The Road Traffic safety aims at reducing the rate of accidents and crashes that cause human agony, death, injuries, and property damage caused by crashes of road vehicles. Human and economic losses resulting from road traffic is greater than that resulting from all other transportation modes air, sea, train, etc. Many developing countries invest huge sums of money to develop road networks with acceptable level of service and safety. The traffic mix and road usage in developing countries are very different from those in developed countries. Road crashes can be reduced by better planning and more safety conscious design of road networks. This paper presents an analytical approach for evaluating traffic accidents on the Egyptian road network using actual field data. Two major roads have been... considered in the study, which are Cairo-Ismailia and Cairo-Suez roads that are located east of Greater Cairo. Collected data included Average Annual Daily Traffic (AADT), road characteristics, as well as accidents characteristics. Statistical models have been developed using data obtained from 23 Egyptian major highways to predict number and rate of accidents. The independent variable used in the model include on pavement condition index (P.C.I) Average annual daily traffic (AADT), lane width, shoulder width, and type of highway facility. The models were used to evaluate two major highways between Cairo and Ismailia and Suez.