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  • OPINION: Road-Death Surge Demands Government Action

    America’s roads are more deadly than roads in virtually any other rich nation of the world, when measuring deaths by population.
    Source: Daily Record

  • Road-Death Surge Calls for Government Action

    U.S. mood is against more spending and regulation, but we need them to reverse this deadly trend.
    Source: USA Today

  • Road Safety Coalition Addressing Atlanta Congestion

    A global coalition of private companies has selected three cities — including Atlanta in the U.S. — to partner with and assist in creating strategies for resolving road safety problems.
    Source: Automotive Fleet

  • Atlanta One of Three Cities Chosen to Try New Traffic Fixes

    According to WABE, Atlanta and the two other cities have been chosen to participate in the Safer Roads Challenge. The program is an initiative aimed at finding fixes to dangerous road conditions.
    Source: Curbed

  • Atlanta, 2 Other Cities Chosen for ‘Safer Roads Challenge’

    Atlanta has been named one of three communities worldwide chosen for the Safer Roads Challenge, an initiative involving several companies aimed at finding solutions to traffic dangers.
    Source: Associated Press

  • Yao Releases Emoji Package to Promote Traffic Safety

    Yao Ming and TSR have released the basketball star’s first official emoji package along with Shanghai’s traffic police to remind the public about traffic safety at the 5th National Traffic Safety Day.
    Source: Shanghai Daily News

  • Paulista Traffic Safety Movement Receives Tony Bliss

    The partnership with the São Paulo Road Safety Movement of Traffic Safety met with Tony Bliss of Together for Safer Roads, to collaborate on improving the São Paulo State Traffic Accident Management Information System.

  • A Global Imperative: Investing In Road Safety

    A major but underappreciated cause of preventable death – particularly in young people, and especially in young men – is road crashes.
    Source: Global Health and Diplomacy

  • Abertis Chair Honors Thesis on International Management and Road Safety

    Two theses proposing to improve the design of roads and on the management of inland transport infrastructure have jointly won the prize of the International Network of Chairs Abertis.
    Source: La Vanguardia