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Universal Helmet Law: The Interaction Between Law, Enforcement, and Culture on Level of Use

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While the discussion about the necessity of the helmet law in the political sphere is at its peak, it was deemed necessary to ascertain the public opinion on this issue.
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The Profile of Bicycle User in the City of Juiz de Fora, Brazil

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This research aims to identify the bicycle user profile, knowing their socioeconomic characteristics and use of bicycles as transportation in order to use these data as a tool.
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Public Policies for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety and Mobility

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
A policy review for bicycling and walking safety and mobility from an International Scan conducted in May of 2009 in Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
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Pedestrian Crashes and Treatments From Around the World

Source: UNC Highway Safety Research Center (HSRC)
Pedestrian crashes and related deaths and injuries continue to be a serious problem in industrialized and developing countries throughout the world.
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Understanding and Using Signalized Crossings in Australia: The Pedestrian's Perspective

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The views of Australian pedestrians towards signalized pedestrian crossings are presented here.
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Effects of Individualized Feedback on Car Drivers' Speed at Pedestrians Crossings

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Investigation of the effects of a device which has been developed to mitigate risk of pedestrians during street crossing decreasing of car speeds and facilitating attention to vulnerable road users.
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Age-Related Differences in Street-Crossing Safety Before and After Older Pedestrians' Training

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The objective of the study was to develop and assess a behavior-training program aimed at enhancing the safety of elderly pedestrians via simulator-based training in street crossing.
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The Vulnerable Pedestrian: A Multi Dimensional Problem Based on the Israeli Experience

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An analyses conducted comparing two groups in terms of their involvement in rural versus urban crashes, daytime versus nighttime crashes, time and behavior of the pedestrian prior to the crash.
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Development of Computational Models and Databases to Investigate Pedestrian Related Accidents

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An observation study regarding the behavior of drivers and pedestrians when confronted with the time intervals of signals, on signalized crossroads.
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Injured Pedestrians in Sweden - Surface Condition

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In Sweden earlier studies have shown that pedestrians are the road user group that are most injured when slippery road conditions.
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