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1 June 2006

The World Bank site is an excellent resource for high level road safety advice, its knowledge base covers institutional responsibility of road safety, the development of a road safety action plan, raising awareness and understanding of road safety problems, road crash data systems, road safety education and training, traffic safety legislation, enforcement of traffic laws, and monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness of road safety activities. It also includes examples of Terms of Reference. www.worldbank.org/transport/roads/safety.htm

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