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A review of evidence-based traffic engineering measures designed to reduce pedestrian-motor vehicle crashes.
A critical review and assessment showed that modification of the built environment can substantially reduce the risk of pedestrian-vehicle crashes.
Crash reduction following installation of centerline rumble strips on rural two-lane roads.
Prevalence and characteristics of red light running crashes in the United States.
Safety Effect of Roundabout Conversions in the United States: Empirical Bayes Observational Before-After Study
A before-after study was conducted using the empirical Bayes procedure, which accounts for regression to the mean and traffic volume changes that usually accompany conversion of intersections to roundabouts and suggests that roundabout installation should be strongly promoted as an effective safety treatment for intersections.
Red-Light Running and Sensible Countermeasures: Summary of Research Findings
A brief summary of recent research efforts to examine the problem of red- light running is provided, and the use of countermeasures, including red-light cameras, to reduce the problem is discussed.
Reductions in injury crashes associated with red light camera enforcement in oxnard, california.
The impact of red light camera enforcement on motor vehicle crashes in one of the first US communities to employ such cameras-Oxnard, California was estimated and crash reductions attributed to camera enforcement should be sustainable.
Evaluation of Red Light Camera Enforcement in Fairfax, Va., USA
A large and highly significant reduction in red light violations one year after implementation of the red light camera enforcement program is observed.
Evaluation of red light camera enforcement in Oxnard, California.
Reducing red light running through longer yellow signal timing and red light camera enforcement: results of a field investigation.
Crash and injury reduction following installation of roundabouts in the United States.
Results are consistent with numerous international studies and suggest that roundabout installation should be strongly promoted as an effective safety treatment.