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As terrible as it is for all concerned, unfortunately, accidents involving children are still part of everyday life – worldwide. In recent years, great efforts have been made to reduce the number of accidents significantly and permanently. And these efforts are reflected in the constantly decreasing numbers of casualties. But despite the long-term positive development, the current situation is far from satisfactory, because the goal of transport policy endeavors with respect to fatal traffic accidents is “Vision Zero”. There is still much to do to achieve this goal. It is especially important to tailor the respective measures as exactly as possible to local accident statistics. For example, while most children who die in traffic accidents in high-income countries are passengers in cars, most of those in low- and middle-income countries die as pedestrians and cyclists.

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