The day was concluded in the third global ministerial conference on road safety in Stockholm, Sweden, has hosted in conjunction with the united nations världshälsoorganisation the world health organization. The Swedish organisation is due to be succeeded in reversing the trend and reducing the number of deaths and injuries on the roads, " says minister of infrastructure and Tomas Eneroth.
" Last year was the lowest number of deaths ever recorded. We are working on new technologies, infrastructure, and vision zero, " says Tomas Eneroth to the Di to the TV Engine at the conference.
Tomas Eneroth will tell you what can Sweden learn from other countries, road safety, vision zero, to reduce the deaths due to traffic accidents.
According to Tomas Eneroth is a Swedish 'zero vision', i.e. it is the ethical position that no one should be killed or seriously injured in road traffic, this is something that many other countries are interested in, and Sweden is working actively with the.
" If we are to achieve vision zero, we must focus on two things. It's one of the concerns of the vulnerable road user and the challenges of the new mobility in cities and towns, such as elsparkcyklar, in which we can work more closely with, among other things, relay. The second is to ensure that, to continue to build a safe infrastructure and safe roads.
the 20 km/h, it is not up to date. On the other hand, there is a proposal to reduce bashastighet to 40 km/h). In essence, it is more about finding a way to reduce the speed in which the vehicles and the vehicles of the encounter vulnerable road users.
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Updated Date: 21 February 2020, 00:59