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Road injuries, health burden, but not fatalities make 12- to 17-year olds a high risk group in the Netherlands

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Gepubliceerd: 2017 : Twisk, D.A.M.; Bos, N.M.; Weijermars, W.A.M.
Trefwoorden: Verkeersveiligheid in cijfers, Risico's,
Background: To explore the impact of road injuries for different age groups, this study compares the health burden of road injuries on young adolescents—12 to 17 years of age—to those on older age...

Crashes involving cyclists aged 50 and over: an in-depth study

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Gepubliceerd: 2017 : Boele-Vos, M.J.; Duijvenvoorde, K. van; Doumen, M.J.A.; Duivenvoorden, C.W.A.E.; Louwerse, W.J.R.; Davidse, R.J.
Trefwoorden: Verkeersveiligheid in cijfers, Vervoerswijzen, Fiets, Risico's, Mens, gedrag & verkeer,
The number of seriously injured cyclists is increasing in the Netherlands. The majority of these seriously injured cyclists were involved in single-bicycle or bicycle-bicycle crashes. Little is known...

Social costs of road crashes: An international analysis

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Gepubliceerd: 2016 : Wijnen, W.; Stipdonk, H.
Trefwoorden: Verkeersveiligheid in cijfers, Visie & beleid,
This paper provides an international overview of the most recent estimates of the social costs of road crashes: total costs, value per casualty and breakdown in cost components. The analysis is based...

Bicycle fatalities: trends in crashes with and without motor vehicles in the Netherlands

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Gepubliceerd: 2017 : Schepers, P.; Stipdonk, H.; Methorst, R.; Olivier, J.
Trefwoorden: Verkeersveiligheid in cijfers, Vervoerswijzen, Fiets,
Boufous and Olivier (2015) recently found an increasing trend of police-reported cyclist deaths in single-vehicle crashes while a decreasing trend was found for fatal bicycle-motor vehicle crashes....