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TitleRoad Communication Technologies and Safety Regulation Enforcement on Roads in Uganda
AuthorDerek Friday
AbstractThe growing concern for safety regulation enforcement is attributed to the increasing carnage of road injuries and deaths from road accidents in Uganda. With bad driver behaviours accounting for 80% to 95% road crashes, this study sought to establish whether road communication technologies can improve safety regulation enforcement and deter such behaviour. Data was collected from 285 respondents comprising of traffic officers and analysed using SPSS. The study also critics the Risk Homoeostasis Theory and makes numerous contributions to theory and practice and also provides both policy implications and recommendations to improve road safety regulation enforcement.

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