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467 killed in roads mishaps across country in Nov

Staff Reporter:

As many as 467 people died and 672 injured in 541 road accidents across the country in November this year, according to data compiled by the Road Safety Foundation.
Road Safety Foundation, a non-government organization, prepared the report based on information from nine national dailies, seven online news portals, and electronic media, according to a press release yes-terday.
Among the victims killed in road accidents, 207 (38.75 percent) were motorcyclists; eight (1.71 percent) were bus passengers; 20 (4.28 percent) were riders of trucks, covered vans, pickups; 13 (2.78 percent) were riders of private cars, microbuses, ambulances, jeeps, 106 (22.69 percent) were riders of three-wheelers like CNG, easybikes, and autorickshaws, 14 (2.99 percent) were riders of locally-made vehicles nasiman-kariman, and 19 (4.06 percent) were riders of bicycles-paddle rickshaws and rickshaw vans.
According to the Road Safety Foundation’s analysis, 187 (34.56 percent) accidents occurred on national highways, 232 (42.88 percent) on regional roads, 81 (14.97 percent) on rural roads, 33 (6.09 percent) on urban roads, and 8 (1.47 percent) in other places.
The report reveals that in November, Dhaka division saw the highest number of accidents, with 138 re-ported accidents resulting in 119 fatalities. Sylhet division recorded the lowest number of accidents, with just 21 , while the division had also the lowest number of fatalities, totaling 16.
At least 20 people were killed and 31 were injured in 26 accidents in the capital city Dhaka, Road Safety Foundation data shows.
The organization identified several factors contributing to the high number of casualties on the country’s roads, including, reckless driving, slow-moving vehicles on highways, absence of fixed pay and working hours for drivers, inadequate traffic management, limited capacity of Bangladesh Road Transport Au-thority (BRTA), and prevalence of extortion within the public transport sector.
According to the Road Safety Foundation, 421 lives were lost in 458 road accidents across the country in October.

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