Relative injury severity among vulnerable non-motorised road users: comparative analysis of injury arising from bicycle-motor vehicle and bicycle-pedestrian collisions.

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With the expansion of bicycle usage and limited funding and/or space for segregated pedestrian and bicycle paths, there is a need for traffic, road design and local government engineers to decide if it is more appropriate for space to be shared between either cyclists and pedestrians, or between cars and cyclists, and what restrictions need to be applied in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.aap.2009.08.006

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@article{Chong2010RelativeIS, title={Relative injury severity among vulnerable non-motorised road users: comparative analysis of injury arising from bicycle-motor vehicle and bicycle-pedestrian collisions.}, author={Shanley S. S. Chong and Roslyn G Poulos and Jake H Olivier and Wendy Watson and Raphael H. Grzebieta}, journal={Accident; analysis and prevention}, year={2010}, volume={42 1}, pages={290-6} }