IRIS reports now available for download

The main objective of IRIS (Incursion Reduction to Increase Safety in road work zones) is to share best-practices on traffic management at work zones with national road authorities in Europe for short, medium and long term road works. 

You will be able to follow the progress of the IRIS project through our structured approach that consists of the following steps:

Guidance document on temporary traffic management

This guidance document on temporary traffic management aims at providing information on principles that should be considered during planning, establishment and maintenance of work zones, and inspection works.

Download the guidance document

Tools for Road Safety Audits and Road Safety Inspections of Work Zones

Download the document here

Demo Video

In this video, we share some best-prace solutions at workzones.

Watch the video here

Recommendations: final report

This final report gives an overview of the recommendations from the IRIS project along with their scientific justification and illustrative examples of current best practice measures in European countries.

Download the final report here.

Recommendations: webinar

This recorded webinar will give you a global overview of the IRIS project. The webinar starts off with some general background information on the project before it zooms in on several recommendations and best practice measures to improve safety at work zones.

Watch the webinar here (8 minutes)


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