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'Dying 2 Drive' Evaluation 2019

Evaluated Dying 2 Drive in Herefordshire and Worcesterhire
Date added: 01-02-2020
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Altering pre-drivers’ social norms, perceived risk and willingness for mobile phone usage whilst driving. Pilot evaluation.

Propose a new way of altering social norms, perceived vulnerability and willingness in road safety interventions aimed at adolescents
Date added: 01-06-2017

BikeSafe Evaluation - Analysis of 2014-15 Pre-Workshop Respondents

Understanding the demographics, behaviour, attitudes and opinions of motorcyclists before they do a BikeSafe course
Date added: 01-12-2015

Development of a communication approach to tackle younger driver safety on rural roads

Exploring collision data and international research to identify the best ways to communicate rural road safety to young drivers
Date added: 01-12-2016
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Distraction in road-safety interventions. Challenging social norms without using 'fear appeal'

Propose an alternative to ‘traditional, fear-appeal’ approaches in pre-drivers’ road safety education
Date added: 01-06-2017

Double Diamond workshop on young riders

Using the Double Diamond to identify the best behavioural approach for young motorcyclists
Date added: 01-03-2019

Effectiveness of UK Road Safety Behaviour Change Interventions

Assessing how behaviour change interventions in road safety are designed and evaluated
Date added: 01-11-2019

Evaluation of Advanced Motorcycling

How does the IAM RoadSmart advanced motorcycle test affect safe riding attitudes and behaviour?
Date added: 01-10-2020

Evidence to remove the speed limit restrictions for ADR vehicle class on Romanian roads

Understanding the effect of ADR vehicles speed restrictions on Romania roads traffic and drivers behaviour
Date added: 01-06-2018

Highways England Motorcycle Delivery Review

Reviewing local motorcycle interventions to identify best practice and gaps
Date added: 01-07-2017
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Is safety a cause of cycling in numbers or an effect of increased cycle use

An analysis of the bidirectional relationship between cycling risk and cycling rates in the Safety in Numbers phenomena
Date added: 01-06-2017

RideFree - Refreshing our approach to motorcycle safety

Undertaking a randomised controlled trial to understand how the CBT could be enhanced for young motorcyclists
Date added: 01-08-2019

Road Safety Since 2010

Examining the progress of UK road safety since 2010
Date added: 01-09-2015

Safe Drive Stay Alive Evaluation (Greater Manchester and Surrey)

Evaluating Safe Drive Stay Alive 12 months on
Date added: 01-12-2015

Safety in Numbers for Cyclists in England - Measuring the effect

Calculating how many cyclists are required to achieve a reduction in risk
Date added: 01-10-2016

Seizing the Opportunities - Safer Road Users

Exploring the challenges and priorities for achieving safety road users, and the opportunities identified in the UK Government's statement of December 2015
Date added: 01-05-2017

Stepping out - Pedestrian Casualties - an analysis of the people and circumstances

Understanding how pedestrians are involved in injury collisions
Date added: 01-06-2013

The Effectiveness of Average Speed Cameras in Great Britain

Examining the effectiveness of average speed cameras on casualties and speeds
Date added: 01-09-2016

Things that go bump in the night - Adult pedestrians in the night-time economy

Analysing adult pedestrian risk at night-time in Great Britain
Date added: 01-11-2014

Too much, too young, too fast

Understanding the risks of living and driving in the countryside
Date added: 01-05-2013

Towards 2030 - Making our roads safer for all

Developing a new road safety strategy for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
Date added: 01-07-2020

Virtual Reality Human Factors

The use of immersive video as a behaviour change tool in road safety
Date added: 01-06-2017

Virtual reality measures potential in education of adolescents

A pilot to evalute the impact of virtual reality resources on the knowledge and attitudes of adolescents
Date added: 01-04-2018
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Working Paper - Profiling drivers with speed-related contributory factors assigned in collisions. Lessons from UK

Identification of drivers ‘exceeding speed limit’ in the UK who are more likely to be involved in collisions
Date added: 23-11-2020