Road Accidents of Arba Minch town in Ethiopia an Empirical Study

@article{Halkiyo2017RoadAO,
  title={Road Accidents of Arba Minch town in Ethiopia an Empirical Study},
  author={Jemal Bedane Halkiyo and Bule Hora Universit and Sultan Bedane Halkiyu and Raju Ramesh Reddy},
  journal={International Journal of Civil Engineering},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={29-33}
}
Road accidents are unexpected incidents which took place in the urban areas very frequently that leads to lot of property damages, injuries and deaths. Due to various commercial and business activities, the vehicles in the urban areas will maintain high speed and too much over takings, resulting more number of accidents in short span. Moreover, the rapid urbanization, Industrialization and migration along with other social changes have resulted in increasing necessity for travel across all age… 

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