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  • Kenya seeing gain in road safety?Newly available crash data suggests an improvement in road safety in Kenya. In the period from January 1st to May 14th 2018, there were 1,095 traffic... 24 May 2018
  • Pekka Vauramo is new Metso president and CEOMetso's board of directors has appointed Pekka Vauramo as president and CEO of Metso, effective as of November 2018 at the latest. Vauramo has served... 21 May 2018
  • Driving safety courses prove saferResearch in the UK into drivers who opt to take speed awareness courses instead of taking points on their driving licence after an offence shows they... 21 May 2018
  • UK traffic offence convictions increaseOfficial UK Government figures reveal that convictions for traffic offences in England and Wales have been steadily increasing since 2013. Of concern... 16 May 2018
  • Concern at growing number of US hit and run crashesThere has been a worrying increase in hit-and-run crashes in the US between 2009 and 2016. A report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety shows... 08 May 2018
  • Melbourne road development needed to unlock congestionMelbourne's growing congestion problem could be reduced significantly if a number of major road projects are initiated. A budget of US$1.67 billion... 08 May 2018
  • Netherlands road risk for cyclistsA change in road risk has been seen in the Netherlands, with more cyclists than drivers being killed on the country's roads in 2017. The data came from the Dutch statistics bureau, CBS. The research... 03 May 2018
  • Infrastructure vision with new bookRobert W Poole, director of transportation policy at Reason Foundation is publishing a new book, Rethinking America's Highways, suggesting a new strategy for the sector. The book provides A... 01 May 2018
  • New Zealand road risk for motoristsNew crash data from New Zealand points to a worrying trend for car occupants. In around 30% of fatal crashes, lack of seatbelt use is a primary factor in occupant deaths. An analysis of 200 fatal... 30 April 2018
  • Thailand's dangerous days for festivalThailand's recent Songkran Festival period saw a worrying spike in road crashes and fatalities. There were 418 road deaths over the seven day festival period, held in April, an increase of 7% over... 27 April 2018
  • UN Global Road Safety Trust Fund launchedFIA Foundation has pledged US$10 million to kick start a United Nations Road Safety Trust Fund, launched by Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed. The new fund is intended to encourage road safety... 19 April 2018
  • Taiwan's fatal crashes pose road safety concern for DUIAlcohol use is a key factor in a high percentage of fatal road crashes in Taiwan. According to official data from Taiwan's National Police Agency (NPA), driving under the influence of alcohol is the... 18 April 2018
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