar 7th October 2009


Content

CONTENT

  • IRAP in Malaysia – the beginning

  • The IRAP Pilot Project

  • A period of abeyance – a case of closing the loop

  • Moving forward and challenges ahead

  • Lessons learned


Irap process

iRAP Process

Define the road network where fatal and serious injuries are likely to be concentrated

Inspect the road and map the safety quality

Output: Star rating map

Appraise investment options and recommend high-return countermeasure programme

Output: Countermeasure programmes

Local examination of proposed countermeasure programme

Detailed design, costing, implementation and evaluation studies

Output: Evaluation reports


Malaysia road safety facts

Malaysia – Road Safety Facts

  • 18 fatalities per day

    • 6,282 deaths in 2007

    • 6,527 deaths in 2008

    • 23.5 fatalities per 100,000 population in 2008

    • 3.63 fatalities per 10,000 vehicles in 2008

  • Cost of crashes RM 9 billion

  • 2-3% of GDP


Irap in malaysia

iRAP in Malaysia

Safer Roads

A team approach


Irap malaysia pilot project history

iRAP Malaysia Pilot Project History

  • August 2006 – Commencement workshop and trial inspections

  • March 2007 – Survey launch and inspections

  • April 2007 – Video Rating

  • November 2007 – Preliminary results

  • March 2008 – Draft Report ready

  • Sept 2009 …….Final Report launch

  • …………………Implementation


Irap malaysia summary

iRAP Malaysia Summary

  • 3,700 kilometres of Peninsular Malaysia assessed

  • 3 camera GPS-linked video system

  • Images assessed every 100m

  • Media activities in every state


Top 7 countermeasures

Top 7 Countermeasures


Investment summary

Investment Summary

  • 3,700 km of road inspected (5% of network)

  • RM550 million initial investment

  • Save 2,900 lives and 29,000 serious injuries (20 years)

  • 32% reduction in road trauma

  • Program BCR of 16:1

2,900 lives saved


Closing the loop

CLOSING THE LOOP

  • From March 2008 – a lull period

  • What had happened

    • Pilot study had finished with recommendations for countermeasures and further assessment

    • Small-scale interactions with and guidance from iRAP continued

    • Steering Committee for iRAP was handed over to JKR

  • What were pending?

    • The launch of iRAP Pilot Project Report

    • The decision to implement the counter-measures

    • The decision to continue with full iRAP


Closing of the loop analysis

CLOSING OF THE LOOP ANALYSIS

  • Track the history

    • Early motivation

    • Early ownership and roles

    • Early plans

  • Analyse

    • What went wrong

    • What gaps existed

  • Recommendations

    • Correct what went wrong/reasons for delay

    • Put up a plan

  • Start nudging


Identified issues

IDENTIFIED ISSUES


Plans

PLANS

1) Countermeasure implementation support

2) Extension of survey

   - JKR will take the lead in terms of funding and

equipments.

   - MIROS will take lead to train JKR staff on the

rating process.

3) Global road safety studies

   - Develop university compliant training materials to

support the extension surveys in Malaysia.


Immediate recommendations

Immediate Recommendations

  • Provide an immediate budget of RM50 million in 2009/2010.

  • Fund the implementation of a demonstration corridor (e.g. F5 Motorcycle lane +++).

  • Fund quick to implement simple upgrades across the nation (e.g. delineation).

  • Fund planning and preparation studies for 2011 program.


10 th malaysia plan 2011 2015

10th Malaysia Plan – 2011 - 2015

  • Provide an annual budget allocation of RM500 million in the 10th Malaysia Plan.

  • Fund current iRAP recommendations in 2011/2012.

  • Fund extension of the iRAP surveys to remaining national network and high risk state roads.

  • Fund further implementation 2013-2015.

  • Include support for established black-spot and black-length priorities.


Another major milestone

ANOTHER MAJOR MILESTONE

  • Launch of the iRAP Malaysia Pilot Report – 29.9.09


Thank you

THANK YOU

[email protected]


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