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Introduction: fatigue and road safety
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COST EFFECTIVENESS AND PRIORITY RANKING OF ROAD SAFETY MEASURES
As resources available for road safety are limited, investment in any particular program would use up resources that would then not be available for other, perhaps more effective, programs. For thisExpand
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THE EFFECT OF CO-ORDINATED TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEMS ON TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
THIS PAPER PRESENTS SOME OF THE MORE INTERESTING ASPECTS OF A RECENT COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENT STATISTICS RELATING TO SECTIONS OF ARTERIAL ROAD CONTROLLED BY CO-ORDINATED TRAFFIC SIGNALS.Expand
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A one day forum looking at local area traffic planning, Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management, Friday, 28th May, 1982 (Sydney, New South Wales). (summary of papers)
The papers presented to the forum are: policy, road hierarchies and assistance to councils (camkin,h); policy, local traffic committees and assistance to local government (dobinson,k); problem ofExpand
NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY SYMPOSIUM: PEOPLE AND THE ROAD ENVIRONMENT: WEDNESDAY MORNING, 31 OCTOBER 1984
The following papers were presented: Traffic Management and Its Contribution to Road Safety (Camkin,HL); Designing Safer Road Systems (Waslin,NA); Urban and Non-Urban Aspects of Road SafetyExpand
Coordinated traffic signals
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Paper presented to the transportation branch, Sydney division of the Institution of Engineers, Australia on 5th February 1974. Expand
Transport and traffic management
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Road safety developments: Australian wide perspective