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SUSTAINABLE TRAFFIC SAFETY STRATEGY

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00723264

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Abstract:

Based on information regarding pedestrian safety, the Dutch Pedestrians Association formulated proposals for a procedure for developing plans and for design standards for specific types of roads. These proposals were submitted to traffic safety officers, decision makers and other interested parties. The study aimed at a fair image of the conditions needed for shifting the balance to the advantage of traffic safety. Proposals of the Dutch Pedestrians Association are summarized. Results of the study are given, and obstacles to implementing state-of-the-art traffic safety programs and new strategies are summarized.

Report Numbers:

No. 4A, Part 2

Language:

English

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PTRC Education and Research Services Limited

Glenthorne House, Hammersmith Grove
London W6OL9 England

Authors:

METHORST, R

Pagination:

p. 126-139

Publication Date:

1996-3

Serial:

VTI Conferens

Publisher: Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI)
ISSN: 0347-6049

Conference:

Proceedings of the Conference: Road Safety in Europe and Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP)

Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Date: 1995-9-20 to 1995-9-22
Sponsors: VTI, TRB, FERSI, FEHRL and CDV

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Subject Areas:

Highways; Safety and Human Factors; I82: Accidents and Transport Infrastructure

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Created Date:

Jul 16 1996 12:00AM

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