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Rational policy goals: road safety in Scandinavia
WIT Transactions on the Built Environment
The road safety policy goal in Sweden, as well as the corresponding goals in Denmark and Norway, states that it is unacceptable that anyone is killed or seriously injured as a consequence of road traffic. Although these goals are wellmeant, it could plausibly be asked whether it is rational to have pose such an unrealistic or utopian goals like that of reducing road traffic fatalities and serious injuries to zero. This paper discusses rationality of goals in general, and presents specificdoi:10.2495/ut060161 fatcat:rtaggjhy4rhbnaij77bdjsnhp4