Data released recently show that the European Union will not cope with the ambitious goal of halving the number of casualties in road accidents. When such a change was assumed in 2010, about 31.000 people were killed on EU roads. people. By 2020, this number was to fall below 16,000. However, the data just presented shows that this will not be possible to achieve. Last year, more than 25,000 people died in road accidents in the European Union, which means a barely one percent change over the previous year.
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