Training on Improvement in Crash Data Management

ADB’s TA 6591-REG: Enhancing Road Safety for Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Member Countries (Phase 2) is assessing road crash data management practices for ten CAREC countries and developing guidance and tools to improve road crash data management and move towards greater harmonization of crash data across the region. Reliable safety and traffic data are essential to assess the full nature of the road safety problem, measure the real economic costs associated with road crashes, and design the most cost-effective road safety interventions. The establishment of Road Safety Observatories (at national and/or regional level) also helps to strategically deal with high quality road crash data.

This training will provide an opportunity for transferring knowledge about methodologies and tools being used for the management of road crash data across CAREC countries and internationally. The training will consider data collection, storage and analysis presenting concepts and practices to improve data management. To foster discussions and exchange of knowledge among CAREC countries, participants are requested to come along ready to share road safety activities in their country.

A. Key Documents

01 Agenda | RU

02 Participants

B. Presentations

Day 1

  1. ADB road safety ongoing activities | RU
  2. Project presentation | RU
  3. Road safety framework | RU
  4. Safe System – road infrastructure safety | RU
  5. Road safety data reference standards | RU
  6. Self-evaluation on road crash data collection | RU
  7. Findings of road crash data collection | RU

Day 2

  1. Safe System – speed management | RU
  2. Self-evaluation on storage, processing, and use of data | RU
  3. Findings on storage, processing, and use of data | RU
  4. Example of road safety data sharing | RU
  5. Self-evaluation on other road safety data | RU
  6. Findings on other road safety data & data analysis | RU

Day 3

  1. Safe System – road user system | RU
  2. Data analysis, contributing factors identification | RU
  3. Example of data-driven approach | RU
  4. CAREC road crash investigation manual | RU
  5. Perspectives towards APRSO uptake | RU