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73963

A SYSTEM FOR THE ALLOCATION OF SAFETY RESOURCES ON A ROAD NETWORK.
I 260486 /81 /82 / IRRD 260486
Mahalel, D. Hakkert, A.S. & Prashker, J.N.
Accident Analysis & Prevention. 1982 /02. 14(1) Pp45-56 (4 Tbls.; 11 Refs.)

Samenvatting THIS PAPER PRESENTS A COMPLETE ALLOCATION METHODOLOGY OF RESOURCES FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS OF A ROAD NETWORK. IN THE FIRST PART OF THE PAPER, A SET OF MODELS IS ESTIMATED TO IDENTIFY SO-CALLED "BLACK SPOTS" IN THE ROAD NETWORK. IN THE SECOND PART OF THE PAPER, A LINEAR PROGRAMMING (LP) MODEL IS DEFINED FOR THE ALLOCATION OF A TOTAL BUDGET TO THOSE PROJECTS WHICH ENSURE THE MOST COST-EFFECTIVE RESULTS IN REDUCING ROAD ACCIDENTS. THE SPECIFIC SOLUTION METHOD FOR THE ALLOCATION LP PROBLEM IS DEFINED, AND ITS SUPERIORITY TO A COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR BUDGET ALLOCATION IS SHOWN THROUGH A REAL WORLD EXAMPLE. (Author/publisher).
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