According to the World Health Organization, speed is at the core of the global road injury epidemic. Studies estimate that over 1.2 million people die each year on the roads worldwide and 20 to 50 million suffer non-fatal injuries. These are alarming statistics that confirm road traffic injuries are a global health and development problem. Attention must be paid to the needs of road users, including the most vulnerable group: pedestrians, motorcyclists and cyclists. As such, a global understanding and focused effort on road safety is essential to tackle this issue.
One key area in improving overall traffic safety is the application of speed enforcement.
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