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Road safety management capacity review

  title={Road safety management capacity review},
  author={Jeanne Breen and K Mcmahon and Edward Robertson and Emma Salter and Caitlin Stephenson and Pete D. Thomas},
Introduction Study Context Following on from the government’s manifesto to an annual reduction in road deaths and injuries, the British Road Safety Statement 2015 (BRSS) set out the government’s commitment to invest further in continuing road safety activity, and to conduct a Road Safety Management Capacity Review (RSMCR). A RSMCR is a strategic assessment, benchmarking and capacity building tool, originally developed by the World Bank's Global Road Safety Facility, to guide investments and… 

Halving the Number of Road Deaths in Korea

  • Itf
  • Political Science
  • 2016
This report presents the findings and conclusions of a short peer review of road safety policy in Korea. This was centred on a meeting of road safety experts from Korea and from OECD countries held

Perception of Law Enforcement Officers on Preventing Road Traffic Injury in Vanuatu: A Qualitative Study

The risk factors of RTI and the barriers to effectively prevent RTI in Vanuatu were explored and suggestions of a combination of road traffic control measures that could be implemented to preventRTI were generated.

Safe System Factsheet

  • Computer Science
  • 2018
One way in which the number of road users killed or seriously injured can be reduced is by adopting a Safe System approach, so that crashes are less likely and when they do occur, it is less likely that the road users involved will be killed and seriously injured.



World Report on Road Traffic Injury Prevention

This paper is a synopsis of a major report by the WHO which collates information on crashes worldwide. It summarises the key findings and the recommendations of the report. The central theme of the

Quantitative study of attitudes, motivations and beliefs related to speeding and speed enforcement

Speeding continues to be a significant issue in New South Wales (NSW) and preliminary data from 2009 indicates that it may be contributing to an increase in the road toll this year. Speed surveys

Speed cameras for the prevention of road traffic injuries and deaths.

The consistency of reported reductions in speed and crash outcomes across all studies show that speed cameras are a worthwhile intervention for reducing the number of road traffic injuries and deaths, but an overall magnitude of this effect is currently not deducible.

Evaluation of the 50km/h default urban speed limit in South Australia

On the 1st March 2003 the Default Urban Speed Limit (DUSL) in South Australia was lowered from 60 kilometres per hour to 50 kilometres per hour. Since this date, all urban roads have a speed limit of

Road Safety Annual Report 2017

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Changes to speed limits and crash outcome: Great Western Highway case study

Numerous studies, across many countries, have evaluated the outcomes of changes in prevailing speed limits. Fatalities and injuries have fallen when speed limits have been lowered and have increased