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|Title: ||Accident causation and pre-accidental driving situations. Part 3. Summary report|
|Authors: ||Molinero Martinez, A.|
Naing, Claire L.
|Keywords: ||Descriptive analysis|
Type of situations
|Issue Date: ||2008|
|Citation: ||MOLINERO MARTINEZ, A. ... et al, 2008. Accident causation and pre-accidental driving situations. Part 3. Summary report. Deliverable D2.3.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Project No;FP6-2004-IST-4 027763|
|Abstract: ||This report aims to present the final results of the descriptive statistical, in-depth and risk analysis
performed within TRACE Work Package ‘WP2-Type of situations’, in order to identify the main
problems and the magnitude of these problems related to accident causation and risk factors for
the following four types of situations: the stabilized situations, the specific manoeuvres, the
intersection situations and the degraded situations.
The different analysis (descriptive, in-depth and risk) of each of these five tasks has been
performed using the available European accident databases within TRACE (national, in-depth
and exposure databases).
The objectives achieved in this WP are:
• Identify and quantify accident causation factors associated to particular types of driving and
pre-accidental situations, at a statistical level, by analyzing various available databases in
• Obtain a focused understanding of accident causation issues related to these types of
situations at an in-depth level by analyzing data from available in-depth databases.
• Identify the level of risk associated to these selected types of situation in causing accidents.|
|Publisher Link: ||http://www.trace-project.org/trace_template.html|
|Appears in Collections:||Official Reports (Design School)|
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