part of a long-term partnership             between the World Bank and Brazil, the Federal Government of             Brazil sought the World Bank’s assistance to review road             safety management capacity in Brazil, building both on past             experiences in the country and international best practices.             This National Road Safety Management Capacity Review,             therefore, was prepared by the World Bank, with the support             of the Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF). The primary             objective of the review is to evaluate the multi-sectoral             capacity of road safety management in Brazil, identifying             possible road safety challenges and presenting             recommendations to address these challenges. The methodology             of the review, in accordance with the guidelines of the             World Bank Global Road Safety Facility, focused on             examinations of key functional aspects of road safety,             including institutions, legislation, financing, information,             and capacities at all levels of government and among             non-government actors. The review was prepared mainly based             on interviews of key road safety stakeholders at the             federal, state, and municipal levels, members of parliament,             NGOs, and the private sector, in addition to direct             inspection of roads and on-road behaviors, and the analysis             of published research and reports on road safety. In             addition, information and understanding gained from previous             reviews of the states of São Paulo, Rio Grande do Sul, and             Bahia were also incorporated.

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