A Community Education and Intervention Program for Level Crossing Risk Management in Australia
Wallace, Angela M. & Davey, Jeremy D. (2004) A Community Education and Intervention Program for Level Crossing Risk Management in Australia. In 8th International Level Crossing Symposium and Managing Trespass Seminar, 13-16 April, University of Sheffield, UK. (Unpublished)
This project aims to design, implement and evaluate a community road safety program using an intervention and control community methodology. It is a 3-year national project funded by the Cooperative Research Centre for Railway Engineering and Technologies in Australia. With level crossing accidents constituting a significant proportion of death and injury associated with rail operations the need to conduct research in level crossing safety is warranted. To date, there has been little research conducted in Australia that evaluates community road safety programs targeting level crossing safety as well as identifying impediments towards the development of safe level crossing behaviour.
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