A nova iniciativa global das agências multilaterais em segurança viária - Tyrrell Duncan, diretor da divisão de Transporte e Comunicação Banco de Desenvolvimento Asiático ADB
Global Road Safety Initiative of the Multilateral Development BanksRio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development 20 June 2012, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Tyrrell Duncan Director and Practice Leader, Asian Development Bank
The Regional Multilateral Development Banks’ Global Activity
Road Safety Hotspots Around the World High Low Death Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants Per Year
MDB initiative… MDBs join forces to support the Decade of Action: • 2010 – ADB , AfDB, EBRD, EIB, IDB, IsDB, WB • 2012 – CAF Ministerialmeeting on road Launch ofsafety in Russia MDBs initiative 2010 20122009 2011 2013 UNRSC Development of 6 Decade of Action focus areas
A shared approach to…• Strengthening road safety managementcapacity• Implementation of safety approaches inthe planning, design, construction,operation and maintenance of roadinfrastructure projects• Improvement of safety performancemeasures• Mobilization of resources for road safety
AfDB: African Development BankRoad safety has been mainstreamed in transport operationssince 2011• Strengthen internal capacity, conduct regional and country studies, incorporateroad safety in road infrastructure projects, scale-up road safety support forRegional Member Countries, build technical and managerial capacity in Africa,and collaborate with international, regional and country stakeholders Road Safety Pilot and Stand-Alone Projects • with large multi-sector interventions executed in sufficient duration to achieve rapid measureable targets • Dar es Salaam Morogoro Road Safety Pilot Project Road Safety in Road Projects • involves road safety audit, monitoring and inspection, awareness raising and capacity building, and documentation of lessons.
ADB: Asian Development Bank• Road Safety Action Plan – approved in January 2012, itserves as a guide in mainstreaming road safety in ADB’stransport operations. It is available at:www.adb.org/documents/road-safety-action-plan• ADB is scaling up lending in support of road safety with ongoing andfuture ADB-supported road safety projects • Sustainable Transport Appraisal – economic evaluation of environmental, economic, and social impacts, including road safety • Road Safety Audit Training – promote better management of the overall road safety audit process required for ADB road projects
CAF: Development Bank of Latin AmericaRoad Safety Action PlanPillar 1:• CAF´s Corporate Road Safety Plan• With Road Agencies• With National GovernmentsPillar 2:• All road projects have a Road Safety Audit• Identify and treatment of black spots, or hazardous locations and sections on exiting networks• Promote low cost engineering solutions• Finance road safety infrastructure researchPillar 3:• Promote safe vehicles legislationPillar 4:• Promote knowledge transfer• Finance safety programmes for vulnerable usersPillar 5:• Promote appropriate and adequate attention after crashSPECIAL PROJECT- Pilot motorcycles road safety programmes in three cities
EBRD: European Bank for Reconstructionand DevelopmentPreparations to launch road safety activities• Pilot road safety activities – for approval in late April 2012• Road Safety Expert• MoU with iRAP – planned for May 2012• Public sector outreach - ministries and highway agencies ofRussia, Ukraine, Serbia and Moldova• Private sector outreach - car manufacturers in the region• Mainstreaming road safety audits in road projects• Public awareness campaigns on anti-drunk driving, use of seat-belts, school-level educational programmes, and defensive drivingtechniques.Project level discussions• Moldova - existing tranche facility• Serbia - road rehabilitation project
EIB: European Investment BankRoad safety investments in stand-alone and road projects EUR200 million (loans) and EUR1.5 million (grants)Guidelines on Road Safety InfrastructureBasis• Revised EIB Transport Lending Policy - “….all road projects are to be subject toRoad Safety Audits in line with the principles of the EU Directive …”.Covers• Operational guidelines for Road Safety Directive, Road Safety Audits (RSA’s)and Road Safety Inspections (RSI’s)•Technical Assistance on Road Safety issues• Beyond Engineering infrastructure, and includes Enforcement and Education Type of Network / Region EU Outside EU TEN-T network in EU or Main Core Compulsory. Compulsory. Apply Directive Network outside EU Apply Directive 2008/96/EC. 2008/96/EC as best practice. Other National-Regional Roads not Recommend application of Recommend application of included in the TENs in the EU or Main Directive 2008/96/EC. Directive 2008/96/EC as best Core Network outside EU practice.
IDB: Inter-American Development Bank2010-2015 Action PlanRoad Safety StrategyPrivate Sector Division• Road Safety Principles for best practices in private operated roads• Deliver sustainable Road Safety activities by creating effective and sustainable partnerships,including strengthening of non-infrastructure road safety components (Road Safety educationalsupport, awareness campaigns and knowledge sharing – “The Mesoamerica Pacific Corridor”)Public Sector Division• Road Transport Operations• Guidelines on Implementing Road Safety Projects• Strengthening of Institutional Capacity• Knowledge Sharing, Strengthening of Technical Capacity and PublicAwareness (through “ The Road Safety Weeks”)• Vehicle Regulation• Evaluation Tools and Studies (such as monetizing the “Costs of RoadInjuries”)• Working in partnership with other MDBs in the implementation ofregional Road Safety Interventions
IsDB: Islamic Development BankRoad Safety Actions•Building internal capacity and financing of related projects and programs.Road Safety Activities• Expert Group Meeting on Financing Transport Infrastructure Projects and RoadSafety in the ESCWA Region• 3rd IRU-LAS-AULT Seminar on International Carriage of Dangerous Goods byRoad• Technical Assistance Grant to the Arab Union of Land Transport
WB: World Bank• Launch of Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) in 2005• GRSF projects in 2011 leveraged US$400 million in new roadsafety investments• Launch of Safe, Clean and Affordable Transport BusinessStrategy in 2007• Country Guidelines for the Conduct of Road SafetyManagement Capacity Reviews and the Specification of LeadAgency Reforms, Investment Strategies and Safety SystemProjects• Staff safety Rule• Certification Program• Enabling the environment: LAC Road SafetyObservatory/IRTAD; RoadPOL; safety rating surveys;NGOs/Civil Society engagement
Six Focus Areas for MDB Joint Activity• Measures• Training• Pilot projects• Economics of global health• Regional policy dialogue• Marketing and outreach
Leveraging MDB support throughdonor funding…MDBs, individually in their respective regions andcollectively through the shared approach, are scaling uptheir investments in road safety and transfer of roadsafety knowledge to developing and emerging countries But the goal of reducing road traffic fatalities that are forecast to rise from nearly 1.3 million deaths// each year to more than 1.9 million by 2020 remains an enormous challenge!
To fully scale up road safety, there is an urgent need for capacity building, demo projects & research on… Road safety Safer roads Safer management and mobility vehicles Safer road Post-crash users response This requires substantial grant financingDonors can assist by establishing a Global Road Safety Incentive Fund to be managed jointly by the MDBs
Required road safety infrastructure investments of lowand middle income developing countries… $315 billion*Estimated country support packages under MDB roadsafety initiative… $900 millionInitial start-up program over a 3-year period… $70 millionEconomic benefits… $1.5 trillion** International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) estimates
Thank you! Tyrrell Duncan Director, East Asia Transport Division concurrently Practice Leader (Transport) Asian Development BankPhotos courtesy of: Joanna Abaño, Handicap International, Ko Sakamoto, Lloyd Wright, and others