This report highlights the development of the Project “Development of Electronic Guidebook for Traffic & Road Safety Audit (e-MeTRA)”. Section 1.0 explains the introduction and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) of Road Safety Assessment (RSA) carried out in MIROS. Due to the difficulties and constraint faces at site, researchers have embarked on developing a system aim to facilitate Road Safety Assessment Operations by development of an electronic system for data collection and analysis, to store, manage, and analyse road safety assessment data collected by road safety assessment team and also to create an electronic tool for RSA data collection on-site. A literature review regarding various database of RSA from other countries is explained in Section 2.0. The countries are New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom and the United States. In New Zealand, formal assessment of the safety of existing road corridors has been developed by the Safety Audits of Existing Roads (SAER). The monitoring system is developed using the Microsoft Access 97 database. As for Australia, Road Safety Engineering Toolkit is used to assist road safety practitioners to carry out road safety audits. It guides users through the Australian Road Safety process (feasibility, preliminary design, detail design, pre- opening stage, road work traffic and existing roads). In the United Kingdom, the County Surveyors Society and Highways Agency (MOLASSES) owned a database that stores information on safety schemes installed on local and trunk roads across Great Britain. Lastly, in the United States, a tracking consists of information on each audit, which includes the RSA Project, Observation, Intersection, Section, Suggestion, Agency Response, Contact, Completion Date, Checklist, Detailed Observation, Short Terms Suggestion and Long Term Suggestion has been developing. Section 3.0 elaborates on the methodology/development of the system. The development comprises of User Requirement Study, User Interface (UI) Design, Database Design, On-Site Entry Module, Data Analysis Module and also Google Map Module. A case study as reported in Section 4.0. The application of the system is in a selected study i.e. KM330 Jalan Raub–Lipis. The case study was ‘A Road Safety Assessment Operation Carried Out On-Site’ by Road Engineering and Environmental Research Assessment Team. For the purpose of this report, only on general information and road surface were discussed. Finally, Section 5.0 contains the conclusion of the study. The study will aid in the formulation of effective road safety research and interventions thus providing a more promising result in reducing both road accidents, and fatalities should include the system able to provide evidence on common deficiencies and type of crash associated with it.