Japan Road Association (JARA) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1947. It carries out valuable activities with the objectives of studying road policies that are essential to people's lives, disseminating knowledge of roads, and promoting the development of roads and transport.
JARA conducts practical researches, as well as publication of specifications, guidebooks, handbooks, in the areas of design, construction, and management of roads in order to disseminate them in the road-related industries through organizing conference, seminar, and workshop.
JARA's membership consists of regular members, mainly individual road engineers and road-related personnel throughout the nation, special members, and some honorary members from local governments, related industries and various organizations.
President, JAPAN ROAD ASSOCIATION
|Japan Road Association （JARA）
|(Shoyu Kaikan) 3-3-1, Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8955, Japan
|JARA’s objectives are to study road policy that are essential to people's lives, to disseminate knowledge of roads and raise awareness of road related topics, and to promote the development of roads and transport, thereby contributing to the promotion of public welfare, through various roles of roads in Japan and overseas.