Found 6 documents.

Self-regulation of drivers’ mobile phone use: The influence of driving context

Publication/article
Published: 2019 : Christoph, M.; Wesseling, S.; Nes, N. van
Tags: Risks, Human behaviour in traffic,
Mobile phone use while driving is a major concern for traffic safety. Various studies indicate negative effects of distracted driving and recent Naturalistic Driving studies report substantial...

Traffic enforcement

25 Sep 2019
Tags: Enforcement,toezicht
In the Netherlands, a sustainable road safety approach, in which measures in the fields of Engineering, Education and Enforcement (3Es) are complementary, has been used for decades. Enforcement...... Read more

Alcohol-related road casualties in official crash statistics

Publication/report
Published: 2017 (OECD/ITF): Vissers, L.; Houwing, S.; Wegman, F.
Tags: Road safety in numbers, Risks,
What we did This study examines how improving insights regarding the real number of alcohol-related road casualties worldwide can help to save lives. Every year 1.25 million people die in road...

Ernstige verkeersongevallen met taxi’s

Publication/report R-2019-12
Published: 2019 (SWOV): Aarts, L.T.; Bos, N.M.
Tags: Road safety in numbers, Transport mode, Passenger car, Other modes of traffic,
Naar aanleiding van een aantal recente ongevallen met taxi’s en signalen van verzekeraars zijn Kamervragen gesteld over ongevallen met taxi’s. Het ministerie van Infrastructuur en Waterstaat,... Read... Read more

Dr Paul Schepers

Dr Paul Schepers is an expert on road safety for vulnerable road users, human factors in road design, and risk-based road safety policy. Paul worked for the Dutch national road authority (... Read... Read more

Fatigue

01 Sep 2019
Tags: Risks,
Driver fatigue is estimated to be a (contributing) factor in 15 to 20% of crashes, but estimates in individual studies vary widely. Drivers who are tired are less attentive and react less quickly and... Read more