The “Benchmarking de la seguridad vial en Amèrica Latina” is a report that describes and compares the management and performance of road safety in ten Latin American countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay and Uruguay.
This report is based on a compared analysis that allows to identify differences and similarities in the performance of road safety among that countries.
This kind of analysis may be useful for public policy makers. Indeed, they may rely on real experiences and data to assess weaknesses and strengths and to design effective road safety policies.
For further information, read the entire report.