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November 1990
Cracow, Poland

Programme

State of the art of the use of traffic conflicts techniques and other pre-accident criteria in the Soviet union especially in the Baltic republics

Dago Antov

Geographical information system (GIS) facilities for driver behaviour studies

Jef F. Mortelmans

Intersection safety research in Cracow University of Technology

Marian Tracz
Andrzej Tarko
Stanislaw Gaca

Development of a handbook for traffic conflict observation in Austria

Alexander Kaba

Modelling accident data and looking for alternatives of due reason—a story about a drive project

Christer Hydén

Evaluation of new RTI equipment without accident data at disposal

Ralf Risser

Toward the integration of traffic conflict and behavioural studies into general safety assessment in ‘DRIVE’ projects

Magda Draskóczy

The use of intermediate variables to predict traffic offenses and accidents

Marie-Berte Biecheler-Fretel

The concepts of risk acceptance and value orientation as pre-accident criteria

Lilo (Lieselotte) Schmidt

Solving automobile driving problems in situations of uncertainty

Stefan Petica

A system of warning for the danger of traffic accident

Tadeusz Rotter

Traffic safety in developing countries: intermediate variables in action planning and evaluation

Nicole Muhlrad

Organization and updating of databases

Mladen Gledec

A time-based analysis of road user behaviour at intersections

Richard van der Horst

Cyclists’ road traffic accidents and conflicts

Judit K. Sztraka

Role of conflicts in traffic analysis

Gerald R. Brown
Peter Cooper

The use of daytime running lights during the winter months in Israel—evaluation of a campaign

Alfred Shalom Hakkert
Irit Hocherman

Special interaction characteristics as indicators for the presence of risk

Christine Chaloupka

Driver behaviour at urban junctions with the right hand rule

Risto Kulmala

A behaviour and interaction study for assessing safety impacts of a new electronic car equipment

Herbert Gstalter

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