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Cover of Speed Enforcement in Australasia: Volumes 1 and 2
Speed Enforcement in Australasia: Volumes 1 and 2
  • Publication no: AP-R189-01
  • ISBN: 0 85588 584 X
  • Published: 1 January 2001
The main purpose of this project was to provide Australasian road safety and enforcement agencies with guidance on appropriate strategies and practices for enforcement programs aimed at speeding in both urban and rural areas, including enforcement intensities and the forms and levels of associated public education programs. An important secondary task of the project was the development of consistent performance and outcome measures of speed enforcement activities in Australia and New Zealand. Volume 1 provides the main outputs from the project. It sets out the background to the project and the details of a literature review on speed enforcement. In the context of the situation in mid-1998 when most of the data was gathered, it provides summaries of enforcement resources and practices within each jurisdiction in Australasia, and a synthesis
  • AP-R189/01 SPEED ENFORCEMENT IN AUSTRALASIA
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • CONTENTS
  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. SPEED ENFORCEMENT RESOURCES
  • 3. SPEED ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES
  • 4. SYNTHESIS OF CURRENT PRACTICE
  • 5. RECOMMENDED PERFORMANCE MEASURES
  • 6. RECOMMENDED OUTCOME MEASURES
  • 7. RESEARCH
  • 8. REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX 1: RESOURCES, POLICIES AND PRACTICE
  • APPENDIX 2: WORKSHOP-SPEED ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES
  • APPENDIX 3: PUBLIC EDUCATION
  • APPENDIX 4: POLICE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
  • APPENDIX 5: TRENDS IN ROAD CRASH CASUALTY RATES
  • APPENDIX 6: CHANGES IN SPEED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • APPENDIX 7: PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND OUTCOME DATA
  • APPENDIX 8: COMPARISON OF SPEED ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT
  • APPENDIX 9: UNPAID SPEEDING FINES
  • APPENDIX 10: CRASHES AT ACTIVE CAMERA SITES
  • APPENDIX 11: MANGEMENT OF CAMERA OPERATIONS
  • APPENDIX 12: COMMUNITY ATTITUDES
  • APPENDIX 13: ORGANISATIONS AND MAIN CONTACTS