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Traffic safety management—tackling the problems in urban areas and at other hot spots

27–28 October 2011

Warsaw, Poland

Local organizer: Ilona Butler

The conference was organized in close co-operation with Motor Transport Institute.

Programme

ITS

Alcohol Ignition Interlocks: Using Anti-Drunk Driving Technology to Manage Traffic Safety

Ward Vanlaar

The use of different IVT-systems—results from focus group interviews from the EU-project INTERACTION

Clemens Kaufmann

Inferring the safety impacts of specific ITS services

Risto Kulmala

Special session

Changing needs in Urban Traffic

Rob Methorst

Issues getting increasing importance

Solutions to mobility problems due to local supply deficits

Elke Sumper

Accessibility instruments in urban transport planning in Krakow and other cities in Poland

Sabina Pulawska

Sleepiness behind the Wheel

Rob Methorst

The measurement of the modern prejudice against older drivers

Hector Monterde-i-Bort

Traffic safety: behaviours and education

Abdel El-Hairy

Traffic safety: behaviours and education

Approaches to generalising knowledge about the effects of road safety measures

Rune Elvik

Assessing the impact of road safety policy measures at the regional level: modelling approach and application

Stijn Daniels

Explanatory models for crashes at high risk locations

Tim De Ceunynck

Defining and implementing ‘good practice’ in urban road safety management, with particular focus on policies promoting pedestrian quality need

Nicole Muhlrad

In town/on the road without a car

Factors contributing to high pedestrian accident rates in Polish cities

Piotr Olszewski

Because I am your RED! Pedestrian safety at signalised (streetcar) crossings

Christoph Hupfer

To kindergarten without car—a safe way

Karin Ausserer

Random forests in the evaluation of threat for pedestrian accidents in towns

Marzena Nowakowska

Women’s everyday mobility supported by e-bikes

Christine Chaloupka

Risk & safety assessments

The top speed impact on the road network design in Latvia

Ziedonis Lazda

The magnitude of the regression to the mean effect in traffic crashes

Ellen De Pauw

Detection of Dangerous Drivers using the Empathizing-Systemizing theory and the measurement of Driver’s Visual Attention Capabilities with Real-time UFOV Method

Mikio Danno

Collection of micro-level safety and efficiency indicators with automated video analysis

Åse Svensson

Traffic conflict technique in the Czech Republic

Jiri Ambros

Development of a system to collect data of property damage traffic accident locations

Eric Ernits

A Typological Analysis of Accidents in Chile

Francisco Fresard

Elements of the road infrastructure in managing the accidents threat

Krzysztof Olejnik

Risk based approach to road safety management systems

Kazimierz Jamroz