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Deliverable No. 3 – Scoping report. Working report within the project Conflict Study – Application in HA (Highway Agency) Road Safety Management

Svensson, Åse LU and Barker, E (2007)
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This report summaries the work undertaken to date, and provides a platform on which further site selection, training and fieldwork may be undertaken. The outline quantity of sitework is stated, based on a build up of likely time input required. The availability and applicability of the two main datasets, STATS19 and On The Spot (OTS) data, is summarised. Currently, STATS19 has yielded 11 potential study sites out of 997 accidents on the network over a 5 year period. While OTS data has limited coverage of the proposed study sites, it may be utilized at a later stage for operational matters. A

proposed methodology of Conflict Study is detailed with further development required through the trialling process. Best value... (More)
This report summaries the work undertaken to date, and provides a platform on which further site selection, training and fieldwork may be undertaken. The outline quantity of sitework is stated, based on a build up of likely time input required. The availability and applicability of the two main datasets, STATS19 and On The Spot (OTS) data, is summarised. Currently, STATS19 has yielded 11 potential study sites out of 997 accidents on the network over a 5 year period. While OTS data has limited coverage of the proposed study sites, it may be utilized at a later stage for operational matters. A

proposed methodology of Conflict Study is detailed with further development required through the trialling process. Best value considerations, in terms of choice of methodology and sites, are outlined providing a basis for appropriate placement of conflict studies within the highway safety design process. The potential study sites have been detailed in the Appendices and summarized with reference to the selection criteria, given in the original task specification.Project financed by HRC (Highways Research Group). 2007. (Less)
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proposed methodology of Conflict Study is detailed with further development required through the trialling process. Best value considerations, in terms of choice of methodology and sites, are outlined providing a basis for appropriate placement of conflict studies within the highway safety design process. The potential study sites have been detailed in the Appendices and summarized with reference to the selection criteria, given in the original task specification.Project financed by HRC (Highways Research Group). 2007.},
  author       = {Svensson, Åse and Barker, E},
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Deliverable No. 3 – Scoping report. Working report within the project Conflict Study – Application in HA (Highway Agency) Road Safety Management},
  year         = {2007},
}