How to Improve Road Safety
Celje, 6 April - CELJE/ROADS/SAFETY
In 1993, there were 6,276 road accidents in Slovenia, which caused 494 deaths, and damage amounting to more than US$ 42 million. An average of 254 per million inhabitants died in road accidents in Slovenia in the past five years, while the average for the European Union is 152. In Slovenia, an average of 7 people die per 100 million kilometres travelled, while twice as many die on the most dangerous parts of roads. Four times fewer people die on motorways than on other roads, which reflects a similar ratio on the European roads.
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