Georgia: Monitoring Project Raises Hopes for Improved Highway Safety

A marshrutka stop in central Tbilisi. (Photo: Florian Höfer)

Auto safety is a perennial issue across Eurasia, as the generally poor condition of highways and byways, the proliferation of haphazardly maintained vehicles and a proclivity for reckless driving mean that death is a constant part of life on the road.
 

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Dustin Gilbreath is a Policy Analyst at CRRC-Georgia. The full report this article is based on is available here: http://bit.ly/2txNQRR. The data and replication code for the analysis in this article is available here: http://bit.ly/2us0tCr. The research presented in this article was funded through the East-West Management Institute’s (EWMI) Advancing CSO Capacities and Engaging Society for Sustainability (ACCESS) project, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The content of this article is the sole responsibility of the author and does not necessarily reflects the views of USAID, the United States Government, or EWMI.

Georgia: Monitoring Project Raises Hopes for Improved Highway Safety

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