The Ten Step Plan for Safer Road Infrastructure aims to support countries seeking to implement initiatives in relation to the “Improved safety of road infrastructure.
It explains how social distancing and hygiene measures can be implemented in the public transport industry.
The report highlights that road traffic injuries are now the leading killer of children and young people aged 5-29.
The handbook presents concepts, evidence and technical strategies to bring children to the foreground of urban planning.
African Ministers committed to put in place measure to reduce road crashes in Africa.
More than 3 million people died as a result of harmful use of alcohol in 2016.
Road traffic injury ranks among the top four causes of death for all children over the age of five years.
The specifc objectives of the study were to establish the prevalence, nature of and responses to violence against women and girls in public transport and related spaces.
The research was done in three middle-income cities: Nairobi, Mumbai and Bogotá.
The report highlights the disproportionate exposure to risk of child pedestrians in sub-Saharan Africa.
The guide offers advice and strategies from journalists and editors who have developed successful reporting projects on road safety.
Zero Road Deaths and Serious Injuries by OECD International Transport Forum:
Drug Use and Road Safety is a policy brief that describes the impact of drug use on road safety.
The Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015:
The Tampere Declaration expresses global commitment for injury prevention and safety promotion.