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IATSS research

Abbreviation: IATSS Res.

Copyright: International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences
Published by: Elsevier Publishing

Publisher Location: Tokyo, Japan

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 1977; 1(1) -- 2023; 47(3)

Publication Date Range: 1977 --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 841
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pISSN = 0386-1112 | eISSN = 2210-4240
LCCN = 80647247 | USNLM = 101557623 | OCLC = 4400034

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Journal Language(s): English


Aims and Scope (from publisher): Peer Review under the responsibility of International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences

First published in 1977 as an international journal sponsored by the International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences, IATSS Research has contributed to the dissemination of interdisciplinary wisdom on ideal mobility, particularly in Asia.
IATSS Research is an international refereed journal providing a platform for the exchange of scientific findings on transportation and safety across a wide range of academic fields, with particular emphasis on the links between scientific findings and practice in society and cultural contexts.
IATSS Research welcomes submission of original research articles and reviews that satisfy the following conditions:
Relevant to transportation and safety, and the multiple impacts of transportation systems on security, human health, and the environment.
Contains important policy and practical implications based on scientific evidence in the applicable academic field.
In addition to welcoming general submissions, IATSS Research occasionally plans and publishes special feature sections and special issues composed of invited articles addressing specific topics.