2 edition of study of bicycle/motor-vehicle accidents found in the catalog.
study of bicycle/motor-vehicle accidents
Kenneth D. Cross
1977 by Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Kenneth D. Cross, Gary Fisher.|
|Series||DOT HS 803 315, DOT HS 803 316, DOT HS 803 317, DOT HS -- 803-315., DOT HS -- 803-316., DOT HS -- 803-317.|
|Contributions||Fisher, Gary L., United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
The book provides useful case studies, tables and many illustrations. Steiner Cochair: Dr. Concludes that "Parents are highly supportive of bicycle helmet legislation in Canada. Most of the accidents that involved motor vehicles occurred in the afternoon, and rarely before AM The only two exceptions involved coal trucks, at AM and AM.
Both cyclists were proceeding single file in a southwesterly direction into Dillon. Walker, et al. This type of accident apparently is due to confusion about which vehicle has the right-of-way. Demographic, socioeconomic, and attitudinal associations with children's cycle-helmet use in the absence of legislation and article that concludes using self-reported data from school kids that attitudes are probably the most important determinant of helmet wearing. That right-handed people have a lower accident rate page c-3 has been shown in other studies but this study is unusual in making this finding as it applies to bicycling.
The conclusion: "The use of [a] bicycle helmet as such does not seem to be related to either accident proneness or speeding. The conclusions are: - Bicycles should be integrated, not separated, from other traffic. The distinguishing characteristics of another sub-type--which also represented about one-third of the cases--was that the bicyclist traveled across at least one full lane of traffic before colliding with the motor vehicle. A diagram was not prepared for the accident in which the motorist opened the car door into the bicyclist's path since the dynamics of this situation are easily visualized. The driver stated that he had consumed a beer for lunch but only a soft drink between that time and the time of the accident.
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For Ottawa, both the fall rate and injury rate on sidewalks were four times higher than on roads. Caloric Imbalance and Public Health Policy. A critical overview of current practices in metropolitan transportation modeling for air quality planning in the U.
Posting comments on this blog the critics continue to debate. The typical bicycle of the s study of bicycle/motor-vehicle accidents book poor brakes compared with the typical bicycle of today. Accident Analysis and Preventi on. The bicyclist who does not come to a complete stop and put down a foot is also able to restart more quickly, reducing the length study of bicycle/motor-vehicle accidents book the gap in cross traffic necessary to avoid conflicts.
It lacked markings on the side or center of the road. The vehicle that collided with the cyclist was a two-tone, two-door Dodge automobile.
When they occur in such circumstances, they are also associated with significantly increased risk of fatality. This Portugese study covers helmet development, standards and a lot more, purporting to explain basics. Dafermos, S. It was found that less than one percent of the bicyclists were impaired by alcohol.
Our findings indicate that consumers should not assume that all portions of a helmet provide adequate and equivalent protection. This is an example of a type of accident that warrants detailed investigation.
He said it was in the middle of the road, entering the passing lane, while the second cyclist was off to the side of the road as usual.
As a result of the accident, the driver of the van was found unintentionally negligent. As of the yearmuch better equipment is available. Our reports indicate that the young woman was a source of friction among the other group members in that she was the slowest rider of them all.
Ward, Paula, ed. We are sticking our necks out a bit to suggest fresh ideas that should be tried The distinguishing characteristics of another sub-type--which also represented about one-third of the cases--was that the bicyclist traveled across at least one full lane of traffic before colliding with the motor vehicle.
Study of bicycle/motor-vehicle accidents book, they provide an extensive list of reasons why they still do not do so, including thermal discomfort. However, there are very few high quality evaluative studies that measure these outcomes, and none that reported data on possible declines in bicycle use.
Summary Comment In the study of bicycle/motor-vehicle accidents book phase of our study, we intend to conduct interviews with motorists and bicyclists in order to clarify the causes of the various accident types and sub-types discussed in the previous paragraphs.
Hence, lack of motor control cannot be held accountable for this type of accident. Advocacy Institute, Rhode Island Ave.This study analyses factors associated with cyclist injury severity, focusing on vehicle type, route environment, and interactions between them. Data analysed was collected by Spanish police during and includes records relating to 12, drivers and cyclist involving in collisions with at least one injured cyclist, of whom were injured cyclists.
Bayesian methods were used to model Author: Rachel Aldred, Susana García-Herrero, Esther Anaya, Sixto Herrera, Miguel Ángel Mariscal.
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