Presentation on theme: "Palmas-Tocantins, 04-07 June 2013 RS-10 B RAZIL /V IDA NO T RÂNSITO 2010-2013 A CTIVITIES AND R ESULTS I NTERNATIONAL RS-10 B RAZIL /V IDA NO T RÂNSITO."— Presentation transcript:
Palmas-Tocantins, 04-07 June 2013 RS-10 B RAZIL /V IDA NO T RÂNSITO 2010-2013 A CTIVITIES AND R ESULTS I NTERNATIONAL RS-10 B RAZIL /V IDA NO T RÂNSITO P ARTNERS M EETING
Vehicle Fleet and Road Traffic Deaths Scenario in Brazil
Fleet Number Percentage of variation Between 2008 and 2012, Brazil Source: Denatran, Ministry of Cities,
Road Traffic Death Rates by type of Vitim, Brazil, 2000 a 2011. Source: CGIAE/SVS/MS, Mortality Information System (SIM)
V IDA NO T RÂNSITO P ROJECT IN THE F IVE C ITIES M AIN R ESULTS 2011-2012 AND C HALLENGES / N EXT S TEPS
Percentage of Targets Met Progress there was a high percentage of accomplishing the goals of the programs of Drinking and Driving and Speed; there was a high percentage of accomplishments of education and traffic engineering projects, Challenges and Next Steps Improve the percentage goal fulfilment in enforcement actions; continued awareness of decision makers of the city and the state for political support and resources to continue the project in the years 2013 and 2014; Empowerment of municipality comission of PVNT.
20112012 ProgramsGoal % of targets met Goal % of targets met “Drink and Drive”10011610087 Speed10012110095 Projects Groups (PG) PG - Education 100112100113 PG - Engineering 100166100136 PG - Enforcement 1009910075 PG - Special 10098100105 Performance in the Programs and Projects delivery Campo Grande, 2011 – 2012 Source: Coordenação Municipal do PVNT, Campo Grande,
speed Progress Increment of speed electronic monitoring in the cities of Belo Horizonte and Palmas; Increased number of traffic engineering interventions; Increase in the number of fining relating to driving above speed limit;
Number of speed bumps, lane- narrowing Number of electronic speed monitoring equipment
speed Challenges and Next Steps To identify the critical spots for speed risk factors and scale up interventions on traffic engineering; To increase the number of electronic equipment's and engineering interventions to reduce traffic speed; To monitor the percentage speeds above the permitted limits in cities roads samples, using the methodology proposed by universities evaluators, training municipal teams for speed monitoring;
Drinking and Driving Progress There was an increase in the number of alcohol tests between 2010 and 2012 in the cities of Belo Horizonte and Palmas; There was a reduction in the percentage of drivers testing positive in Belo Horizonte and Palmas; There is percentage no difference in percentage of adults who drove after consuming excessive alcohol amounts between 2011 and 2012 (VIGITEL); The municipalities of Teresina and Palmas are those with higher rates of drinking and driving among the five cities; Curitiba showed reduction in victims of traffic crashes who were treated at emergency care units and reported consumption of alcohol between the 2009 and 2011 (VIVA);
Percentage of variation in the number of alcohol tests performed in the cities between 2011 and 2012, Percentage of positive breathalizer tests in the number of alcohol tests performed in the cities between 2011 and 2012,
Tendency of prevalence of driving after consuming alcoholic beverage abusively, according to the semester, PVNT capital cities, VIGITEL, 2010-2012
Year Capital20092011 Ratio Belo Horizonte20,711,3 0,74 Campo Grande11,010,9 0,99 Curitiba22,310,9 0,70* Palmas21,725,0 1,07 Teresina35,729,8 0,92 Source: Inquiry by the Surveillance System on Violence and Accidents (VIVA), SVS/MS, Data are preliminary to the year of 2011, * p<0,05 Percentage of victims of Road Traffic Accident that demanded urgency services and declared to have consumed alcoholic beverage
Drinking and Driving Challenges and Next Steps To Increase the number of alcohol tests performed on police road blocks and expand measures to identify BAC under the law 12,760 of December 2012; To strengthen the enforcement actions in cities at strategic points and continue to create a feeling in the population that one can be stopped in a check points; To carry out continuous social marketing strategies simultaneously with alcohol check points; Qualification of municipal teams to monitor the alcohol in the cities and conducting periodic monitoring for evaluation of interventions.
