In Flanders the situation is better, with seven percent of the young drivers who admits to being now and then under the influence of drugs behind the wheel. Thereby threatening drugs an equally large road safety problem as alcohol. the
About all the drivers around says five percent monthly under the influence of drugs, driving, alcohol is 7%. Minister of Mobility, François Bellot, that the numbers involved suggested, crowds Monday in the hope that the police quickly and on a large scale, the saliva analysis can use.
Other risk behaviours that the respondents themselves admitted, inter alia, social media behind the wheel to use (9%), and with the mobile phone to take photos behind the wheel (6%). Public transport is moving on, but the car was also in 2018, king: 79% reported last year with the car driving, compared with 48% for public transport. That last percentage is remarkably increased, in 2017, it was 41 percent. the
The Vias-Institute refers for this purpose to avoid congestion that people are looking for alternatives to do grab. Another eye-catching newcomer the voortbewegingstoestellen such as steps, with 3 percent as popular as the engine.
The Vias Institute, while also being the platform for some of the mobility measures, such as road pricing. Opinions are divided. Over the whole of Belgium is 39% in favour and 38% opponent, but in Flanders, it is 49%. That road pricing is not there yet, but would from 2024 or 2025 is to be introduced in Flanders. In a crucial preparatory study that was ordered by the Flemish Mobiliteitsminister Ben Weyts was the general levy, the only scenario that was studied was.