UN calls for 30 km/hr speed limit in Kampala

[The Observer - Uganda] - 13/10/2021
At more than 140 kilometers per hour mph, a road crash is potentially inevitable. At such speed, pretty much everything is possible. A report authored by the United Nations (UN) found that Uganda loses about 10 people per day in road crashes mainly caused by high speeds, the most in the East (...)
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