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Traffic safety inspection projects

Road traffic safety inspection is carried out on the basis of paragraph 2, Article 89 of the current Law on Roads, which stipulates the obligation of public road managers to provide road traffic safety inspection, namely: periodic inspections of state roads of the first order at least once every five years; targeted checks for the highest risk sections of public roads, according to the road and street risk map. Traffic safety check is:

  • Systematic method, which means that it is comprehensive and implemented in a methodological way;
  • Independent procedure, which means that TSI is performed by an independent and unrelated person or persons with a road management process, with experience in the field of road infrastructure safety, traffic engineering, behavior of traffic participants and road design;
  • The procedure carried out on existing roads;
  • Proactive procedure, which means that it is a preventive activity that is carried out with the aim of identifying deficiencies in the road infrastructure in order to eliminate them.

The main goal of TSI services is to identify gaps in the road that may have implications for safe traffic, assess the risks that these gaps emit to road users, and propose practical measures to eliminate or mitigate the risks / consequences that any identified gaps in the project may have. traffic participants.

MHM-project d.o.o. For the needs of the managers of state roads, the Public Company “Putevi Srbije”, in the period from 2016, performed Traffic Safety Checks – TSI on more than 500 km of highways and state roads of I and II order in the Republic of Serbia.

In order to achieve the above-mentioned goals within the implementation of the PBS for the needs of the management of state roads, the following activities were performed, among others:

  • Deficiencies have been identified on selected sections of roads that are subject to inspection, which may lead to traffic accidents;
  • The potential risks of each identified problem for traffic participants are described;
  • Measures have been proposed to eliminate and mitigate the identified problems, with special emphasis on those that require low financial resources and whose effect is high, in terms of benefits for road users and their safety when participating in traffic;
  • A cost estimate for the proposed measures has been prepared.

The traffic safety inspection was performed in accordance with the methodologies contained in the following internationally recognized guidelines:

  • ROAD SAFETY INSPECTION MANUAL, South East Europe Transport Observatory (SEETO), EC/SEETO, 2009, revised version 2016.
  • ROAD SAFETY INSPECTION GUIDELINE, World Road Association (PIARC), Paris, 2007, revised version 2012.

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