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Table 2 Prioritized perceived system-wide effects of Zero Tolerance

From: Evaluation of interventions on road traffic injuries in Peru: a qualitative approach

Importance given 1 = high, 5 = low Effect Positive + or Negative - Likelihood (high, medium, low) Importance (high, medium, low) Sector/Sub-system involved
1 Narrow target group therefore low impact (inter-provincial public buses only) - High High All sectors-All building blocks
1 Decreased political commitment due to wide criticism - High High Central and local government-Leadership and Governance
1 Decreased budget and logistic resources due to criticism - High High Central and local government-Financing
1 Diverted HR and understaffing in involved sectors (MoT, Police, Ministry of Justice) - High High Crosscutting-HR & Delivery
1 Decreased police & passengers support to MoT officers - High High Crosscutting-Delivery
1 Increased accountability perception + Low High Drivers and vehicle owners-Governance and accountability
1 Opportunity for passengers empowerment + Medium High People-Governance and accountability
1 Unfulfilled aim to setup information system for M&E - High High MoT and Police-Information
2 Overburdened police workforce - High High Police-Delivery
2 Opportunity for coordinated crosscutting activities + Medium High All sectors-Delivery
3 Unrealistic media-driven expectations - Medium Medium Media-Leadership & Governance
3 Discrimination feeling of private transport sector (the "bad guys") - High Medium Private transport sector-All building blocks
4 Overlapping of police and MoT officers' activities - Medium Low MoT & Police-All building blocks
4 Traffic crowding at check points - Medium Low Crosscutting-Delivery
  1. MoT: Ministry of Transport; HR: Human resources