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Improving safety and mobility for older road users in Australia and Japan
by Office of International Programs, FHWA/US DOT (HPIP) in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by the International Scanning Study Team ; Elizabeth Alicandri, cochair ; Pamela Hutton, cochair ; Susan T. Chrysler ... [et al.] ; for Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, National Cooperative Highway Research Program.|
|Series||Publication / Office of International Programs -- no. FHWA-PL-09-001|
|Contributions||Alicandri, Elizabeth., Hutton, Pamela., International Scanning Study Team (U.S.), FHWA International Technology Scanning Program.|
|LC Classifications||HE5620.A24 I46 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||2009366048|
Safety of Vulnerable Road Users. Mobility is part of daily life. Anyone using the roads is at risk of injury or death in the event of a road accident. Some people are more at risk than others and are commonly referred to as Vulnerable Road Users (VRU). The term has been defined in different ways. Your Trusted Healthcare Equipment Supplier. Safety and Mobility offer a wide selection of equipment for use in Aged Care, Hospital and Disability and Rehabilitation sectors as well as specific items for Bariatric clients. Our equipment is sourced from both locally and internationally renowned brands as well as Safety and Mobility’s own range of high quality equipment manufactured with our.
Objective: This study used medico-legal data to investigate fatal older road user (ORU, aged 65 years and older) crash circumstances and risk factors relating to four key components of the Safe. There are a range of technological strategies that can be implemented to improve road safety. Transport experts have advocated the use of larger road signs and tactile road markers. Planned placement of road signs and intersections is important for older road users, since a person’s field of view decreases with age.
and mobility, safer vehicles, safer road users (with a focus on legislation) and post-crash care. This work culminates in the Global status report on road safety, a major global monitoring and evaluation tool first published in that WHO produces approximately every 2 years. The report gives a full description of the road safety situation. Road safety is an essential component in sustainable urban mobility Published on at In European cities, pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists make up 70% of road .
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Author(s) Elizabeth Alicandri, Pamela Hutton, Dr. Susan Chrysler, Dr. Leanna Depue, Howard Glassman, Dr. ThomasGranda, David Harkey, Thomas Smith, Barry Warhoftig 8.
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