According to the authors of a social survey, Sweden for the first time in many years close to the zero mortality rate from traffic accidents.
Sweden for the first time in many years close to the zero mortality rate from traffic accidents. Back in 1997, Sweden has a special program, which was aimed at reducing deaths on the roads. The country has been able to reconstruct the road and create the necessary conditions for drivers. These measures allowed prevent about 145 deaths.
In addition, the authorities have developed a 12,600 pedestrian crossings have an increased level of security. Also, the state purchased the special flashing lights and humps speed of the vehicle. To date, Sweden failed several times to reduce mortality from accidents. It is reported that in the state increased the penalties for driving while drunk and intoxicated.