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Kosmidis, Ioannis (author)
This study aims to explore the preferences of citizens regarding fairness considerations related to the distribution of the effects of road safety policies in order to provide with policy recommendations that will help to promote more fair road safety policies. To achieve this aim the Discrete Choice Approach is going to be followed, using...
master thesis 2019
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Borsos, Attila (author)
The most common way to evaluate traffic safety is investigating the occurrence and severity of crashes using historical data. This approach however has a number of limitations, the most important of which is probably its reactive nature. An alternative method using non-crash events has gained a lot of attention recently, especially thanks to the...
master thesis 2019
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Tzouras, Panagiotis G. (author)
Tram is a sustainable mode of transport, which is able to transform the modern city centers through the various urban regeneration projects that usually come together with it. Tram tracks are often shared with either motorized traffic or pedestrians/cyclists. In this mixed traffic reality, tram accidents are very rare but severe at the same time...
master thesis 2019
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Pieters, Nienke (author)
This research examines the incorporation of morality in discrete choice modelling, applied to the specific case of the choice for ADAS in lease cars. Implicitly, the decision to include or exclude ADAS in a car affects the safety of the driver himself and other road users. Therefore this decision has a moral dimension; a moral dilemma arises...
master thesis 2019
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