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Prioritizing the Factors Effective on Decreasing the Rate of Accidents in Iran Freeways between 2013-2015

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  • Department of Transportation Engineering, K. N. Toosi University of Technology of Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of
  • Civil Engineering Department of Transportation, K. N. Toosi University of Technology of Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

Abstract


Traffic accidents is one of the causes for death, serious financial and bodily harms and its significant social, economic and cultural consequences threatens the societies seriously. Iran's ground transportation system is one of the most eventful transportation systems in the world and mortality rate and financial harms cost too much for the country in national aspect. Therefore, we have presented a data collection by referring to recorded statistics of the accidents occurred in freeways from 2013 to 2015. This statistics are recorded in different related data bases, generally police and road transportation system. The data is separated and arranged in tables and after preparing, processing and prioritizing the factors, the achieved collection is presented to the departments, managers and researchers to help them suggest practical solutions.

Keywords

Death, Drowsiness, Freeways Accidents, Humane Causes, Tiredness.

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