INTEGRAL TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT ON THE USE OF ALCOHOL, SPEEDING, SAFETY BELTS AND MOPED HELMETS
INTEGRAAL VERKEERSTOEZICHT OP ALCOHOLGEBRUIK, SNELHEID, AUTOGORDELS EN BROMFIETSHELMEN
In 1990, the national and local police carried out an experimental integral traffic enforcement policy in the subregion of Leyden (situated in the western part of the Netherlands). The purpose of the experiment was to combine the enforcement on different important traffic offences as much as possible in order to increase efficiency. The experimental enforcement was concerned with: drinking and driving of road users, speeding, the use of seat belts, and the use of helmets by moped riders. Besides police enforcement, the experiment also consisted of publicity. The behavior measurements consisted of a before and after study.
- Text in Dutch; summary in English. Also pub. as Institute for Road Safety Research, Leidschendam (Netherlands) rept. No. R-92-19. Available in U.S., Canada and Mexico only. All others refer to Institute for Road Safety Research SWOV, P.O. Box 170, 2260 AD Leidschendam, The Netherlands.
The Hague, Netherlands 2594 AW
- Mathijssen, MPM
- Publication Date: 1992
- Pagination: 49 p.
- TRT Terms: Alcohol use; Helmets; Law enforcement; Moped drivers; Police; Publicity; Seat belt use; Seat belts; Speeding; Traffic safety
- Geographic Terms: Netherlands
- Old TRIS Terms: Police law enforcement responsibilities
- Subject Areas: Highways; Safety and Human Factors; Security and Emergencies;
- Accession Number: 00674059
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 8 1995 12:00AM