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Published: (SWOV) | Oude Mulders, J.; Aarts, L.T.; Decae, R.J.; Bos, N.M.; Goldenbeld, Ch.; Schermers, G.; Mons, C.; Hoekstra, A.T.G.; Bijleveld, F.D.
Published: (SWOV) | Oude Mulders, J.; Aarts, L.T.; Decae, R.J.; Bos, N.M.; Goldenbeld, Ch.; Schermers, G.; Mons, C.; Hoekstra, A.T.G.; Bijleveld, F.D.
Published: (SWOV) | Davidse, R.J.; Duijvenvoorde, K. van; Louwerse, W.J.R.
Published: (SWOV) | Gebhard, S.E.; Wijlhuizen, G.J.; Dijkstra, A.
Published: (SWOV) | Aarts, L.T.; Broek, L.J. van den; Oude Mulders, J.; Decae, R.J.; Bos, N.M.; Goldenbeld, Ch.; Wijlhuizen, G.J.; Mons, C.; Hoekstra, A.T.G.; Bijleveld, F.D.
Published: (SWOV) | Craen, S. de; Bijleveld, F.D.; Bos, N.M.; Broek, L.J. van den; Dijkstra, A.; Eenink, R.G.; Weijermars, W.A.M.

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In 2022, there were 745 road deaths in the Netherlands, 163 more than in 2021. This implies that the number of road deaths reverted to pre-2009 levels.
The social costs of road crashes in the Netherlands in 2020 are estimated at € 27 billion (between € 15 and € 36 billion). This is significantly higher than other traffic-related social costs such as traffic congestion (€ 3.5 to € 4.6 billion) and environmental damage (€ 7.3 billion).
In 2021, the number of serious road injuries in the Netherlands was estimated at 6,800. This is similar to the number in 2020, but lower than was to be expected considering the upward trend up to and including 2019.