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Improving safety by linking research with safety policies and management— models for analysis, implementation of measures and solutions, and evaluation

30–31 October 2003
Soesterberg/Amersfoort, the Netherlands
Local organiser(s): Richard van der Horst, Joop Kraay
The conference was organized in close co-operation with TNO Human Factors, RWS-AVV and SWOV.

Programme

Keynotes

The road ahead

Ezra Hauer

Dutch policies in road safety

Jonneke van Keep-Nieuwenhuize

Vision Zero—research & action

Anders Lie

Towards a sustainable safe road system

Divera Twisk

Safety management

Improving traffic safety—also a matter of local governments

Wolfgang J. Berger

Decision making on road safety in Regional Traffic and Transport Plans

Charlotte Bax

The Successful Application of Road Safety Research to Improve the Sea to Sky Highway in British Columbia Canada

Paul de Leur Tarek Sayed

Enhancing effective management of functional areas in road safety

Petrus van Vuuren

Evaluation of traffic management measures in accident reduction under mixed traffic

Vivian Robert R.
A. Veeraragavan

Safety management and research in railways—examples from Canada to New Zealand

Kirsi Pajunen

The role of researchers in Finnish safety management

Harri Peltola

Improving road safety in the Czech Republic

Karel Schmeidler

The role of safety in the development of the ITS strategy for the public sector

Risto Kulmala

Developing a policy framework for Vulnerable Road Users

Rob Methorst

Accident issues

Automatic detection of vehicle interactions in a signalised intersection

Nicolas Saunier
Sophie Midenet
Alain Grumbach

Road accidents analysis at neighborhood level

Therese Steenberhen
Jo Wijnant

Road accident positioning using the GPS and GIS tools – Estonian pilot project

Dago Antov

The first glimpse at An Integrated Approach of Accident Analysis

Arno M. Rook

Safety impacts of new technology

Car owners experience with ICC/ACC systems

Mireille van Twuijver

Lane Departure Warning Assistant (LDWA) Field Operational Test

M. J. Korse
Govert Schermers

Intelligent Speed Adaptation: models for actor analysis and an example of multi attribute assessment

V. Marchau
M. Wiethoff
L. Hermans
R. van der Meulen
K. A. Brookhuis

Different stake holders’ attitudes to ISA

Emeli Falk

Increasing Road-Safety by The Use of Telematics—Austrian project ‘RONCALLI’

Peter Maurer

Who needs ISA anyway?

Magnus Hjälmdahl

ISA-UK: addressing research questions on intelligent speed adaptation

Oliver M. J. Carsten

Driving with adaptive cruise control in the real world

H. M. Jagtman
E. Wiersma

Other safety-related issues

Evaluation of education—an example from motor cyclists

T. M. Stene

Driving under the influence of alcohol

R. in ‘t Veld

Attitudes, norms and intelligent speed adaptation (ISA)—results from a large-scale field study

Lars Åberg

The ‘Driver Behaviour Questionnaire’ in the Netherlands

William L. Verschuur

The young drivers and heavy accidents

Mladen Gledec

Road safety development index (RSDI)

Ghazwan al-Haji

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