The Road Transport and Safety Agency RTSA has projected a positive road safety outlook for 2019 as the country records a reduction in road traffic accidents and death during the Easter holiday.
RTSA Head Public Relations Fredrick Mubanga says according to statistics released by the Zambia Police recently, the numbers of road traffic accidents dropped from 260 in 2018 to 212 in 2019.
He said in a statement availed to Christian Voice News in Lusaka today, that the number of fatalities reduced from 26 in 2019 to 15 in 2019 representing a reduction of about 47%.
Mr. Mubanga said that the statistics are a clear indication that the country could achieve a meaningful reduction in road traffic crashes if all road users adhere to traffic rules and regulations.
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