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|Title: ||Road accident analysis in Yemen : the identification of shortcomings in road accident data, data adjustment, cost and development of road fatality model|
|Authors: ||Naji, Jamil Abdul-Rabb|
|Keywords: ||Traffic accidents|
|Issue Date: ||1996|
|Publisher: ||University of Glamorgan|
|Citation: ||Naji, J. A. (1996) Road accident analysis in Yemen : the identification of shortcomings in road accident data, data adjustment, cost and development of road fatality model. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Glamorgan.|
|Abstract: ||The true extent of the road accident problem in Yemen is questionable. Some agencies and citizens believe that the safety situation in Yemen is very critical while others disagree with this belief. Both sides however, agree that the road accident problem in Yemen is such that it requires considerable attention. Since Yemen
has no history in road safety research and since there is no reliable road accident data in the country, making final judgements on the situation is difficult unless supported by adequate research.
The aim of the present research is to provide a better understanding of the road accident problem in the Yemen.
This can be made by investigation of the real dimensions of the road accident problem. This includes the
identification of the shortcomings in road accident data, the cost of road accidents and modelling road accident fatalities.|
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