Proposed Remedies to Prevent Road Traffic Accidents (RTAs) on Highways in Pakistan
In Pakistan, the number of roads and highways is increasing along with the number of road traffic accidents (RTAs). Many researchers attempted to collect data of RTAs and to investigate their causes. Keeping those causes and reasons for RTAs in mind, remedies to prevent RTAs on the highways in Pakistan are proposed to make the roads and highways safer for traveling.
Keywords:causes of RTAs, road traffic accidetns (RTAs), proposed remediescauses of RTAs, road traffic accidents (RTAs), proposed remedies
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