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Title: Safe society safe mobility
Authors: Holtmann, B
Jansen Van Vuuren, C
Keywords: Transport
Road safety
Mobility
Public transport
Security
Issue Date: Jul-2007
Citation: Holtmann, B and Jansen Van Vuuren, C. 2007. Safe society safe mobility. 26th annual Southern African Transport Conference "The challenges of implementing policy" CSIR International Conference Centre, Tshwane, pp 15
Abstract: There is a tendency to think of road or transport safety as a separate subject from safety and security, yet the two are closely interwoven. The paper will make some of these connections, referring to local and where relevant international studies. Much of what makes roads unsafe has its roots in criminal activity - and criminal activity has a major impact on mobility. The need for mobility also makes people much more vulnerable than people would be if they could stay in one place. The paper will demonstrate strategies. A safe South Africa must therefore address these issues in an integrated way, bringing together experts and experiences from a range of disciplines.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1136
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