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Guidelines for Setting-up and Operation of Signalised Intersections with Red Light Cameras
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…
Geometric Design for Trucks: When, Where and How?
While truck tracking characteristics are a primary consideration for intersection geometry and curve widening practices, most road geometric design standards, particularly alignment design standards, are based on the performance characteristics of…
Investigation of Cyclist Safety at Intersections
This report investigates casualty cyclist accidents over two years in metropolitan areas of Melbourne and Sydney, and the nature of crashes and intersection features at 18 sites in Melbourne with higher cyclist crash numbers, in an attempt to:…
Relationship between Crash Risk and Geometric Characteristics of Rural Highways
This paper reports a study which brings together information on road geometry (curvature and grade), cross-section, traffic flow and crashes. It allows the influence of these other factors on road crashes to be assessed in ways not possible before.…