According to the World Health Organization, 1.2 million people die every year in traffic crashes worldwide and 90 percent of deaths happen in low and middle-income countries. Almost half of these deaths are pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists. Road fatalities are expected to become the...
Since launching its Mobility Plan in 2015, Joinville, in Santa Catarina, Brazil, has become a model city for urban planning.
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The number of traffic fatalities in Sao Paulo, Brazil fell by 20.6 percent from 2014 to 2015, resulting in 257 saved lives.
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BRASILIA, BRAZIL (November 19, 2015) - The World Health Organization (WHO) released the Declaration from the Second Global High-level Conference on Road Safety: Time for Results.
According to the World Health Organization, road traffic injuries are expected to become the seventh leading cause of death globally by 2030. In Mexico City, traffic collisions were responsible for 954 deaths in 2012.
A hub for commercial activity, the Pinheiros River area is an important business district in São Paulo, Brazil.
Indian cities are often burdened with intense traffic congestion, poor air quality, and inequitable access to transport.