Thursday 21 June 2018
Traffic Accidents

Abu Dhabi traffic accident deaths down 19pc in H1

The overall rate of serious accidents in Abu Dhabi decreased by 8 per cent, and the rate of deaths resulting from serious accidents decreased by 19 per cent, during the first part of 2017, a report said.  The rate of fatal ac


Holistic safety plan key to curbing ME road accidents

According to the World Bank, road crashes kill 1.2 million people and cripple or injure more than 10 million others every year. In fact, at current rates, traffic accidents will become the fifth leading cause of death globally by 2030, up from 1


Speed cameras reduce accidents

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar (WCMC-Q) examined the impact of speed cameras on motor vehicle accidents and found a dramatic decrease in fatal motor vehicle injuries is the result, in the first study of its kind in Qatar.


Saudi sees accident loss up

The annual loss due to traffic accidents in Saudi Arabia could mount to SR55 billion ($14.98 billion) by 2020, warned a top Saudi researcher. Naif Al-Shammary called upon the authorities to take appropriate steps to curb accidents on Saudi

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