Statistical Report on Road Accidents
How do we tackle road accidents and account for what can be contrasting situations between countries? What trends emerge from recent statistics and what are the underlying factors? What are the main road safety measures recently adopted? The Statistical Report on Road Accidents is a reference work designed for all those interested in these questions.
This new edition records trends in road accidents statistics for the period 1999-2000 in 41 ECMT Member countries, 5 associate member countries (Australia, Canada, Japan, New-Zealand and the United States) and one observer country (Morocco). It provides data on the trends from 1990 to 2000 in these countries, individually and as a whole, in numbers of motor vehicles, accidents causing casualties, and in numbers of killed and casualties (killed and injured). It also highlights a number of factors to be taken into account in any analysis of road accidents and provides a dynamic assessment of the reality of our roads.
124 pages; ISBN 9789282103005
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Title: Statistical Report on Road Accidents
Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development