RESEARCH ON ENSURING ROAD TRAFFIC SAFETY ON ROAD SECTIONS CROSSING SIBIU COUNTY ACCORDING TO EUROPEAN UNION STANDARDS
The automotive transport development and the rapid growth of the automobile fleet have led in an objective way to the concerns intensification and multi-level efforts to ensure road safety and security. This research aim is to analyze the road accidents produced on certain national road sectors, this being a very topical issue in our country. An analysis on the produced road accident, on 7 road sections that pass-through Sibiu County on the 2014-2016 period, was carried out. The most important road accidents cause was scientifically identified and argued based on a pertinent analysis and substantial support of the Romanian Police. It was found that the lack of adaptation to the road conditions, the irregularity overcoming, the priority lack, falling asleep, are the most important causes for which a serious argumentation and a real correlation with what happened in the rest of the European Union, was made. Various ways to mitigate the accidents main cause have been identified: the inadequate speed to road conditions with the most negative consequences. The final conclusion of this original research is argued by the authors and leads to an increased road education among the population as well as to the legislation improvement to adopt more stringent measures than existing ones.
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