SafetyCube Road Safety Priority Topics Survey Results- December 2015

The results of the Survey on Road Safety Priority Topics ranking per category are available below and are constantly updated:

A1. Infrastructure
1 Self-explaining and forgiving roads
2 Enforcement by police or cameras
3 Implementing user accepted speed limits
4 Removing or obstacles without passive safety protection from the roadside
5 Improved road lighting
6 Effective road markings
7 Identifying critical   maintenance operations
8 Developing dynamic speed limits
9 Minimizing highway speed limit differences among countries
A2. Vehicle
1 Advanced driver support systems and active safety
2 Greater passive safety for vehicle occupants and vulnerable road users
3 Active and passive safety of heavy goods vehicles
4 Integrating semi-automated driving without compromising driving skills
5 Developing E-bike safety Strategies
6 Technologies in the “driverless car” field
7 Reducing conflicts caused by silent electric cars
A3. Road Users (General)
1 Enforcement of existing rules
2 Effects of mobile phone use
3 Understanding causes of serious injuries
4 Safety education programs (especially children)
5 Eliminating driver aggression – recklessness and intended
6 Support safe mobility of elderly car drivers
7 Counteracting driving fatigue
8 Graduated licensing and mandatory continuous education
9 Strategies for young drivers: restrictions vs. mobility
10 Assessing fitness to drive (from fatigue to health)
11 Improving safety programs for elderly road users
12 Improving post-crash care systems
13 Investigate the effects of (new/different) types of drugs (especially on young drivers)
14 Link information between road safety and health sector
15 Link indicators for road safety and environment
A4. Vulnerable Road Users (VRUs)
1 Improved power-Two-Wheeler safety
2 Improved pedestrian crossing design
3 Improved bicycles infrastructure at crossroads and roundabouts
4 Promoting bicycle helmet use (better education and acceptable solutions)
5 Dedicated bicycle routes
6 Strategies for the growing share of elderly road users
7 Safe mobility for disabled people
8 Introducing shared space, 20/30km/h zones
9 Reducing single bicycle crashes
10 Improving safety of VRUs in emerging economies
11 Reducing the under-reporting of pedestrian and cyclist accidents
12 Understanding the safety implications of phone and handheld devices by cyclists and pedestrians
13 Reducing bicycle collisions with parked cars / car doors
14 Develop strategies for VRUs for increasing Automation
15 Cyclist interaction with E-bikes/pedelecs
A5. Data
1 Creating sources of detailed exposure data
2 Introducing better reporting of contributing factors in accident reports
3 Identify sources for incident/near miss data
4 Resolve issues of privacy and data protection for better data access
5 Access to E-call records
A6. Safety Management
1 Increased availability of cost-effectiveness of road safety measures
2 Improve recording the quality of safety measure implementation
3 Applying demerit point system for driver’s licenses
4 Exploit the influence of new information technologies (e.g. from police patrols)
5 Work Vision Zero principles
6 Improved use of public / social media for communicating road safety
7 Promote road safety programs in companies/organisations
8 Introduce “Pay as you drive” incentives/penalties for safe driving
9 Quantify the cost effectiveness of campaigns
10 Promote “Pay as you drive” based on exposure, type of road network
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