Traffic Accidents on Expressways: New Threat to China

@article{Zhao2012TrafficAO,
  title={Traffic Accidents on Expressways: New Threat to China},
  author={Jinbao Zhao and W. Deng},
  journal={Traffic Injury Prevention},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={230 - 238}
}
Objective: As China is building one of the largest expressway systems in the world, expressway safety problems have become serious concerns to China. This article analyzed the trends in expressway accidents in China from 1995 to 2010 and examined the characteristics of these accidents. Methods: Expressway accident data were obtained from the Annual Report for Road Traffic Accidents published by the Ministry of Public Security of China. Expressway mileage data were obtained from the National… Expand
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