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Sustainable and safe road design from a human behaviour point of view—challenges for interdisciplinary work in road safety

23–25 October 2013
Maribor, Slovenia
Local organiser(s): Matjaž Šraml
The conference was held in close co-operation with the Factulty of Civil Engineering, University of Maribor.

Programme

Keynote

Road safety: bridging the gap between road safety research and safe roads

Francesca La Torre

Exploring new theoretical approaches

Modern society and road safety

Matevž Bren

The human point of view on risk factors—irrationality in perception

Juliane Haupt
Mats Haglund

Can a road safety measure be both effective and ineffective at the same time? A game-theoretic model of the effects of daytime running lights

Rune Elvik

Revisiting the foundations of the Czech traffic conflict techniques

Jiri Ambros

Physics of traffic and the crowds theory: a multidisciplinary approach to mobility education

Laura Tamburini

ADAPTATION: An interdisciplinary and systemic approach to investigate drivers’ response to ADAS use

Ralf Risser

Road design

Defining road safety demands for road design

Zoran Kenjic

Identification of individual problematic driving performance parameters in curve taking

Seddigheh Babaee

Influence of road characteristics on accident density on secondary rural two-lane roads in Denmark

Camilla Sloth Andersen

Model for defining operating speed-profile on road considering the lengths of transition curves

Alojzij Juvanc

Safety Performance Evaluation Method of Horizontal Curve on Freeway Based on Driver Workload

Jiangbi Hu

Speed

Speed-reducing measures on transit roads in villages in Denmark

Niels Agerholm

Automated enforcement on motorways: effects on speed behaviour

Ellen De Pauw

The impact of speed inconsistency on driving safety

Biljana Vukoje

Urban areas

Gender aspects for urban traffic planning

Gisela Stete

Can shared space be applied in Maribor?

Mitja Klemenčič

The Impact of Green Arrow Signal on Driver Behaviour and Road Safety in Poland

Remigiusz Wojtal

Operation and safety of tramways in interaction with public space

Matus Sucha

Vulnerable road users

Road Users’ Communication Strategies: driver-pedestrian interaction

Matus Sucha

An interdisciplinary approach on the safe mobility for older pedestrians – does perceived safety comply with objective safety?

Hanna Wennberg

Identification of hotspots road locations of traffic accidents with pedestrian in urban areas

Svetlana Bačkalić

An analysis of accidents and incidents with e-bikes in Sweden

Lena Hiselius

Analysis of the needs of Vulnerable Road Users towards ITS applications to improve and adapt future technologies aimed at traffic safety

Daniel Bell

Intersections

The Comparison between the Risk Perception of Drivers and Statistic Indicators of Traffic Safety in the Analysis of Effects of Reconstruction of Selected Urban Intersections

Martina Zagvozda

The impact of elderly drivers characteristics to traffic safety in road intersections

Vlasta Rodošek

Traffic safety prediction of road elements using micro simulation methods – implementation at motorway intersections

Goran Jovanović

Analysis of right-turn merging conflicts on channelized right-turn lanes at signalized intersections

Tim De Ceunynck

Posters

Rear-end conflicts at intersections with red light cameras: a before and after study

Evelien Polders

Seasonal changes in traffic organization at the intersections and their impact on the traffic safety – examples from the Rijeka region in Croatia

Aleksandra Deluka Tibljaš

Impact of increasing value of radii relation R1:R2 on limit values of transition curve

Uroš Maršič

ROSEE (Road Safety in South East Europe) EU-SEE project

Jure Kostanjšek

Use of gps data logger and ball bank indicator for detection of potentially hazardous location on roads

Dražen Cvitanić

Integrating knowledge on sustainable Transportation planning into university study programmes – TRANSPORT LEARNING approach

Marjan Lep

The effect of protected left-turn signals on traffic safety

Ellen De Pauw

Proposal for classification of settlements according the roadside characteristics – Slovenian example

Marko Renčelj

The Use of In Vehicle Data Recorders (IVDR) to identify high risk road segments

Wafa Elias

Is there a spill-over effect of a right turn on red permission for bicyclists?

Tim De Ceunynck

Traffic Safety mistakes in designing of cycle paths

Rasa Ušpalytė-Vitkūnienė

How accurate are our measurements from video?

Aliaksei Laureshyn

Elderly driver’s safety through the accident data perspective – Winner of the award for an outstanding poster presentation of a young researcher

Miha Zalokar

“NOISICURI”: a project for road safety in urban centers

Mirna Begnini

Road design that suggests bus stop layout as per behaviour of road users, especially bus commuters and drivers

Harshad Abhyankar

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