Thesis is split into three parts. In the first part, the EuroRAP (European Road Assessment Programme) methodology is presented. It represents a unified European approach of road safety rating using two different procedures. The first is Risk Rating, based on traffic accidents and traffic data, the second is Star Rating, based on rating of road condition, equipment and roadside land use. All subsequent procedures and tools, including road inspection, safer roads investment plans, performance tracking and other are describrd. System of Star Rating encourages engineers to design safer roads, also known as forgiving roads and self-explaining roads. Also, iRAP (international Road Assessment Programme) is presented. It is an international organization for roads safety and forms an umbrella organization for EuroRAP, AusRAP, KiwiRAP and usRAP. In the second part, input data and attributes, which are necessary for appropriate Star Rating, is presented. In the third part, results of rating of pilot road section 0262 Rašica-Žlebič on state road G2-106, are presented and commented. Results include proposed countermeasures and their cost-benefit analysis.