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Thursday, February 20, 2014 Surrey/North Delta Leader 3 Advertising Feature

A National Agenda for Road Safety

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he predictions for continuing, indeed steadily increasing road carnage in the poor and middle-income countries as they acquire more cars and more roads are dire. Today, the global losses from road crashes are staggering: every day over 3000 people, 700 of whom are children, are killed. In many countries, road crashes are the number one cause of death for young people aged 15 to 24. Fifty times as many people are injured. In the near future, if motorization and road-building rates continue to climb without corresponding efforts made to add a road safety focus into this mix, these numbers, some experts say, could triple. And these predictions take into account the opposite trend in the richer countries where fatalities and injuries are steadily decreasing. “This huge humanitarian silent disaster” as the Global Road Safety Partnership calls it cries out for response. And, thankfully, there are many efforts by governments, international agencies, car and parts manufacturers, motor sport associations, professional engineering associations, and others to raise awareness and marshal the necessary resources. Somehow these efforts at improvement, as considerable as they are, do not command our attention or capture our humanitarian sympathies to quite the same degree as other admittedly ‘big’ issues— like ending world hunger or eradicating various ‘high-profile’ diseases. Perhaps our day-to-day familiarity with cars and roads makes ‘raising awareness’

the most difficult part of the challenge— either we tune out the problem or disbelieve or discount what we do hear. Many organizations working for better road safety do so collaboratively. But reading through the mission statements of the various and numerous organizations claiming improved road safety as main or subordinate goals—for example The United Nations, The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, The World Health Organization, The World Bank, The FIA Foundation, the International Road Assessment Programme, the Global Road Safety Partnership, the Bloomberg Philanthropies Global Road Safety Programme, to name only a few—it becomes rapidly apparent that leadership with a clearly defined set of priorities is not the usual problem-solving model at work here. Of course, this lack of focus is partly because the road safety challenge is so complex. There is a need for better and safer roads, better driver education, higher standards for obtaining a driver’s license, and better emergency response and medical intervention. Motor vehicle manufacturers need to quickly standardize the automatic driver warning and correcting technology for all vehicles, not just the top of the line models. There are many examples of significant advancements being made by individual countries that set their own road safety goals, define a strategy for success and dedicate to executing it. Countries can learn from other countries that are leaders to some degree in safety technology. Good systems and technologies may be adapted, copied or licensed, depending on the circumstances. Above all is the need for societies to declare a national agenda for measurable improvement in road safety. …by Cedric Hughes, Barrister & Solicitor with regular weekly contributions from Leslie McGuffin, LL.B.

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