Nearly 30% of lives could have been saved if the countries of the European Union have been able to reduce by half the number of road fatalities between 2010 and 2020.
Not a drastic drop in traffic as a result of measures to contain the pandemic, it will allow you to reach that goal. Portugal is going to fail, and the 63-killed per million people by 2019, it continues to be one of the worst performers on the continent.
An expanded list of the 32 nations will be monitored by the European Council of Transport Safety, is the 24.No country in road deaths per million population by 2019, with three times the fatality rates in Norway and Sweden, and almost twice as much as in Spain. “The biggest problem continues to be the number of accidents inside built-up areas, which is much higher than the european average. On the road or on the highway, until we have a good indicator,” says José Miguel Trigoso. The chairman of the Road safety Portuguesa highlights two key aspects that you stain your safety on the road south are: the number of deaths and accidents involving motorcycles, and the increase in deaths due to screening, which, in the majority of cases it is due to the excessive speed.