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Towards future traffic safety—tendencies in traffic safety research based on 20 years of experience

25–26 October 2007
Valencia, Spain
Local organiser(s): Hector Monterde i Bort
The conference was organized in close co-operation with Universitat de València.



Risk homeostasis: accept, reject or modify?

Gerald Wilde


The role of Transport Research Centre in HUMANIST and COST 352 Programme

Karel Schmeidler

LIVES—Driver Interaction with Transport-telematic Systems

Clemens Kaufmann

Behavioural indicators of the impact of IVIS use on driving

Zuzana Simonova


Developing attitudes to road safety in the course of driving instruction

Heli Antikainen

Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Novice drivers and the Viennese driving test

Christine Turetschek

Accident clustering, theory and practise

Thérèse Steenberghen

Evaluating the benefits of road safety research: the case of Sweden

Rune Elvik

Development of a risk-perception scale applied to flight safety

Diego Moreno Ribas


Perceptions of Brazilian younger about their possibilities to change the traffic

Marina Cuffa
Alessandra Bianchi
Iara Picchioni Thielen

How expensive are traffic casualties and Spain and why they are much cheaper than in other countries (lessons for other developing countries)

Jesús Monclús

Risk Perception and Motorcyclists

Iara Picchioni Thielen

Methodological issues

Thirty years of traffic safety research: A personal retrospective of concepts and methods

Herbert Gstalter

Applications of a New Tool in Driver Task Analysis (SAFE)

Wolfgang Fastenmeier

Video-recorded accidents, conflicts and road user behaviour: a step forward in traffic safety research

Richard van der Horst

Perspectives for the use of traffic conflict techniques in Belgium

Marjolein de Jong

Methodological procedures of measuring the effectiveness of road safety information and education measures—results of a systematic review of 36 international studies

Iris Utzmann

Safety strategies

National States, Regions and Local Governments: Association and Competition. How can safety be taken into account in such complexity?

Dominique Fleury

Documentation of Road Safety Deficits in German Urban Road Design

Juergen Gerlach

Road safety research and education in Israel

Alfred Shalom Hakkert

Road users: sensible to fear appeal or not?

Hermann Katteler


Accessible and Safer Pedestrian Environment: Four Years of Belgrade Experience

Dragana Bazik
Jelena Stojanovic

Pedestrian Quality Needs: Some data from a mid-size town

Isaac Martin de Diego
Enrique Cabello Pardos
Cristina Conde Vilda
Angel Serrano Sanchez de Leon
Jose Manuel Rubio

Safety effects of roundabouts: influence of the design of bicyclist facilities

Stijn Daniels
Tom Brijs
Erik Nuyts
Geert Wets

Pedestrians’ Quality Needs—progress of a systems approach project

Rob Methorst

Older pedestrian’s safe mobility the year around

Hanna Wennberg
Agneta Ståhl
Christer Hydén

Falls in the outdoor environment among older persons—a tool to predict accessibility?

Agneta Ståhl
Monica Berntman

Poster session

The concept of acceptance

Emeli Adell

The Focus Group Interview—a qualitative method to assess quality aspects of the traffic systems

Karin Ausserer

Pedestrian Safety and Behaviour in urban areas: Research findings in Thessaloniki Greece

Panos Papaioannou
Socrates Basbas

Design of bus humps

Lars Gunnar Leden
Per Gårder
Charlotta Johansson
Peter Rosander

Evaluation of support to children restraint equipments in Brazilian cars

Alessandra Bianchi

From black spots to grey road sections in road safety management—is it the right way?

Michael Sørensen

The Senior Citizen’s mobility seen from the Expert’s eyes: An application of the SIZE-Interview Method in Spain

Diego Moreno Ribas

The theory of planned behaviour within traffic psychology

Henriette Wallén Warner

Computer Racing Games, Risk-Taking, and Traffic

Jörg Kubitzki
Peter Fischer
Stephanie Guter
Dieter Frey

Automated video analysis for traffic research

Aliaksei Laureshyn

Using the Traffic Conflict Technique for the assesment of risk perception

Damian Amaro Egea Caparrós

Ergonomic basis, opinions and behaviours of aged pedestrians in Campo Grande, Brazil

Reinier Johannes Antonius Rozestraten

Need for revision of the political educational project for diver’s license in Brazil: Exemple: program to overcome driver’s phobia

Felix Pereira
Maria Solange

Traffic safety and traffic injuries in Special Transportation Services—estimating incidence rates and societal costs, using a mixed methods approach

Anders Wretstrand

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