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On September 3rd, 1967, Sweden switched driving lanes, from left to right, in a single day. Not only were there no casualties, 1967 had fewer fatal traffic accidents than the years before or after. Why? And what does the counterintuitive phenomenon behind this teach us about how to make the world a safer place? To learn more, head to


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