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The use of traffic conflicts' technique and related methods for the evaluation of new technologies in road traffic with respect to safety and sustainability

October 1992
Tallinn, Estonia—Helsinki, Finland

Programme

Bridges between policy and research

Joop H. Kraay

International co-operation on exchanging data and knowledge for road safety management

Jef F. Mortelmans

How to educate our decision-makers: a challenge for researchers

Nicole Muhlrad

A framework for the prediction of the road-safety effects of new technology

Wiel Janssen
Richard van der Horst

Traffic conflicts as indicators of pedestrian safety in a DRIVE project

Magda Drascóczy

The effects of speed limiters on heavy vehicles—a traffic simulation study

Risto Kulmala
Leif Beilinson

The speed limiter in car for safer traffic and better social climate in the cities

Christer Hydén

Varying speed limits based on weather conditions

Kirsi Pajunen
Juhani Mänttäri

Test site West Sweden

Sverker Almqvist

Evaluation of driver workload during a simulated and an actual driving task

Gilles Malaterre

What can we learn from drivers’ behaviour and accidents in order to discuss the relevance of new technologies

Farida Saad
Dominique Fleury

Future safety gains and safety problems connected to new technologies

Christine Chaloupka

Video recording of traffic accidents

Eero Pasanen

Cardio-vaskular diseases and traffic safety

Anatoli A. Elgarov

Drivers’ emotional reactions in conflict situations on roads

A. I. Vaisman
G. I. Volper

Interaction between cyclists and car drivers—which role can technology play?

Lieselotte Schmidt

A study of the behaviour of drivers of electric minicars

Ralf Risser
Maria Stockinger

The pedagogical use of traffic conflict technique

Wolf Dietrich Zuzan

Monitoring traffic behaviour in the context of an evaluation of a national traffic police force

David M. Zaidel
Irit Hocherman
A. Shalom Hakkert

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