ROAD USER AWARENESS AND ATTITUDE TO ROAD SAFETY IN INDONESIA 2000-2020
Global status report on road safety: The Southeast Asia Story records the very high number of deaths from traffic accidents globally. The data noted that, (1) every year there are 1.35 million deaths due to traffic accidents, (2) traffic accidents are among the leading causes of death for all age levels which are in the eighth position, and (3) Traffic accidents are also a major killer for children and young people, between 5-29 years old. One of the studies on traffic safety in developing countries states that the causes of accidents include the tendency of road users to disobey regulations and weak enforcement of traffic regulations by law enforcers. This paper aims to review the awareness and attitudes of road users towards traffic safety in Indonesia from 2000-2020. The literature review was carried out systematically sourced from Science Direct, Research Gate, Emerald Insight, Academia Edu and Google Scholar and related regulations. The systematic review procedure is carried out using the Kitchenham approach, which includes the scope of the study, research questions, the search process, inclusion and exclusion criteria, data extraction, and results analysis.