STTS’s focus since its inception has been on improving road safety situation in Nepal. It has delivered a number of important documents to guide the Government of Nepal on how to manage road safety.
- Big Picture Proposal
The big picture proposal provides an overarching system based approach for managing road safety using Safe System principle. The document also presents facts and figures to demonstrate why a comprehensive system thinking is required to deliver complex road safety solutions.
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- Proposal for Project Preparatory Works
Over 150 projects are identified and suggested in the Proposal for establishing Nepal Road Safety Management System. The Proposal for Project Preparatory Works (PPW) has been developed to provide technical assistance to the Government of Nepal to conceptualise, formulate, develop, realise and monitor these projects so that each individual project is scoped correctly. The scope of each Project thus developed can be used by the Government to procure services for the delivery of these projects that together help build Nepal Road Safety Management System in the long run.
Apart from project scoping, the proposal also contains suggestion for undertaking a number of low cost high benefit road safety improvement intervention / retrofit works for implementation by integrating these into ongoing road projects (to be identified in consultation with stakeholders).
Technical Assistance to National Road Safety Council is yet another initiative suggested in the Proposal for Preparatory Works.
- Brochures for Workshops
- Workshop of October 31, 2014
- Workshop of April 23, 2015
Brochures were prepared to distribute to all stakeholders participating in both workshops. These brochures contain concise information on the Proposal for the development of Nepal Road Safety Management System in easy to read format.
Brochure for Workshop 1 of October 31, 2014 contains initial information on NRSMS. It was prepared on draft proposal and was used as a stakeholders’ engagement tool while the brochure for workshop of April 23, 2015 was prepared and distributed to inform on the final proposal, which was delivered to the Government of Nepal on the amidst a workshop organized by Road Safety Society of Nepal.
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- Concept Papers
Several concept papers, working papers and discussion papers were produced and presented in a variety of forums organized by governmental and non-governmental agencies.
Two papers were presented in the meeting of National Road Safety Council’s Ad-hoc Committee of July 12, 2015:
- Concept Paper #1: Development of Road Safety Database Policy, Software and Database Management
- Concept Paper #2: Development of Nepal Road Safety Information Management System
These papers are considered to be the foundation stones for the development of Nepal Road Safety Information Management System. Reliable data feed the NRSMS implementation process and enable monitor road safety performance before and after NRSMS implementation.
- Presentations (PowerPoint)
STTS members have delivered over 100 presentations in various forums (Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Trainings) in Nepal and in Australia (Brisbane and Sydney). These presentations are related to transport planning, travel demand management, analysis and design of intersections, road operations, traffic management, SIDRA Intersection software as well as road safety (Safer Roads, Safer Users and Safer Speeds).
- Workshop Reports
STTS Team members who contributed to the development of NRSMS Proposal, NRCDS Report and who were involved in the delivery of other transport and traffic initiatives have conducted many workshops with stakeholders and documented outcomes of these workshops.
A report on one of the key workshops organized for collecting stakeholders’ input and feedback on the draft NRSMS Proposal can be viewed here
- Photo Gallery
STTS Team is encouraged from the overwhelming support / participation of high level delegates and professionals from various walks of life in the events organized in various occasions in Nepal. Similarly, appreciation goes to all who made the presence of STTS members to deliver, to offer constructive comments and receive feedbacks on many initiatives possible.
Some of the moments captured during the delivery of the selected workshops are as follows.