ICTCT

"Don't wait for accidents to happen"

28 Ashdod – Israel

How to assess safety problems, especially those of vulnerable road users

 

29-30th October 2015

 

Organisers: Wafa Elias

 

 

 

The workshop was organised in co-operation with Shamoon College of Engineering.


Programme
Book of abstracts
Participant list

 

Key Note Sessions
Chair: Christine Chaloupka & Charlotte Bax
Safety aspects of centrally situated bus public transport routes Presentation Shalom Hakkert
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Strategies of traffic police enforcement on inter-urban roads in Israel Ilan Mor
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Theory
Chair: Oren Musicant
A statistical law in the perception of risks and physical quantities in traffic Presentation Rune Elvik
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What data can empirical research in the field deliver that crash data can’t? A theoretical approach as a basis for discussion Presentation Ralf Risser
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Validity and other methodological aspects of commonly used traffic conflict indicators: a literature review Presentation Aliaksei Laureshyn
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Incidence, Anatomical and Cost Empirical Analysis of Injuries in Pedestrian-Vehicle Collisions Presentation António Lobo
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Elderly
Chair: Lars Leden
A Safe and Efficient Traffic Environtment for the Elderly Presentation Hector Monterde-I-Bort
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The effect of electrical assistance on cycling behaviour of elderly drivers Presentation Kevin Diependaele
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The potential of walking and its barriers – an age specific perspective Presentation Christine Chaloupka
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Cyclists
Chair: Hillel Bar-Gera
Sharing is (s)caring – Interactions between busses and bicyclists on bus lanes shared by bicyclists Presentation Tim De Ceunynck
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Speed and safety critical events of cyclists and pedelec-riders – Findings from a naturalistic cycling study Presentation Katja Schleinitz
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Cyclists’ Safety at Channelized Right Turn Lanes: A Traffic Conflict Study Comparing Cases with Cyclists In and Out Priority Presentation Wouter van Haperen
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Understanding why e-bike riders in Israel illegally ride on sidewalks: An application of the Reasoned Action Approach for a behavioral change intervention Presentation Yiftach Gordoni
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Bicycle riders on rural roads on weekends: lessons from the national observational survey Presentation Roby Carmel
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Motor vehicle yielding behaviour and cyclist safety Presentation Åse Svensson
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Studying fatal bicycle crashes by police statistics and causes of death statistics Presentation Paul Schepers
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Behaviour
Chair: Tim De Ceunynck
Do pedestrians comply with traffic lights in Belgian cities? Presentation Kevin Diependaele
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Quantifying the yellow signal driver behavior based on naturalistic data from digital enforcement cameras Presentation Hillel Bar-Gera
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A meta-analysis study for the effect of changing the speed limit on actual speed and on safety Presentation Oren Musicant
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Preventing pedestrian road accidents using automatic enforcement cameras at Intersections in Israel Presentation Mali Sher
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Speeding Self Enforcement Presentation Yoram Shiftan
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ITS
Chair: Yoram Shiftan
ITS addressing vulnerable road users: Attempting to systematize the effects on behaviour and accidents Presentation Truls Vaa
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Drivers’ behavior with collision warning systems– evidence from naturalistic data Presentation Amir Perry
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Programs
Chair: Victoria Gitelman
How will the number of seriously injured road victims change in Belgium after the implementation of the new European definition “MAIS 3+” ? Presentation Nina Nuyttens
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Traffic safety program for parents of cycling children Presentation Bettina Schützhofer
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Infrastructure
Chair: Wafa Elias
VRU safety at signalized versus unsignalized crossings: an empirical analysis of crossing behaviour and conflict indicators Presentation Stijn Daniels
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Three crossings study Presentation Matus Sucha
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The use of guidelines for bicycle infrastructure and contributing factors in the Netherlands Presentation Charlotte Bax
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Identifying hazardous locations at intersections by automatic traffic surveillance Presentation Hagen Saul
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Changes in road-user behaviours following the installation of raised pedestrian crossings on urban arterials Presentation Victoria Gitelman
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Behaviour of Road Users at Unsignalised Pedestrian Crossings Presentation Piotr Olszewski
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Identification of Hazardous Road Locations on the basis of jerks Presentation Niels Agerholm
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Poster
Chair: Nicole Muhlrad
Can novice drivers be motivated to use a smartphone based app. that monitors their behavior? Oren Musicant
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Cognitive ergonomic models of rider crashes: state of the road user, the vehicle and the traffic Environment Lars Leden
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Support for Mobility, Transport and Safety of Czech Ageing Generation Karel Schmeidler
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Exploring the characteristics of using electric mobility scooters by the elderly, in Israel Presentation Sarit Chen
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Which Urban Intersections in Israel are prone to have crashes involving pedestrians? Oren Musicant
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Proactive identification of risk road locations using vehicle fleet data: exploratory study Paper Ondrej Gogolin
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The relationship between driving simulator performance, executive functions and driving related skills among Israeli elderly Arab drivers Presentation Wafa Elias
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Identifying at-risk drivers for speed-related crashes: findings from a simulator experiment Reut Sadia
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Video analysis of pedestrian accidents/conflicts on basis of youtube videos Presentation Clemens Kaufmann
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