CAREC National Road Safety Engineering Workshop (Georgia)

Over 20 officials from transport, health, and traffic police departments learned about blackspot investigations and road safety audit.

Erekle Kezherashvili, deputy head, Transport and Logistics Development Policy Department of Georgia’s Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and Giorgi Kiziria, senior projects officer, Asian Development Bank Georgia Resident Mission, welcomed the participants.

The workshop is part of the CAREC National Road Safety Engineering Workshop series, which is designed to assist road agencies in CAREC countries in providing safer roads.

The workshop aimed

  • to introduce professionals from national highway authorities, provincial road agencies, national traffic police, consultants, nongovernment organizations, and other stakeholders to the key elements of the road safety engineering profession, and
  • to provide guidance, advice, and knowledge to assist road authorities in CAREC countries to provide safer roads for all.

Key Documents



Training Materials

Road Safety Engineering—The Essentials | РУССКИЙ

Roadside Hazard Management | РУССКИЙ

Signs, Markings, and Delineation | РУССКИЙ

Pedestrian Safety | РУССКИЙ

Investigating Blackspots | РУССКИЙ

An Introduction to Road Safety Audit | РУССКИЙ

Safer Traffic Control at Road Works—The Essentials | РУССКИЙ

Intersection Safety | РУССКИЙ

Managing the Road Safety Audit Process | РУССКИЙ

Summary of the Workshop