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بحث عن السلامة الطرقية بالانجليزية


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In a press release dated February 1, 2018, the Road Safety Delegation presented the preliminary results and main trends of the year 2017 in the field of road accidents. The consolidated results are now available.

In 2017, according to the final results of the National Interministerial Observatory of Road Safety (ONISR), 3,684 people lost their lives on the roads of France. With 54 fewer deaths than in 2016, road mortality is down slightly by 1.4%. The other indicators of accidentality are on the rise: personal injuries of + 2.2%, injured persons by + 1.3%, and hospitalizations following a road accident by + 2.0%.

In France: slight drop in road deaths in 2017, increase in injuries and injuries
In 2017, 3,448 people lost their lives in a road accident in mainland France. With 29 fewer deaths, road mortality is down slightly (-0.8%) compared to 2016, after two years of increase, in 2014 (+ 3.5%) and in 2015 (+ 2.3% ) and a stabilization in 2016 (+ 0.46%).
The other indicators of accidentality are slightly higher: the number of people injured on the roads increases by + 1.0%, in total 73,384 people injured in 58,611 accidents (+ 1.9%). 27,732 of these people had to be hospitalized (+ 2.0% compared to 2016), of which one in ten will have serious sequelae.
User categories: strong increase in motorcycle mortality and increase in cyclist mortality

Road accidents are rising sharply among motorcyclists. In 2017, there were 669 motorcycle deaths, an increase of + 9% compared to 2016. This corresponds to 56 more deaths. The largest increase was among young bikers aged 18-24, whose mortality had declined particularly in the last three years, and their senior citizens aged 35-44. These two age groups each account for 32 more people killed than in 2016, but the most affected age group remains 25-34 years with 161 killed. Cyclomotive mortality continues to decline (-3%, ie 4 people killed less). Motorized two-wheelers account for less than 2% of traffic (1.9%) but account for 43% of the seriously injured and 22% of those killed.
Road mortality is also increasing among cyclists. In 2017, 173 cyclists lost their lives in a car accident, 11 more than in 2016, which corresponds to a + 7% increase. 44% of cyclists killed were 65 or older.
14 public transit users were killed in 2017, 2 more than in 2016. Among them, there are 6 children who died in the collision between their school bus and a train at a level crossing on December 14th. in Millas (Pyrénées-Orientales).
Motor vehicle mortality, which alone accounts for more than half of the deaths in a road accident (51%), is roughly stable in 2017, with 1,767 people dying in a passenger vehicle, or 7 fatalities. more than in 2016. This hides the further decline in the risk for 18-24 year olds (356 killed or 26 killed) and an increase in the risk of 25-34 year olds (318 killed or 20 killed) ). Senior mortality increases by +26 killed for 65-74 year-olds (193 killed) and +11 killed for people aged 75 or over (292 killed).
The pedestrian mortality is 484 killed. It was up sharply in 2016 (+ 19%) and returns to the 2010 level with 75 fewer deaths than in 2016. 48% of pedestrians killed were 65 or older.
Finally, the mortality of commercial vehicle users decreased by -24% in 2017, which represents 31 fewer deaths than in 2016. Overall, this result reflects a decrease in mortality in commercial vehicle accidents ( 315 killed in total, compared to 420 in 2016 and 373 in 2015

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