David Ward of Global NCAP, the worldwide network that test-crashes cars, explains why good governance means fewer traffic victims and how the network of parliamentarians he has helped launch will fight for safer roads worldwide. Continue reading “Good governance is central to road safety”
Every minute someone dies in a car crash on an urban street. Now cities around the world who want to become more liveable are joining forces to get better at making their citizens safe when they’re on the streets. Continue reading Why it pays for cities to fight road deaths – and how they can get better at it
By Hans Michael Kloth, International Transport Forum. This post is jointly published with the OECD Insights blog. Every year around the globe, 1.25 million people are killed in traffic – about the population of a city like Munich, Stockholm or Dallas. Up to 50 million are seriously injured. Road crashes kill more people than malaria or tuberculosis and are steadily working their way up the … Continue reading Are Zero Road Deaths Possible?