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National traffic safety programs: concepts and practice—technical, behavioural and organisational aspects

26-27 October 2006
Minsk, Belarus
Local organiser(s): Yuri Vazhnik, Aliaksei Laureshyn
The workshop was held in close co-operation with the Belarusian Association of Experts and Surveyors on transport.



National traffic safety programs in the EU and their contribution to the EU 2010 target

Ellen Townsend

National and regional traffic safety programmes and policies

Towards a road safety plan for Flanders-Belgium

Stijn Daniels

National traffic safety programme of Croatia 2006-2010: Information system necessary for performing it

Mladen Gledec

The Austrian traffic safety plan and implementation of measures

Clemens Kaufmann

Road safety and other policies: conflict or integration?

Nicole Muhlrad

Analysis of road safety development in the Baltic States – examples of Estonia and Latvia

Dago Antov
Juris Smirnovs

Human Factors and Traffic Safety

Karel Schmeidler

National road traffic safety concept 2006 in Belarus and further development

Ministry of Interior

National road traffic safety policy in Ukraine?

Vladimir Polyschuk

National road traffic safety policy in Russia

State Road Traffic Safety Inspection

Experience of GAMBIT Programme

Ryszard Crystek

Sectoral road safety policies

The Spanish Demerit Point System

Diego Moreno Ribas

Road Safety Effects of Speed Enforcement: a case-study in Flanders

Klara Vrolix

The Role of Traffic Law Enforcement in National Road Safety Policy

David Zaidel

Physical road infrastructure measures for traffic safety

Meng Lu

Vulnerable road users

Understanding driver/pedestrian conflicts: driver behaviour and effect of measures at pedestrian crossings

Truls Vaa

Pedestrians’ quality needs

Rob Methorst

Pedestrian Safety Measures on Rural Roads

Jitka Rokytova

Behaviour in traffic in order to reduce the number of road accidents

Zuzana Strnadová

Methods for risk assessment and assessment of effects of complex road safety programmes

Refining spatial clustering of traffic accidents using distances along the network

Koen Aerts

Observations on the use of the accident causation approach in assessing the safety effects of systems

Risto Kulmala

Risk assessment of motor vehicle makes in Estonia

Mihkel Meidla

Assessing traffic behaviour

‘Measuring the impossible’: Quantifying the Subjective. A method for developing a risk perception scale applied to driving

Hector Monterde i Bort

Assessment of traffic safety and efficiency with the help of automated video analysis

Aliaksei Laureshyn

Beliefs influencing drivers’ decision to speed in rural areas

Henriette Wallén Warner

SAFETYMETER concept in national road traffic safety policy context

Yuri Vazhnik
Pavel Astapienia

Operational criteria of causality for observational road safety evaluation studies

Rune Elvik

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