ICTCT

"Don't wait for accidents to happen"

29 Lund – Sweden

How to assess traffic safety? – Adapting methods to future challenges

 

20-21st October 2016

 

Organisers:  Åse Svensson, Aliaksei Laureshyn

 

 

 

The workshop was organised in co-operation with Transport & Roads, Department of Technology and Society, Faculty of Engineering, Lund University.


Programme Book of abstracts
Participant list Group Photos

 

Key Note Sessions
Chair: Matus Sucha & Åse Svensson


How to assess traffic safety? – Adapting methods to future challenges Presentation
Abstract
Christer Hydén
Traffic safety of tomorrow – a conflict-free system Presentation
Abstract
Maria Krafft

 

Vulnerable road users
Chair: András Várhelyi


Towards Developing a Bicycle Riding Behaviour Questionnaire Presentation
Abstract
Mohsen Fallah Zavareh
Elaborating on best practise for traffic calming pedestrian crosswalks Presentation
Full paper
Lars Leden
Pedestrian Crossings near Elementary schools Presentation
Abstract
Matus Sucha
The strength of the safety-in-numbers effect is inversely related to cyclist and pedestrian volume Presentation
Abstract
Rune Elvik

 

Social structures
Chair: Elisabth Füssl


Road user’s behaviour in Estonia: what has changed in 2001 – 2015 Presentation
Abstract
Juri Ess
Impacts of connected and automated driving from the road operator perspective Presentation
Abstract
Risto Kulmala

 

Traffic conflict technique
Chair: Aliaksei Laureshyn


Can the Delphi method complement or replace time-based measuring of conflicts between vulnerable road users? Presentation
Abstract
Morten Lind Jensen
Understanding aberrant driving behaviour in Nigeria using the traffic conflict technique Presentation
Abstract
Chinebuli Uzondu
Developing Evasive Action-Based Indicators for Identifying Pedestrian Conflicts in Less Organised Traffic Environments Abstract Tarek Sayed
How to identify safety critical events in naturalistic datasets Abstract Tibor Petzoldt
Validation of surrogate traffic safety indicators Presentation
Abstract
Carl Johnsson

 

Observation techniques
Chair: Lena Hiselius


Observing observation of road user behaviour: A scoping review into current practices in scientific literature Presentation
Abstract
Wouter van Haperen
Advantages and challenges of a video-based experiment to investigate drivers’ speed choice at work zones Presentation
Full paper
Renata Steinbakk
What is going on here? – Exploring Interaction of Cyclists and Car drivers in Vienna with regard to perceived change and stagnation of cycling policies Presentation

Abstract

Elisabeth Füssl
The use of surrogate measures of safety in site-based observations of road traffic: a scoping review Presentation

Abstract

Tim De Ceunynck
RUBA – video analysis software for road user behaviour analyses Presentation
Abstract
Tanja Kidholm Osmann Madsen

 

Behaviour
Chair: Wouter van Haperen


Survival or deviance? A discussion of motives governing driver behaviour Presentation
Abstract
Truls Vaa
The effect of wind turbines alongside motorways on drivers’ behaviour Presentation
Abstract
Stijn Daniels
Cyclist Behaviour and Safety Assessment at Discontinuities in the Cycling Network: Adopting Surrogate Safety Analysis using Video Data Presentation
Abstract
Matin Nabavi Niaki
GOGREEN – An Austrian national project to assess the influence of greenery on the behaviour of road users Presentation
Full paper
Karin Ausserer
General Traffic Safety Culture Model: Case Study of Estonia Presentation
Abstract
Anton Pashkevich

 

Speed
Chair: Tibor Petzold


Roundabouts converted for road trains and the effect on vehicle speed Presentation
Abstract
Niels Agerholm
Development of a speed-based surrogate roundabout safety measure Presentation
Abstract
Ondrej Gogolín

 

Poster session
Chair: Nicole Muhlrad


Frequency and Severity of Pedestrian and Cyclist Accidents in Warsaw Abstract Piotr Olszewski
Learning of Mannered Driving by Knowing own Cognitive Style of Empathizing-Systemizing Abstract Shunji Taniguchi
Autonomous Cars: Benefits, Risks and Perspectives Abstract Anton Pashkevich
Social media and Traffic safety in India Abstract Thomas Rajesh
The role of fines and rewards in the self-regulation of young drivers: methodological and conceptual issues Abstract Wafa Elias
Are weather parameters suitable predictors of road safety outcomes ? Abstract

Poster

Ruth Bergel-Hayat
Is there any connection between road classification and driving speed in Slovenia? Abstract Boštjan Celan
Speed Choice and Curve Radius on Rural Roads Abstract Niels Agerholm
Impact analysis of additional ambulance vehicle beacons Abstract Andreas Leich