Road Safety Annual Report 2014

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The IRTAD Annual Report 2014 provides an overview of road safety indicators for 2012 in 38 countries, with preliminary data for 2013, and detailed reports for each country. The report outlines the crash data collection process in IRTAD countries, describes the road safety strategies and existing targets, and provides detailed safety data by road user, location and age together with information on recent trends in speeding, drink-driving and other aspects of road user behaviour.



International Transport Forum

In Spain, there are several sources of information for traffic injury data. The source of information that provides detailed data on the circumstances of the crashes is based on the information collected by officers responsible for traffic surveillance and control, who complete the appropriate statistical questionnaires. Traffic police officers monitor the condition of those injured during the first 24 hours after the crash occurred, specifying whether the person injured died within that period, spent more than 24 hours in hospital, was considered serious or slightly injured, or was not taken to hospital in that period of time. This is done by obtaining the required information from hospitals.


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