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Traffic on roads consists of road users including pedestrians, ridden or herded animals, vehicles, streetcars, buses and other conveyances, either singly or together, while using the public way for purposes of travel. Traffic laws are the laws which govern traffic and regulate vehicles, while rules of the road are both the laws and the informal rules that may have developed over time to facilitate the orderly and timely flow of traffic.

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Organizations relating to Traffic

Latin American Information System on Trade and Environment
Fondation TerrEspoir / Est. 1996
International Convention for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic, 1910 / Est. 1910
Tripoli-Windhoek Highway Coordinating Committee
International Federation of the Independent Shoe Trade / Est. 1958
European Toy Confederation / Est. 1988
International Grooving and Grinding Association / Est. 1972
Wheat Trade Convention, 1967 / Est. 1967
European Cooperative Trading Agency
Asociación de Bolsas de Comercio de Centroamérica, Panama y República Dominicana / Est. 1991
Committee of African Road Associations / Est. 1988
Arab Bureau for Prevention of Crime
Association for the Central Europe-Atlantic Road / Est. 1967
Arrangement Regarding International Trade in Textiles / Est. 1973
International Association of European Manufacturers of Glass Beads for Safety Road Markings and Other Industrial Purposes / Est. 1980
European Economic Area / Est. 1992
Wheat Trade Convention, 1971 / Est. 1971
European Union Road Federation / Est. 1998
European Road Transport Research Advisory Council
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy / Est. 1986
Informal Working Group on Gender and Trade
International Cooperative Trading Organization / Est. 1970
African Network on Agri-Food, Trade, Environment and Development / Est. 1991
International North American Highway Association / Est. 1944
ICC Commission on Maritime Transport / Est. 1996

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World Problems relating to Traffic

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Cutaneous leishmaniasis
Inadequate transport planning
Traffic congestion
Falciparum malaria
Threatened species of Xenerpestes singularis
Scrub typhus
Trafficking in children
Juvenile prostitution
Tropical deforestation
Road traffic accidents
Lack of traffic information
Threatened species of Leptodactylidae
Tropical fowl mite
Threatened tropical humid forest biome
Threatened species of Bettongia tropica
Threatened species of Mustela africana
Urban road traffic congestion
Threatened tropical moist forest habitats
Illegal tropical timber trade
Threatened tropical grassland habitats
Corrosion in tropical climates
Threatened species of Papillogobius reichei
Threatened subtropical wet forest habitats

Action Strategies relating to Traffic

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Saving rainforests
Monitoring tropical forests
Developing alternatives to tropical slash-and-burn
Structuring road traffic
Researching road safety
Researching tourism and road safety
Initiating traffic pathway designs
Managing tropical forest areas
Developing rainforest action plan
Preventing tropical deforestation
Reducing transport emissions
Facilitating international maritime traffic
Conserving Queensland tropical forest ecoregion
Conserving Southeast China subtropical forest ecoregion
Conserving Northern Indochina subtropical moist forest ecoregion
Conserving New Zealand tropical forests
Conducting tropical forest and biological diversity studies
Conserving tropical biological diversity
Eradicating tropical endemic diseases
Controlling tropical diseases
Conserving tropical habitats
Conserving subtropical habitats
Campaigning against trafficking in women
Using communication traffic analysis
Developing alert systems to detect illegal traffic in dangerous products

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