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Most traffic fatalities worldwide take place on only 10% of the road network, mainly on the busiest corridors. SSATP has just launched guidelines on how to address this scourge.
As African economies continue to grow and expand, the transport sector becomes even more critical for promoting a people-centered, socio-economic development agenda.
Senegal is hosting the 2013 Annual Meeting and the first Africa Transport Policy Forum in Dakar from December 10 to 12.
The SSATP uses the pyramid to guide the policy development and implementation process where decision and action are the two phases of a continuous and rotating cycle and where kmowledge informs each level as well as the actors involved.
Integrated border management can speed the time it takes for goods and people to cross borders and reduce costs, according to a publication from SSATP.