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TitleCharacteristics of fatal and severe pedestrian accidents in South Australia (project number: 97/TS/117)
AuthorsKloeden CN, White KM, McLean AJ
Year2000
TypeReport
AbstractAim of project: A detailed analysis of available data on pedestrian accidents in South Australia was undertaken with the aim of characterising these accidents and identifying possible measures to reduce their frequency and severity. Sources of Information: Information on 190 fatal pedestrian accidents for the years 1991-1997 was obtained from the South Australian Coroner's files; data on 2,295 serious injury pedestrian accidents was extracted from the Traffic Accident Reporting System (TARS) database; and maps of the locations of fatal and serious pedestrian crashes in South Australia between 1993 and 1998 were obtained from the Police Traffic Research and Intelligence Section.
PublisherRoad Accident Research Unit
Publisher CityAdelaide
SponsorTransport SA
Page Count68

Reference
Kloeden CN, White KM, McLean AJ (2000) Characteristics of fatal and severe pedestrian accidents in South Australia (project number: 97/TS/117), Road Accident Research Unit, Adelaide.


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