Road Safety Risk Reporter is a series of newsletters describing the results of the Road Safety Engineering Risk Assessment project. The project was funded by Austroads to assess risk involving the road, traffic and roadside environment. The final seven newsletters in the series were produced this year, and are now available from the ARRB website.
The newsletter topics include:
• The Austroads road safety engineering risk assessment research program
• Identification of network-level treatment prioritisation methods
• Integrating accident, road condition, asset management and traffic volume data
• The effect of geometric road design standards on road safety
• Crash risk migration
• Crash reduction estimates for road safety treatments
• Development of crash rates for Australian roads
• Crash rates on local government roads – trial study
• Road safety and maintenance
• Road safety treatment life
• Estimating the safety benefits when using multiple road engineering treatments
• Automatic collection of safety related road and roadside data
• Unsealed rural roads
• Crash database design
• Safety on rural roads: run-off-road, head-on and intersection crashes
To download the Road Safety Risk Reporter newsletters please click here.
Further details are published in a series of Austroads reports on the Road Safety Engineering Risk Assessment project (the reports are available from the Austroads website: www.austroads.com.au.