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Road Safety: Facts & Figures. Oman 1999-2004 Source: Royal Oman Police. 9,460 accidents in 2004 with 4,68,412 vehicles on the road. 637 fatalities in 2004, 59 more than in 2003. Note: several countries in the world have higher rates. Findings :

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Road Safety: Facts & Figures

Oman 1999-2004Source: Royal Oman Police

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Findings :

  • The number of fatalities on the roads of Oman is a factor 4 higher than the best countries in the world.
  • The number of vehicles on the roads is still rising rapidly (8%/year)
  • The number of road accidents increased over 2000/01 but the number of fatalities was lower than the previous years.
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Findings :

  • Rollovers are real killers: the fatality rate for rollovers is a factor 4 higher than for collision.
  • Accidents with pedestrians have a higher risk of fatality: the pedestrian is NOT protected.
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20-25% of fatalities are pedestrians !

Fatality rate for pedestrian is higher than driver/passenger

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Findings:

  • Muscat and Batina are the regions with most traffic and most incidents.
  • The fatality rate in the area’s outside Muscat is much higher, especially Batina and Dakhaliah. Probably because the speeds are higher on these roads with less traffic.
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