Data and Knowledge

This brochure is designed to help countries develop their own locally owned and led national or state programmes and develop and deliver projects that save lives.
 
This report explores how seamless data collection, analysis and sharing can unlock innovations in transport safety. Most interventions to improve transport safety are reactions to incidents.
 
This reports benchmarks road safety performance for 72 urban areas, mostly in Europe, and illustrates governance solutions to improve urban road safety with case studies conducted in Lisbon (Portugal) and Riga (Latvia).
 
This paper updates analyses of the relationship between fluctuations of the business cycle and the number of traffic fatalities published in 2015 by the International Transport Forum
 
The State Program of the Azerbaijan Republic on Road Safety for 2019–2023 is multisectoral and designed to be implemented on national, regional, and global levels, with a primary focus on national- and local-level actions.
 
This document aims to support cities in setting road safety targets and to monitor progress in improving urban road safety.
 
This document enumerates the targets, indicators and service delivery mechanisms for reducing road safety risk factors.
 
The overall aim of the project is to support the Government of Mongolia in its endeavor of improving its road safety management capacity in order to reduce accident levels and related fatalities.
 
The purpose of this research by the National Automobile Club of Azerbaijan (AMAK) has been to analyse the current situation related to accessible mobility in Azerbaijan and collect data on the challenges that people with disabilities face while using roads and public transport on a daily basis.
 
This manual provides practical information about roadside hazard management strategy for Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) countries. It details how each step in the strategy can help to improve roadside safety.
 
 

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The Big Data Tool summarises star rating and investment plan data – over 400 million data points – based on 358,000km of roads across 54 countries covering over 700 billion vehicle kilometres of travel every year.

The Road Safety Toolkit provides free information on the causes and prevention of road crashes that cause death and injury.

These documents provide information and knowledge for partners so that they can lead, undertake and implement iRAP assessments.

Maximising travel on roads that are 3-star or better will save lives and reduce injuries. Applying the global standard and ensuring all new roads are built to at least a 3-star standard for all road users and existing roads are upgraded to achieve >75% of travel on 3-star or better roads is the vaccine we need.

These select publications have been developed jointly by multiple partner agencies of the UN Road Safety Collaboration or in some cases by individual partner agencies.