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Road safety knowledge-based decision support system. Paper presented at The State of the Art in the European Quantitative Oriented Transportation and Logistics Research – 14th Euro Working Group on Transportation & 26th Mini Euro Conference & 1st European Scientific Conference on Air Transport.
20120853 ST [electronic version only]
Dell’Acqua, G. De Luca, M. & Mauro, R.
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 20 (2011), "The State of the Art in the European Quantitative Oriented Transportation and Logistics Research – 14th Euro Working Group on Transportation & 26th Mini Euro Conference & 1st European Scientific Conference on Air Transport", p. 973-983, 12 ref.

Samenvatting The sustainability of transport systems largely depends on the safety guaranteed by the infrastructures. The first step for transportation agencies to improve transportation sustainability is to identify and rank hazardous sites on roadways. By focusing on these hazardous sites, funds can be allocated to address critical safety concerns by developing and implementing countermeasures to reduce crash frequency and severity. For this reason a system has been built and validated making it possible to identify and rank hazardous sites on roadways, establishing terms for infrastructure design to decrease “Black Spot” danger. Estimated safety benefits. (Author/publisher)
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