Study on Serious Road Traffic Injuries in the EU.pdf (2.66 MB)
Study on serious road traffic injuries in the EU
reportposted on 2017-01-12, 16:58 authored by Letty Aarts, J.J.F. Commandeur, Ruth WelshRuth Welsh, S. Niesen, Markus Lerner, Pete Thomas, Niels Bos, R.J. Davidse
The general objective of this study is to collect knowledge that will enable the future identification of measures for effective prevention of serious road traffic injuries. The specific objective is to provide fact-based analysis on the most common circumstances and types of road traffic crashes leading to serious injuries of MAIS3+ severity. More specifically, the study is directed at providing an understanding of the main circumstances and factors that affect the emergence of serious road traffic injuries, medically coded as MAIS3+, for the following road traffic modes in the EU: pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists and car occupants.
CitationAARTS, L. ... et al, 2016. Study on serious road traffic injuries in the EU. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
Publisher© European Union
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NotesThis is an official report.