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Accident analysis and prevention

Journal Volume: 83
Journal Issue:
Journal Year: 2015
Articles in SafetyLit: 19

A quantitative approach to assessing the efficacy of occupant protection programs: a case study from Montana

Analysis of crash parameters and driver characteristics associated with lower limb injury

Can child-pedestrians' hazard perception skills be enhanced?

Car driver attitudes, perceptions of social norms and aggressive driving behaviour towards cyclists

Car Gestures - Advisory warning using additional steering wheel angles

Determining the effective location of a portable changeable message sign on reducing the risk of truck-related crashes in work zones

Developing crash modification functions for pedestrian signal improvement

Effects of safety measures on driver's speed behavior at pedestrian crossings

Estimating under-reporting of road crash injuries to police using multiple linked data collections

Mapping cyclist activity and injury risk in a network combining smartphone GPS data and bicycle counts

Modeling driver stop/run behavior at the onset of a yellow indication considering driver run tendency and roadway surface conditions

Profiling drunk driving recidivists in Denmark

Safety effects of exclusive and concurrent signal phasing for pedestrian crossing

Safety modeling of urban arterials in Shanghai, China

Testing a structural model of young driver willingness to uptake Smartphone Driver Support Systems

Texting while driving as impulsive choice: a behavioral economic analysis

The effect of stricter licensing on road traffic injury events involving 15 to 17-year-old moped drivers in Sweden: a time series intervention study

Why have fatality rates among older drivers declined? The relative contributions of changes in survivability and crash involvement

Young drivers' night-time mobility preferences and attitude toward alcohol consumption: a Hybrid Choice Model