Togolese authorities look to adopt a national policy to improve road safety

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Thursday, 05 November 2020 16:45
Togolese authorities look to adopt a national policy to improve road safety

(Togo First) - Due to the resurgence of road accidents in the country, Togolese authorities plan to draw a national policy for road safety. 

This was disclosed on November 4 by the Minister of road, air and railway transport, Affoh Atcha-Dedji, in a ministers’ council. 

“The road safety policy will mainly integrate an approach focused on the following: management, infrastructure, vehicles (vehicle quality), people and emergency support,” the minister said.  

In the first half of 2020, 22,627 road accidents were recorded, including 241 deadly ones and 3,734 where people were injured. 

Séna Akoda

 
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