ICTCT

"Don't wait for accidents to happen"

27 Karlsruhe – Germany

16th – 17th October 2014

Empirical data collection in the field – from hard core traffic conflicts till qualitative data collection

Organisers: Christoph Hupfer, Robert Blaszczyk

The workshop was organised in co-operation with the University of Applied Science Karlsruhe.

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SPONSORS
Thanks for the support to PTV Group
Thanks for the support to RTB

 

Key Note Sessions
Chair: Victoria Gitelman& Aliaksei Laureshyn
Automated Methods for Surrogate Safety Analysis: Where We Are and Where to Go Next piktogramm_pdf Presentation Nicolas Saunier
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The Traffic Conflicts Methodology revisited piktogramm_pdf Presentation Richard van der Horst
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Conflicts
Chair: Matus Sucha
There is no need to wait for accidents: applying observation of traffic conflicts and behaviour in Czech practice piktogramm_pdf Presentation Jiri Ambros
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Road traffic safety analysis at U-turns on Thai highways using traffic conflict technique piktogramm_pdf Presentation Inder Pal Meel
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Searching for the severity dimension of the traffic events piktogramm_pdf Presentation Aliaksei Laureshyn
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Analysing traffic conflicts – comparing the Swedish Traffic Conflict Technique (TCT) and the Dutch Objective Conflict Technique for Operation and Research (DOCTOR) piktogramm_pdf Presentation Aliaksei Laureshyn
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Calibration of Drivers Perceived Level of Risk in an Uninterrupted Traffic Facility: An Experimental Study piktogramm_pdf Presentation Mohsen Fallah Zavareh
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Theory and methods
Chair: Elisabeth Füssl
Attempts to improve road safety data in the Netherland piktogramm_pdf Presentation Rob Methorst
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The turning point in the number of traffic fatalities: two hypotheses about changes in underlying trends piktogramm_pdf Presentation Rune Elvik
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The relationships between social networks, activity patterns, and driving behaviour piktogramm_pdf Presentation Wafa Elias
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Increasing the health benefits of active transport by network level separation of motorised and active transport modes piktogramm_pdf Presentation Paul Schepers
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Data collection and evaluation methods in the fields of ITS technologies for VRUs piktogramm_pdf Presentation Daniel Bell
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Impacts of ITS in different transport modes piktogramm_pdf Presentation Risto Kulmala
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Video, simulator and observation studies
Chair: Daniel Bell
Midfield-width, lane width and effects on speed and mental workload: A simulator study piktogramm_pdf Presentation Truls Vaa
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Safety assessment of pedestrian crossings with video analysis piktogramm_pdf Presentation Piotr Olszewski
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Exploring interaction processes between cyclists and car drivers – a Grounded Theory and mixed method approach piktogramm_pdf Presentation Elisabeth Füssl
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An examination of the influence of crosswalk marking removal on pedestrian safety piktogramm_pdf Presentation Victoria Gitelman
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On site observation of driver`s and pedestrian`s interaction at zebra crossings piktogramm_pdf Presentation Matus Sucha
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Field studies
Chair: Jiri Ambros
Controlled studies and naturalistic driving – the best of both worlds? piktogramm_pdf Presentation Katja Kircher
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Investigating the psychological effects of worksites on road users and drivers’ behavior in field studies piktogramm_pdf Presentation Max Haberstroh
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Driver behavior, critical situations and vehicle condition piktogramm_pdf Presentation Evelyn Lindner
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AIM Research Intersection – Infrastructure for Research on Interacting Urban Traffic piktogramm_pdf Presentation Kay Gimm
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Speed
Chair: Mohsen Fallah Zavareh
Speed calming measures and how they affect speed violations and driving pattern piktogramm_pdf Presentation Niels Agerholm
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Effects of automated motorway speed enforcement: average versus instantaneous speed control piktogramm_pdf Presentation Stijn Daniels
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Poster
Chair: Clemens Kaufmann
Combining quanititative and qualitative research when analysing driver behaviour piktogramm_pdf Presentation Juliane Haupt
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Surrogate Safety and Behavioural Analysis of Roundabout Merging Zones Using Computer Vision piktogramm_pdf Presentation Nicolas Saunier
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Behaviour Analysis Using A Multi-Level Motion Pattern Learning Framework piktogramm_pdf Presentation Nicolas Saunier
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Computer and android based real-time video traffic detection and counting piktogramm_pdf Presentation Matjaž Šraml
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Traffic safety versus traffic flow on freeways – an empirical analysis piktogramm_pdf Presentation Marek Junghans
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A Comparative Study of the Effect of Mental Ability of motorcyclists on the Severity of Accidents piktogramm_pdf Presentation Mohammad Mehdi Khabiri
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