Gov’t Unlikely to Meet Target to Reduce Road Deaths

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Without more efforts to punish traffic violators, the government is all but certain to miss its goal of cutting traffic deaths by 20% in 2014 and by 50% in 2020, road safety experts said at a forum Tuesday.

There were 1,910 deaths due to traffic accidents last year. This figure has remained relatively stable in recent years.


Source: The Cambodia Daily

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