Education Abroad


ASIRT proudly recognizes the 2020 Road Safety Leadership in Education Abroad honorees:
Atlas Workshops
Cornell University
University of Georgia
William & Mary

Plan Safe Itineraries

Education Abroad members gain access to a number of useful and educational resources and programming. Additionally, members are listed on ASIRT’s website, and other widely distributed publications.

View the ASIRT Education Abroad Fact Sheet.

Join the LinkedIn Group conversation on Road Safety + Education Abroad

Membership Features

Access to Global Road Safety Toolbox for the Study Abroad Community: A comprehensive set of checklists of road safety precautions that provide professionals with useful guidelines to plan road safe itineraries and programs, train on and off-site faculty and prepare students to make safe, informed choices while studying abroad. User-friendly guidelines for program administrators help ensure that vehicles and drivers meet safety standards and enable students to make safe choices as pedestrians and passengers on buses, taxis, and private vehicles.

Access to Road Travel Reports: ASIRT’s Road Travel Reports on 140 countries describe general road conditions; frequent road crash sites; national road safety statistics; driver behaviors; driving regulations; urban, rural, night, and seasonal travel precautions; pedestrian, passenger and cycle safety tips; quality and availability of emergency medical care, emergency procedures, and contact information.

Speak Up for Safety Cards: Wallet-sized cards that include important road safety phrases in Russian, Chinese, Spanish and French.

Sample Press Release: Inform students, families, faculty and administrators of your commitment to keeping travelers safe on the roads. Can be used in conjunction with the ASIRT logo on your website.

Powerpoint: Introduce students to road safety concepts with ASIRT’s brief PowerPoint, which can be integrated easily into your existing predeparture presentations.

Student Ambassador Opportunities: ASIRT offers several opportunities for student travelers including writing a blog series or publication on the ASIRT website, interning at the ASIRT office outside of Washington, DC, participating in Capitol Hill and public health efforts and reviewing ASIRT esources by facilitating or participating in student focus groups.


SubscriptionNumber of RSRsRate
Single report (example: faculty-led or short-term program)1$100
5 reports5$400 * + –
10 reports10$600 * + –
20 reports20$1000 * + –
Unlimited accessall available$2000* + #

* One-time, first-year 20% discount for FORUM and URMIA members and Terra Dotta users

+ $50 annual renewal savings

# $200 two-year renewal savings

– Additional reports may be purchased for $100

Students and Parents

Students and families can purchase reports here.

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Potomac, MD 20854


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