[en] New measurements of radiative lifetimes for 9 levels in singly ionized tungsten (Wii) have been
performed with the time-resolved laser-induced-fluorescence technique. Transition probabilities have been obtained from a combination of experimental lifetimes and theoretical branching fractions. The reliability of the present results is assessed through the good agreement observed between the calculated lifetimes and the experimental values from this work and from previous publications. These new results fill in a gap in the available data for this atomic species particularly important for fusion reactors.