The Reality of Traffic Safety Management and Implementation Procedures in Algerian Cities : The Case of the City of M'sila

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Dogha Mohamed Soufiane, Faid Bachir

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Traffic safety and its management methods are considered one of the most important elements that must be taken into account in cities, and are also considered an important prerequisite for their efficiency, as their importance increases through global and local trends calling for improving traffic safety management for them, as they are among the social, economic and health problems associated with cities, as this translates To pay attention to procedures that work to enhance its concept in city planning, and give it additional characteristics that will improve the quality of life in cities. This study aims to identify the reality of traffic safety management in the city of M’sila, through a set of its own procedures, relying on the methodology of Gap Analysis Checklist, through it, the percentage of implementation of its procedures is known and the size of the resulting gap is determined, as the overall average compliance rate reached 51.43%, which led to a gap of 48.57%. Therefore, it is necessary to implement some measures to improve traffic safety in the city of M'sila, based on realistic, reliable, updated and analysable data regarding the reality of traffic safety management in the city of M'sila.

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