The new traffic safety program drawn up by the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications sets out to cut the number of traffic deaths by half, so that no more than 40 people lose their life in traffic accidents each year.
"The final goal of the new traffic safety program is to reduce the average number of traffic deaths per year, which was 82 between 2012 and 2014, to at least by a half to 40 and to achieve a situation where the number of people severely injured in traffic accidents does not exceed 330 people a year in a three-year period," Minist...
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