Liow: iRAP Malaysia will extend assessment to federal and state roads


PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is progressing well towards achieving its aim of making 75% of travel to be on roads with three-star ratings and above by 2020, said Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Launching the first International Road Safety Assessment Programme (iRAP) Malaysia Report 2017, the Transport Minister said the report had shown “positive” results.

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