by Holly Krambeck, Soames Job, Sara Sultan
Low- and middle- income countries typically lack adequate systems for collecting road crash data. This limits their capacity to monitor, effectively advocate for, manage and efficiently improve road safety.
While many cities, states, and countries have adopted or developed proprietary systems for recording crash data, they are often developed in isolation, limiting the ability to share data among users. These systems may also be expensive—and unable to support road safety delivery and advocacy.