Need of joint efforts to prevent road crashes death and injuried

Miroslava Mikusova

Abstrakt

This article describes the current situation in the area of European road safety and draws attention to the adverse developments in several Central European countries. It presents the approach of the international project SOL in relation to strengthening road safety management capacity in the region of Central Europe. It underlines the added value of networking and contains recommendations for building multi-stakeholder partnerships for road safety at national, regional and community levels. It also provides a resume of stakeholder assessment undertaken in Zilina region.

Słowa kluczowe: safety, networkig, multi-stakeholder partnership, strategy, project SOL
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