But about 50% of these vehicles that transit in Rep. Dominican are two wheels, which were the most vulnerable. Which is to say, according to the statistics of deaths and injured in traffic accidents are the most affected along with pedestrians. Efficiency in mobility is currently very subject to advances in technology and communication. A good system of control and management of traffic warrants significant economic savings to the country and minimizes casualties. The lack of plans, controls and the lack of a legal regime authoritarian traffic become a chaos that throws as a result the occurrence a road violence of dire consequences to the families of those affected, to society and to the national economy; chaos in the transport system and the traffic. The Rep. Dominican, as in most of our countries of the region, suffers from a system of weak authority and that the lack of efficient public policies in the field of road safety is added.
This results in the lack of a national and comprehensive strategic plan, whose strut support on the basis of education towards a change in behaviour and attitudes of users, as well as the implementation of measures based on the results of the analysis of a National Observatory of data reliable, something that is not our country. The evolution of mortality on roads in the past five years should lead us to deep reflection to curb the high number of deaths and injured products of traffic accidents. According to a press release from AMET, newly published in a newspaper of national circulation, more deaths are recorded in our road network in the first half of this year compared to the 2009 to a value greater than 300 victims. The measures taken today are circumstantial. We recognize that it is a great effort made by the supervisory agency of traffic. However, they remain initiatives media who fail to respond to a State policy, but to the management of an institution in particular.