In 2016 the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration launched Global Road Safey Week to help the world achieve road safety targets. From reducing road traffic deaths and injuries to providing safe, affordable, and accessible transport systems, these targets are obtainable with important changes in public policy and more funding to research road safety.
To support #GlobalRoadSafetyWeek, we share some of our most popular blog posts on road safety with a global point of view:
- It’s About Exposure: High U.S. Childhood Mortality Rates Due to Car Crashes and Firearms
- Improving Road Safety in India
- Research Goes Beyond the Crash Test Dummy with Kinect Sensors
- Driving Change in Canada: #PracticeSafeText!
- Can You Train the Teen Brain to Drive?
- Catch-Up Sleep May Reduce Teen Crash Risk
- A Global Perspective on Child Passenger Safety
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