Road infrastructure is reported to be poor, with insufficient resources to handle the growing number of vehicles in Algeria. Alongside, unskilled drivers and lack of mandated vehicle standards are considered to be key contributing factors to the growing incidence of road traffic crashes and resulting injuries.
Supporting Algeria to increase capcity to improve road safety and enforce road traffic laws.
Knowledge and practices:
Establishing knowledge and data management and best practice.
Supporting Algeria to enhance road traffic policing.
EU MENA Programme
EU MENA programme delivers on action plans for multi-sector and multi-disciplinary road safety pilot projects under the supervision of GRSP experts.
Road user groups
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Lead agency: National Centre for Prevention and Road Safety
Speed limit law
Motorcycle helmet law
Child restraint law
Mobile phones while driving law
Annual road fatalities
Fatalities per 100K pop. per year
Estimated GDP loss
Source: WHO Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015