PIARC

AcronymDefinition
PIARCPermanent International Association of Road Congresses
PIARCPhillip Island Auto Racing Club (Australia)
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PIARC Committee on Road Tunnels, "Fire and Smoke Control in Road Tunnels" PIARC - World Road Association, 1999.
PIARC, 2007a, Framework for Sustainable Development in Road Transport, Committee TC 2.
Calibrating HDM-4 rutting model on national highways in Japan, in The 22nd PIARC World Road Congress, 19-25 October, 2003, Durban, South Africa, 10 p.
Saudi Deputy Transport Minister and conference chairman Abdullah Al Mogbel said the programme would include a workshop on tunnel construction, developed in co-operation with the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association and PIARC (World Road Association).
PIARC, NFPA and several European countries are rethinking fixed fire suppression application for tunnels.
Alch on the impacts of the young echo-boom generation on tomorrow's economy (page 42), and independent futurist Glen Hiemstra and the PIARC Committee on Intelligent Transport on how information technology will help solve much of our traffic woes (pages 31 and 26, respectively).
Open Competition: Implementation Of Works (Services) For The Organization And Presentation Of The Exhibition Of The Federal Road Agency At The Exhibition In The Framework Of XXV International Congress Of PIARC SEOUL 2015 (Seoul, South Korea).
The programme will also include a special workshop on tunnel construction, developed in co-operation with the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (ITA) and the PIARC (World Road Association)," he revealed.
The World Road Congress is a must-attend event for transportation professionals and practitioners," says FHWA Executive Director Jeffrey Paniati, who is also the United States' first delegate to PIARC and coordinator for PIARC strategic theme Safety of the Road System.
ASHRAE), Atlanta, GA, 2007 PIARC Fire and Smoke Control in Road Tunnels, World Road Association (PIARC), Paris, France, 1999 European Union Directive 2004/54/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on minimum safety requirements for tunnels in the trans-European road network, 29 April 2004 United Nations Economic Council, Economic Commission for Europe, Inland Transport Committee, Recommendations of the Group of Experts on Safety in Road Tunnels, 10 December 2001
As Jelmoni, writing with reference to Ceva-Savona, had pointed out ten years or so earlier, the PIARC International Road Congress in The Hague in 1938 had definitively determined separate traffic flows for motorways, that is, dual carriageway.