ESRA (E-Survey of Road users’Attitudes) Country fact sheet the Netherlands : ESRA 2015 results.
20200466 ST [electronic version only]
Brussels, Belgian Road Safety Institute, 2016,  p.; Report number 2016-F-12-EN / D/2016/0779/43
|Samenvatting||The ESRA project is a joint initiative of research institutes in 17 European countries aiming at collecting comparable national data on road users’ opinions, attitudes and behaviour with respect to road traffic risks. A common questionnaire was developed in English (UK) and translated into 20 different country-language versions. The themes covered in the survey are: attitude towards unsafe traffic behaviour, behaviour of other road users, subjective safety and risk perception, involvement in road crashes, reported police checks and perceived likelihood of getting caught for traffic offences, self-declared (unsafe) behaviour in traffic, support for road safety policy measures and use of different modes of transportation. Data collection took place simultaneously in all countries in June/July 2015. In total, ESRA gathered data from over 17,000 road users, including almost 11,000 frequent car drivers. An overview of the project and the results are available on https://www.esranet.eu. The figures show a core set of variables in which the Netherlands is compared with the European ESRA mean. (Author/publisher)|
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