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October 2011, Mid-Term Progress Report: Towards S afer R oads in the Western Cape. South African Roads Are Among the Most Dangerous in the World. Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Netherlands, Malta, San Marino. New Zealand, Australia.

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October 2011 mid term progress report towards s afer r oads in the western cape

October 2011,

Mid-Term Progress Report:

Towards Safer Roads in the Western Cape


South african roads are among the most dangerous in the world

South African Roads Are Among the Most Dangerous in the World

Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Netherlands, Malta, San Marino

New Zealand, Australia

Columbia, Surinam, UnitedStates, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Peru, Ecuador, Chile

Slovenia, Albania, Armenia, Croatia, Turkey, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria,

Kyrgyz, Mongolia, Vietnam, Korea, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Lebanon, Sri Lanka

Namibia, Lesotho, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Mauritius, Zimbabwe

Latvia, Poland, Georgia, Belarus, Slovakia, Moldova, Greece, Estonia, Ukraine

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United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait

Russian Federation, Lithuania, Ukraine, Montenegro, Turkmenistan

Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Oman, Thailand

Botswana, South Africa, Swaziland, Gabon

Annual Road Traffic Fatalities per 100,000 Population


The annual death toll south africa 1935 2007

The Annual Death Toll, South Africa 1935 - 2007

15,000 Dead Per Annum

10,000 Dead Per Annum

5,000 Dead Per Annum

1935

1950

1980

1995

2007

1965

Fatalities

Crashes


2009 2011 actual fatalities comparison by month

2009 – 2011 Actual Fatalities Comparison by Month


2009 2014 month by month comparison projected to december 2014

2009 – 2014 Month by Month Comparison Projected to December 2014


Jan 2009 dec 2014 road traffic accident rta deaths projection

Jan 2009 – Dec 2014 Road Traffic Accident (RTA) Deaths Projection

January 2009: Forensic Pathology Services report 1739 RTA deaths in the last year

September 2011: Forensic Pathology Services report 1335 RTA deaths in the last year

December 2014: Projected total of 874 RTA deaths in the last year


Will we halve the death toll by 2014

Will We Halve the Death Toll by 2014?

  • Annual Death Toll At Jan 2009: 1739

  • Projected Death Toll At Dec 2014: 874

  • Death Toll Reduction: 49.75%

  • Conclusion: Very close. We will need to work harder.


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