'Safe Speed 5030' sees dramatic decrease in traffic deaths in first 100 days

'Safe Speed 5030' sees dramatic decrease in traffic deaths in first 100 days

BeFM News

During the first 100 days ‘Safe Speed 5030’ was implemented in Busan, there was a dramatic decrease in traffic accident deaths with minimal contributions to traffic congestion.

‘Safe speed 5030’ is a policy that limits vehicle speed to 50 km/h on major roads in the city and 30 km/h on other roads.

According to Busan police, from May to August, the city saw 25 traffic accident deaths, or a 38% decrease compared to the previous year, and 12 pedestrian deaths, or a 43% on-year decrease.

 

 

 

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