Road accidents and deaths are one of the most pressing social problems in the. According to the World Health Organization, more than 1.3 million people die on the roads worldwide every year. Speeding is the cause of a quarter of all these fatalities and serious injuries. The death of people can be prevented by revising the approach to traffic management and strengthening enforcement of traffic violations. The best answer to the problem of road fatalities today is the Vision Zero concept. The creation of conditions for cyclists and a road safety standard for personal mobility equipment, including delivery services, will help protect all road users.
A systemic approach to speeding: speeding as the leading cause of road fatalities.
The price of high speed: do traffic fines and speeding enforcement affect traffic fatality rates?
Safe roads for all: how can city authorities protect all road users?