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Association for Safe International Road Travel
ASIRT provides travelers with information to minimize road risks

The Issue

1.35 million die on the roads each year, an additional 50 million are injured.

All road users are impacted including drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists.


ASIRT, the Association for Safe International Road Travel, envisions a world in which no one dies or sustains life-altering injuries on the roads.


ASIRT’s mission is to improve the safety of travelers on the world’s roads through education and advocacy. 

ASIRT is excited to announce that we are working on a new site to serve you more efficiently. We apologize for the temporary inconvenience. 

Subscribers, please email [email protected] 
to request country-specific Road Safety Reviews.

2023 ASIRT in-person gala

2023 ASIRT
Gala + Raffle 

Thank you for making
this year’s event a success!

It’s not too late to “Step Up”
to support ASIRT
and donate!


About Us

ASIRT inspires action by providing resources to minimize road risks and inform travel decisions, working to ensure that road safety is a priority of policy makers, and collaborating with partners and road safety programs worldwide.  

ASIRT works with corporations, the education abroad community, governments, and NGOs  on international, national and local levels.

a serious issue for the Foreign Service

Ambassador Eric Rubin, president of the American Foreign Service Association, encourages AFSA members to take steps to reduce road crashes.

Review his recommendations in
The Foreign Service Journal.

November 19, 2023

Commemorate World Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims.

Read about the U.S. embassy participation in Mozambique’s 2022 program.


Questions? Please contact [email protected] 

ASIRT thanks our generous sponsors