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Sustainability, Volume 12, Issue 6 (March-2 2020) – 422 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Road traffic crashes have emerged as a public health concern worldwide, as they imply human losses [...] Read more. Road traffic crashes have emerged as a public health concern worldwide, as they imply human losses and high economic costs. Although progress has been made globally, there is still much to do, as traffic accidents currently remain the eighth leading cause of death in the world. A holistic approach is needed to understand them and to provide the evidence for policy support. This study aims to show a new vision that has been ignored so far: the driver’s perspective. Latent cluster and multinomial logit models have been applied to crashes which have occurred on Spanish crosstown roads with the aim of determining if territorial variables are also determining factors in the driver injury severity. The conclusions show the importance of examining road safety from all users’ viewpoints and considering additional variables, not limited just to road infrastructure, the victim, and the vehicle data. View this paper.