Allsop, RE (1998) Safer use of the roads through strategy and action. In: (Proceedings) Proceedings of the Road Safety Conference 1998: Research, Policing, Education (2 volumes). (pp. 1 - 5). Land Transport Safety Authority and New Zealand Police: Wellington, NZ.
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|Title:||Safer use of the roads through strategy and action|
|Event:||Proceedings of the Road Safety Conference 1998: Research, Policing, Education (2 volumes)|
|Additional information:||The widespread involvement of individuals, professions, business and government in society's response to the problem of road traffic accidents stemming from the large-scale use of motor vehicles is outlined. It is argued that action to make use of the roads safer can be enhanced by being set in the context of a road safety strategy in whose formulation all concerned are involved. Work towards a national road safety strategy in Britain including setting a new target for 2010 is described, and the use of road safety strategies locally in British towns and cities is mentioned. Events leading to the publication of a road safety strategy for the European Union that respects the principle of subsidiarity are outlined. The resulting strategy is summarised and the interpretation of its criterion for cost-effectiveness is discussed. It is recognised that only future monitoring and evaluation can determine how great are the benefits that the formulation and implementation of road safety strategies will yield|
|Keywords:||accidents, action, Britain, British, Education, European Union, evaluation, Government, Monitoring, Research, response, road, road use, roads, Safety, safety strategy, society, STRATEGIES, Strategy, Town, traffic, vehicle, work|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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