The stability of long-term trends in the number of traffic fatalities in a sample of highly motorised countries.

@article{Elvik2010TheSO,
  title={The stability of long-term trends in the number of traffic fatalities in a sample of highly motorised countries.},
  author={Rune Elvik},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2010},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={245-60}
}
This paper examines the stability of long-term trends in the number of traffic fatalities in eight highly motorised countries: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, The Netherlands, Great Britain, Australia and The United States. In all these countries, the number of traffic fatalities reached a peak around 1970-1972 and has since declined. The decline has, however, been irregular and fairly long periods of stagnation or even increase in the number of fatalities have occurred in all countries. A… CONTINUE READING

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