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Accident analysis and prevention

Journal Volume: 36
Journal Issue: 4
Journal Year: 2004
Articles in SafetyLit: 22

A spatial and temporal analysis of safety-belt usage and safety-belt laws

Acute healthcare utilization by children after motor vehicle crashes

An ecological study of the locations of schools and child pedestrian injury collisions

An evaluation of the effectiveness of forward facing child restraint systems

Are suicides by jumping off bridges preventable? An analysis of 50 cases from Sweden

Bicycle-related head injury: a study of 86 cases

Does increased confidence among novice drivers imply a decrease in safety? The effects of skid training on slippery road accidents

Estimating the safety performance of urban road transportation networks

Factors associated with rear seating of children in motor vehicles: a study in two low-income, predominantly Hispanic communities

Has the difference in accident patterns between male and female drivers changed between 1984 and 2000?

Policy issues and risk-benefit trade-offs of 'safer surfacing' for children's playgrounds

Psychoactive substance use and the risk of motor vehicle accidents

Scenario analysis of freight vehicle accident risks in Taiwan

The actual threat posed by unrestrained rear seat car passengers

The effect of infrastructure and demographic change on traffic-related fatalities and crashes: a case study of Illinois county-level data

The effects of an edgeline on speed and lateral position: a meta-analysis

The impact of speed and other variables on pedestrian safety in Maine

The influence of seatback characteristics on cervical injury risk in severe rear impacts

The mixed effects of precipitation on traffic crashes

Typical patterns in road-traffic accidents during driver training: an explorative Swedish national study

Urban/rural variation in children's bicycle-related injuries

Willingness-to-pay for reducing fatal accident risk in urban areas: an Internet-based Web page stated preference survey