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This paper tests the usefulness of a multilevel model (MLM) for explaining the spatial occurrence of road accidents; it also shows and confirms how far the characteristics of the geographical environment influence the location and concentration of road accidents at two levels of spatial aggregation. The results are compared to those obtained from a more classical logistic regression. The analysis is performed on the southern periphery of Brussels (Belgium). The main conclusions are: (1) thatdoi:10.1016/s0386-1112(14)60120-5 fatcat:m7zhcokls5aivi4a4vci4jjska