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15th Annual Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Report

  • June 15, 2021

In 2011 the European Union set the ambitious target of halving the number of road deaths between 2010 and 2020. This was the second decade-long EU target period, the first having begun in 2001. This report looks at the progress made towards the 2020 target in EU Member States as well as other countries covered by ETSC’s Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) programme. The EU has set two new targets for 2030, again to halve road deaths, and also to halve serious injuries. This report also looks briefly at the EU and national strategies for reaching those targets. In short, we will be looking back at progress and policies from the last decade, and looking forward to what needs to be done to achieve the new goals.

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