One of the main objectives of SafetyCube is to contribute towards the creation of an inventory of estimates of risk factors and effects of measures for road infrastructure. SafetyCube Deliverable 5.1 advances the state of the art by analysing and synthesising the current knowledge on infrastructure-related risk factors that allows them to be ranked and […]
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SafetyCube’s Deliverable 4.1 ‒ Identification of Road User Related Risk Factors ‒ has been approved by the European Commission and is available in the publications section. It documents the process that created a comprehensive taxonomy of risk factors taking stakeholders’ priorities into account. The SafetyCube researchers identified and coded studies that report on various behaviour-related […]
An important product of the SafetyCube project is a tool to access information on road safety risks as well as potential measures for reducing injuries. The Decision Support System (DSS) in SafetyCube is beginning to take form and the early part of the development process is now documented in a format that allows stakeholders to […]
The EU project SafetyCube is developing a Decision Support System (DSS) that is to provide insight in the causes of road traffic crashes and support in the identification of the most cost-effective measures for the most important road safety problems. One aspect of SafetyCube is dedicated to serious road injuries, their health impacts and their […]
Within SafetyCube, we develop detailed guidelines for the registration and monitoring of serious road injuries (MAIS3+ casualties). On May 24th, we organized a workshop in The Hague to present our preliminary guidelines and discuss how these guidelines could be further improved to meet all user needs. About 30 participants from 13 countries and organizations like […]
A Decision Support System for road safety stakeholders is being developed in SafetyCube. One important feature of this tool would be to facilitate Cost Benefit Analyses. Hence, SafetyCube will provide guidelines for the determination of crash costs and will determine crash costs for all EU member states. Specific attention is paid to the costs of […]
The SafetyCube project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 633485.
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Safe and Smart Mobility Research Cluster
Loughborough. LE11 3TU. UK
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