According to a new report, Georgia’s annual traffic fatalities have decreased by an impressive 32 percent in just eight years. A 2013 study determined that 1,186 people were killed on Georgia’s roadways. For each of the past years between 2005 and 2013, traffic fatality numbers have decreased. The current rate is the lowest it has been since record keeping first began over 60 years ago. For Georgia, however, this decline is not enough. State officials have vowed to continue the fight to reduce traffic deaths throughout the state.
What efforts does the state intend to implement in order to further reduce traffic related deaths? The following are three examples:
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