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Making Roads Safer Conference 4 July 2008

10 June 2008

Safer road infrastructure is a key element of effective strategies to reduce the rising trend of road fatalities in developing countries. Identifying road design flaws through systematic assessment and then improving safety features through mass action programmes can be one of the most rapid and cost effective ways to reduce road casualties. The ‘Making Roads Safe’ conference to encourage a consensus around common systems of road infrastructure safety design, rating and assessment

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