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Speed control—principles, methods, measures

1999

Kaiserslautern, Germany

Local organizer: Christoph Hupfer

Programme

Speed—management, measuring, measures

Road User Behaviour Studies – an effective tool for evaluation of traffic safety measures

Stein Johannessen

Road User Behaviour Studies – an effective tool for evaluation of traffic safety measures

Irén Papp Miklós Papp

Collective Speed Control on German Motorways

Fritz Bolte

Impact of RDS-TMC receiver use on speed and other driver behaviour

Risto Kulmala
Juha Luoma
Magnus Nygård

The Use of Video Technology for Velocity Measurements – a simple method

Wolfgang J. Berger
Peter Maurer

Speeding Odometer Display (SOD) – a different way for controlling speeding

David M. Zaidel

Effects of speed reducing measures and effects of reduced speeds—expectations and results

Towards a safe environment for children – a starting point

Per Gårder
Charlotta Johansson
Lars Gunnar Leden
Kristin Nilsson
Ola Wilhelmsson

Basic idea of maximum speed control system in Japan

Shunji Taniguchi

The effects of 30km speed limits in urban areas

Lars Ekman

ISA: International cooperation on the topic and large scale experiment in Sweden

Intelligent Speed Adaption (ISA)—a new perspective

Jeroen Hogema
Richard van der Horst

Effects, acceptance and implications of ISA—results from research in Lund

András Várhelyi

In-depth interviews with drivers experienced in driving speed limited cars

Ralf Risser

Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA)—evaluation of psychological aspects of a large scale project

Lars Åberg

Evaluation program for the Lund Intelligent Speed Adaptation (LISA) project

Magnus Hjälmdahl