Its main function is to conduct comprehensive research on road safety and work closely with public and private entities, both local and foreign, to further the cause of road safety. The institute is also responsible to raise raising public awareness on road safety.
The Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research Act 2012  came into force on July 15, 2012, which provides for the establishment of MIROS to assist the Government with the development of national policies for the orderly development and administration of road safety.
MIROS was appointed the ASEAN Road Safety Centre by the ASEAN Transport Ministers in 2014 to promote and provide knowledge on road safety issues among ASEAN countries.
Screenshot of Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) official website
The Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) official website features:
Annual Reports, Research Reports, Code of Practice, Abstract Book
Pedestrian and Mobile Phone Use, Driving and Mobile Phone Use, 5 Years of Implementation of Rear Seatbelt Regulations, Measurement of Driver Distraction in Simulated Traffic Environment, Automated Awareness Safety System (AWAS)
Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS)
Lot 125-135, Jalan TKS 1
Taman Kajang Sentral