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References for facts presented in the Global Footprint page are as follows:

 

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48. Lithuanian Road Administration. (2012). Accident Rate Information.

49. European Transport Safety Council. (2010, May 21). Estonia halves road deaths but still faces many challenges.

50. Hrvatske Ceste. (2010). Traffic Counting on the Roadways of Croatia in 2009, 18.

51. Bajrambašić, I. (2009). Bosnia and Herzegovina, 4. Presentation from UNECE Conference on Improving Road Traffic Safety in Southeastern Europe: Setting Regional and National Road Traffic Casualty Reduction Targets.

52. Austrian Road Safety Board. (2008). Road Accident Statistics 2007, 7.

53. Ceļu satiksmes drošības direkcija. (2012). Ceļu satiksmes negadījumu, tajos bojā gājušo un ievainoto skaits

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56. World Health Organization. (2009). European Status Report on Road Safety, 12.

57. Automobile Club of Moldova. (2012). The number of road victims in Moldova is decreasing. From Make Roads Safe Campaign Moldova. Automobile Club of Moldova. (2012). Road accident statistics for 2011 in Moldova. From Make Roads Safe Campaign Moldova.

58. Republic of Bulgaria Ministry of Interior. (2009). Republic of Bulgaria: State-Public Consultative Commission on the Problems of Road Safety, 12. Presentation from UNECE Conference on Improving Road Traffic Safety in Southeastern Europe: Setting Regional and National Road Traffic Casualty Reduction Targets.

59. National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. (2011). Statistical Yearbook of Armenia, 343.

60. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. (2010). Status Paper on Road Safety (for the Calendar Year 2010): The Republic of Azerbaijan, 4.

61. UNICEF Islamic Republic of Iran. (2012). Road Traffic Injuries in Iran and Their Prevention, a Worrying Picture.

62. World Health Organization. (2013). Global Status Report on Road Safety, 246.

63. Global Road Safety Partnership. (2012). Country Summary: Morocco.

64. World Health Organization. (2014). WHO supported road safety activities in Mozambique.

65. Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. (2014). Road Traffic Accidents.

66. Cyprus Police. (2013). Fatals by cause of the accident for the period of years 2008-2012.