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Children of Jordan below 18 years are particularly at risk and their proportion of all casualties is rising reaching about 28% in 2016, yet limited research has been carried out to address this problem. This study investigates the magnitude and nature of the child road safety problem with the final aim of identifying the necessary interventions to improve child road safety in Jordan. Road crash death data were provided by the Jordan Traffic Institute. Additional data were sought throughdoi:10.1051/matecconf/202030803002 fatcat:hl7vnd2wj5dcpokzyzytu5txmy