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Vision Zero International

4 January 2010

In the USA alone, 6,000 people are killed and 500,000 injured per year as a result of driver distraction. Yet understanding the problem is as challenging as developing solutions to combat it.

Read more in Vision Zero International.

Also in Vision Zero International this month is an excellent interview with ‘THE GODFATHER- the man behind the vision, Claes Tingvall, director of Traffic Safety, Swedish Road Administration.

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