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EU Road Safety Country Overviews now available

1 November 2012

 Alongside the latest results from the  EU Road Safety Project, the new DaCoTA website brings together a wealth of information for road safety policy-makers. Easy to read formats compares information over the years, between countries, by gender, etc.

Just added are new Country Overviews which describe road safety in many of the EU Member States - more will be added in the coming weeks.  Each overview uses a standard format to present key information:
• Road safety management procedures
• Attitudes towards risk taking
• Programmes and measures
• Traffic laws and enforcement
• Road safety performance indicators
• Road safety outcomes
• Social costs

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