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Too few countries addressing speed management seriously

16 November 2010

Excessive and inappropriate speed continues to be the number one killer on Europe’s roads. ETSC’s last PIN Flash demonstrates that average speeds and speed limit violations re¬main high with encouraging signs only in a few countries. A road safety “Euroba¬rometer” opinion poll published by the Commission alongside its Policy Orientations demonstrates that EU citizens are very concerned about excessive speeds.

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