The Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRT), EMBARQ, Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP), Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHBSPH), World Bank Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF), and World Health Organization (WHO) are all partners in the Global Road Safety Program.
What does ASIRT stand for?
ASIRT stands for Association for Safe International Road Travel
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- Australian Station Intelligence Report
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- Associazione della Svizzera Italiana per la Ricerca Biomedica
- Actinomycetes-Streptomyces Internet Resource Center
- American Studies Information Resource Center
- Aquatic Sciences Information Retrieval Center
- Australian Sustainable Industry Research Centre
- Asosiasi Industri Rekaman Video (Video Film Importers Association)
- Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (Canada)
- Access Solutions Information Services
- Acoustic Station Inventory System
- Ada Semantic Interface Specification
- Adoptive Sister
- Advanced Simulation of Systems (International Workshop)
- Agence Schaerbeekoise Immobilière Sociale (Belgium)
- All Source Intelligence System
- Alliance for a Sustainable Information Society
- American Society for Industrial Security
- American Society for Information Science
Samples in periodicals archive:
Here, in reverse order, is a top 10 of the world's worst roads, compiled by the Association for Safe International Road Travel.
The Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRT) compared them to a mountain road in Bolivia and a dirt track that crosses a fast-moving stream in Ecuador with regard to the risks they pose to US drivers.