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Accident analysis and prevention

Journal Volume: 110
Journal Issue:
Journal Year: 2018
Articles in SafetyLit: 19

Age-related patterns in work-related injury claims from older New Zealanders, 2009-2013: implications of injury for an aging workforce

Autonomous vehicles' disengagements: trends, triggers, and regulatory limitations

Contributory fault and level of personal injury to drivers involved in head-on collisions: application of copula-based bivariate ordinal models

Detailed assessment of pedestrian ground contact injuries observed from in-depth accident data

Determinants of pedestrian and bicyclist crash severity by party at fault in San Francisco, CA

Development of a lane change risk index using vehicle trajectory data

Effects of a penalty point system on traffic violations

Exploring road design factors influencing tram road safety - Melbourne tram driver focus groups

Graduated driver licensing and differential deterrence: the effect of license type on intentions to violate road rules

How safe is tuning a radio? Using the radio tuning task as a benchmark for distracted driving

Improving autocoding performance of rare categories in injury classification: is more training data or filtering the solution?

Pedestrians' perception and response towards vehicles during road-crossing at nighttime

Predictors of the frequency and subjective experience of cycling near misses: findings from the first two years of the UK Near Miss Project

Safe Driving Climate among Friends (SDCaF): a new scale

The impact of environmental factors on cycling speed on shared paths

The impact of police presence on angry and aggressive driving

Under-reporting bicycle accidents to police in the COST TU1101 international survey: cross-country comparisons and associated factors

Virtual testing of speed reduction schemes on urban collector roads

Young drivers and their cars: safe and sound or the perfect storm?