Annual seminar 2019
Theories and research methods in Road Traffic Safety Science
6–7 May 2019
Local organisers: Anne Silla, Milos Mladenovic
Exploring driver and operator behaviour models in the context of automated driving
Collision avoidance strategies: test-track vs. driving simulator
Automation – improving safety?
Planning and design implications from traffic safety evaluation for tramway systems
Modelling crash frequencies by collision type: an emphasis on over-dispersion
Matched case-control study to estimate the effects of traffic lane and shoulder width on the accident risk
Safety effect of fixed speed cameras on state roads in Estonia
Identification of traffic conflicts using the Delphi method
Tanja K. O. Madsen
How humans perceive the severity of traffic events?
Pedestrian safety during wintertime – prevention of single pedestrian injuries
Cycling under the influence of alcohol – who and why?
The relationship between daily traffic and daily encounters, a micro-simulation study