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Cover of Guidelines for Setting-up and Operation of Signalised Intersections with Red Light Cameras
Guidelines for Setting-up and Operation of Signalised Intersections with Red Light Cameras
  • Publication no: AP-R247-04
  • ISBN: 0 85588 695 1
  • Published: 1 April 2004
The literature has produced mixed results on the effectiveness of red light cameras on crashes. Various Australian studies have shown crash reductions varying from 7% to 46%. Different studies also report different results in the crash types that decrease or increase following the installation of cameras. The mixed results reflect methodological problems in the studies and are likely to be associated with a variety of different factors pertaining to the camera and traffic environment. Thus ARRB Transport Research was commissioned by Austroads to develop Guidelines
  • GUIDELINES FOR SETTING-UP AND OPERATION OF SIGNALISED INTERSECTIONS WITH RED LIGHT CAMERAS
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. GUIDELINES FOR SETTING-UP AND OPERATION OF SIGNALISED INTERSECTIONS WITH RED LIGHT CAMERAS
  • 3. LITERATURE REVIEW
  • 4. RED LIGHT CAMERA PROGRAMS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
  • 5. CRASH ANALYSIS OF RED LIGHT CAMERA SITES AND NON-CAMERA SITES
  • 6. RECOMMENDATIONS
  • 7. REFERENCES
  • 8. APPENDIX A – SURVEY
  • 9. APPENDIX B – DEMERIT POINT SCHEMES IN EACH JURISDICTION
  • 10. APPENDIX C – CRASH AND RED LIGHT CAMERA DATA REQUESTS
  • 11. APPENDIX D – QUEENSLAND DCA CHART
  • 12. APPENDIX E – ADDITIONAL QUEENSLAND CRASH ANALYSES
  • 13. APPENDIX F – VICTORIAN DCA CHART
  • 14. APPENDIX G – ADDITIONAL VICTORIAN CRASH ANALYSES
  • 15. APPENDIX H – NEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT MOVEMENT CLASSIFICATION
  • 16. APPENDIX I – ADDITIONAL NEW ZEALAND CRASH ANALYSES
  • INFORMATION RETRIEVAL