Scientific paper ID 1565 : 2018/4

Yan Marchenko, Violina Velyova

The article examines the current situation of road transport organization in Poland, Ukraine and Bulgaria. From geostrategic point of view each of these countries is located on very important transit routes. The state of roads in each of the countries plays a huge role for the overall development of the transportation in Eurasia. Comparing the characteristics and safety of road conditions gives the opportunity to make general recommendations for improvement. Each country must show a joint effort with the others to improve parameters of the integrated transport system.

организация на автомобилния транспорт безопасност Полша Украйна БългарияRoad transport organization safety Poland Ukraine BulgariaYan Marchenko Violina Velyova


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