Road Deaths Progress There was a downward trend in the number of deaths between the second half of 2010 and the second half of 2011 in all capitals (Linkage data); In the SIM data, there was reduction in Palmas, Teresina and Belo Horizonte between the second half of 2010 and the second of 2011; There was reduction of up to 10% mortality rates 2010 and 2011 in the capitals Palmas, Teresina and Belo Horizonte; Increasing mortality trend rates were observed in the states of Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais and Piauí; The fatality rate by 10,000 vehicles between 2010 and 2011 was reduced in all capitals.
Road Traffic Deaths, PVNT Cities, 2010-2011, Source: Data Comission, linkage data between health and road traffic institutions databases,
Road Traffic Deaths, PVNT Cities, 2011-2012, Source: Data Comission, linkage data between health and road traffic institutions databases, There is no data from Belo Horizonte for 2012,
% Road Mortality rate per 100,000 population, Percentage of change between 2010-2011 Source: Mortality Information System/CGIAE/MoH, Brazil,
% Road Fatality rate per 10,000 vehicles, Percentage of change between 2010-2011 Source: Mortality Information System/CGIAE/MoH, Brazil,
Challenges and Next Steps To improve the process of linking databases mortality; To improve the databases of RTI victims (police, coroner services); To access data from victims living in the capital, but whose place of the road accident was on highways and in urban area of another municipality. Number of Road Deaths
Road Serious Injury Progress Linkage Data The number of seriously injured showed an increase in the second half of 2011 compared with the second 2010 in the cities of Palmas, Curitiba, a reduction in Belo Horizonte and stability in Campo Grande; The comparison between semesters of 2011 with 2012 showed a reduction in the number of serious injuries in Campo Grande;
Road Serious Injury Progress SIH Data There was an increase in the number of hospitalizations and hospitalization rates between the years 2010 and 2011 in the cities of Palmas, Teresina and Belo Horizonte, and a reduction in Curitiba; There was a reduction in Palmas and Teresina and some increase in the cities of Belo Horizonte, Curitiba and Campo Grande between 2011 and 2012; There was an increase in the rates of hospitalization per 10,000 vehicles, between the years 2010 and 2011, in the cities of Belo Horizonte and Palmas and a reduction in Teresina and Curitiba; There was a reduction of rates in Palmas and Teresina, stability in Belo Horizonte and Curitiba and increase in Campo Grande, Between 2011 and 2012;.
Road traffic related seriously injured numbers, 2010-2011 Source: Linkage data. Municipal PVNT data commission.
Source: Municipal PVNT data commission, Data for 2012 are preliminary Road traffic related seriously injured numbers, 2011-2012
Rates Source: AIH/SIH/MoH, Corrected data Road traffic seriously injured rates per 100,000 population
Rates Source: AIH/SIH/MoH, Corrected data Road traffic seriously injured rates per 10,000 vehicles
Number of Road Serious Injury Challenges and Next Step To improve the process by linking SIH databases; To improve the databases of victims of traffic; To improve the process of coding the primary and secondary diagnoses of AIH in each municipality; To access data from victims living in the capital, but whose place of the accident was on highways and in the urban area of another municipality;
The current political scenario, with the beginning of new four-year municipal administrations, the greater ownership of then project by the cities, the political support of the Federal Government and the technical cooperation of international organizations partners provide continuity and opportunity for strengthening of actions and impacts of the RS10- BRA / Vida no Trânsito in the five cities
Thank You ! National Commission Ministry of Health Team PAHO/WHO Team PVNT Cities Coordination