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Safety evaluations of traffic systems—traffic conflicts and other measures

October 1993
Salzburg, Austria

Programme

Welcome by the organizers

Wolf Dietrich Zuzan

Introduction

Ralf Risser

A sustainable network of traffic safety researchers

Hans Mohlin

Theories on traffic safety evalution connected to new road traffic informatics (RTI)

Christer Hydén

Sustainability in today’s traffic in the Netherlands

Joop H. Kraay

Possibilities and limitations of accident analysis

Siem Oppe

Traffic conflict techniques and other forms of behavioural analysis: application to safety diagnosis

Nicole Muhlrad

Working group A

What is sustainable traffic? Do safety, mobility and life-quality compete with each other?

Ralf Risser

Safety and quality of life from the point of view of accident prevention

Wolfgang Glaser

Competitive target in the design of the streets due to the need of older road users

Christhard Gelau

Safety of traffic compared to other human activities

Kirsi Pajunen

Road safety and the urban poor

Stanley K. Kamau

Perception of society on mobility and relative safety

Joseph Otieno Aoro

Working group B

Theories on human behaviour and interction in traffic

Farida Saad

Theories on human behaviour and interaction in traffic

Steve Stradling

Time-to-Collision and collision avoidance systems

Richard van der Horst
Jeroen Hogema

Safety is not necessarily pleasant and pleasantness is not necessarily safe

Oliver Carsten

Alcohol and traffic accidents

Luis Montoro
Enrique Carbonell
Pilar Tejero

Anxiety and traffic safety

Enrique Carbonell Vaya
Rosa Banuls Egeda
J. J. Miguel Tobal

Working group C

Driver reliability and traffic safety: the use of error data in assessing road traffic informatics (RTI)

Herbert Gstalter

Application of error data in traffic safety evaluation: a review of our recent field studies

Wolfgang Fastenmeier
Herbert Gstalter

Reliability of the driver: a method of driver modelling for prevention of driver failure

Heiner Bubb

Identification and prioritisation on road safety programmig

Salim Agus Ridwan

A qualitative evaluation of RTI demonstrators using in-depth analysis and opinion investigation

Pierre van Elslande
Claudine Nachtergaele

Working group D

Statistical and in-depth analysis of accidents

Dominique Fleury

Information related accident components for increased frequency accident locations

Wolfgang J. Berger

In-depth investigation of accidents: the experience of INRETS at Salon-de-Provence

Yves Girard

The influence of road safety parameters on ccident rates—a statistical analyis

Herbert Nowakowski

Risk, accident rate and exposure—helpful tools or concealing obstacles in traffic safety work

Karin Brundell-Freij
Lars Ekman

Analysis of road accidents with the use of original police reports

Piet C. Noordzij
M. P. Hagenzieker
Ch. Goldenbeld

Appaisal and ranking of traffic accidents in Jordan

Emh Abu-Sardaneh

Working group E

Safety evaluation by behavioural observation and interview

Magda Draskóczy

Competitive behaviour on the road

Derek Packham
D. Salter
D. Silcock
T. Carthy

Motivation, opinions and traffic-behaviour of cyclists in Austria

Wolfgang Rauh

Behaviour at tramway crossings: conceptual and methodological considerations on a prevention-oriented study in Stuttgart

Reinhard Bauer

Traffic calming measures and information support

Mladen Gledec

Occurence and control of motoring offences: evaluation of the regulation system of prevention

Marie-Berthe Biecheler-Fretel
Marie-Chantal Jayet

Working group F

Traffic conflict technique as a measure for safety evaluation

Risto Kulmala

Time proximity measures for traffic conflict simulation

Gerald Brown
Tarek Sayed

The applicability of road traffic conflict studies in Indonesia

Nicolas W. Marler
Hadi S. Legowo

A more automatic conflict technique with image processing

Klas Odelid
Åse Svensson

Traffic conflict technique: evaluation methods and the possibility of local accident prognoses

Rudolf Fruhmann

RVS 1.22—guiding rules for traffic conflict technique of the (Austrian) Research Society for Traffic and Road Systems

Ernst Pfleger

Road accidents in China

Lingyun Zhang
Qiman Zhang
Youming Bai
Wen Ni

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