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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Organizations relating to Roads

International Amalgamation of Unions of Automobile and Farm Machinery Workers
Tripoli-Windhoek Highway Coordinating Committee
Impulse International Auto Club / Est. 1983
Buses International Association / Est. 1981
International Grooving and Grinding Association / Est. 1972
Automotive Booster Clubs International / Est. 1921
Committee of African Road Associations / Est. 1988
Association for the Central Europe-Atlantic Road / Est. 1967
International Association of European Manufacturers of Glass Beads for Safety Road Markings and Other Industrial Purposes / Est. 1980
Fédération des clubs européens de formules IV / Est. 1964
European Car and Truck Rental Association / Est. 1964
European Union Road Federation / Est. 1998
European Road Transport Research Advisory Council
International North American Highway Association / Est. 1944
International Traffic Police and Road Transport Organization / Est. 1994
Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme / Est. 1904
World Automobile Trade Union Council / Est. 1966
Classic Thunderbird Club International / Est. 1961
Inter-States road transport convention
Delorean Club International
Women's International Motorcycle Association
IMF World Company Council for Chrysler
Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst / Est. 1985
International Christian Classic Motorcyclists Association / Est. 1982

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World Problems relating to Roads

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate transport planning
Road traffic accidents
Inadequate road maintenance
Inadequate road conditions
Road hazards
Excessive speed of motor vehicles
Unavailable road machinery
Proliferation of sports utility vehicles
Threatened species of Staphylinidae
Non-payment of compensation to victims of motor accidents
Environmental degradation by off-road and all-terrain vehicles
Proliferation of automobiles and motor vehicles
Ineffective means for goods supply and distribution
Inadequate road and highway facilities
Excessive use of land by automobiles
Reckless all-terrain vehicle drivers
Unsafe roads for children
Inadequate facilities for children's play
Insalubrity of animal excrement in urban environments
Environmental degradation by road traffic
Delayed completion of construction projects
Overtrafficked residential streets
Intrusive truck traffic on residential streets
Road traffic restrictions
Fragmentation of communities by automobiles

Action Strategies relating to Roads

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against road hazards
Promoting road safety
Providing safe accessible roads
Improving road safety
Researching road safety
Researching tourism and road safety
Reducing road accident deaths and injuries
Reducing environmental degradation by automobiles
Cleaning up dog excrement from pavements
Promoting environmentally sound railway use
Conserving roadside verges
Acquiring legal roadbed ownership
Improving busy thoroughfare pavements
Developing valuable road-front property
Protecting winter access routes
Clearing up roadside clutter
Forging commercial straight routes
Travelling convenient regular routes
Combining road-rail transport
Building all-weather access routes
Using access machinery
Upgrading community access routes
Constructing cycle routes
Repairing streets and roads
Researching relationship between population structure and road accidents

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