Mobility is also one of the most important drivers of economic growth and prosperity. But the relationship between mobility and prosperity is, in the long run, reversible. The statistics clearly show that economic growth also leads to increased traffic. Increased traffic leads to congestion, pollution, climate change and, last but definitely not least, death and serious injury. The statistics make for truly painful reading.
Every year, more than 1 million people die in traffic-related accidents around the world. For people aged between 15 and 29, road traffic accidents are the most common way tonull
Our road systems are based on all the factors long known to pose hazards. They are allowing drivers to take risks way beyond our human capability. And our road systemsnull
Sweden has one of the world’s lowest traffic-related fatality rates - and the statistics clearly show that safety does not compromise mobility. On the contrary, increased mobility actually depends onnull