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In the article 'How to define and measure pedestrian traffic deaths?' Paul Schepers, Nicola Christie, Bas de Geus and SWOV researcher Rob Methorst integrate and expand on two papers
09 Jan 2018
The UDRIVE European Naturalistic Driving Study recently completed a large-scale data collection effort from six European Union countries to address a variety of research questions, including...
Information about the burden of (non-fatal) road traffic injury is very useful to further improve road safety policy. Previous studies calculated the burden of injury in individual countries. This...
A special issue of Safety Science on Naturalistic Driving Research is now calling for papers. Guest editors are George Yannis (NTUA), Suzanne Lee (VTTI) and Nicole van Nes (SWOV). Manuscripts...
Police crash reports are often the main source for official data in many countries. However, with the exception of fatal crashes, crashes are often underreported in a biased manner. Consequently, the...

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