ARSRPE Conference Paper Database
OLDER PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: The role of perceptual and cognitive factors and the ability to compensate for age-related changes.
SELF-REGULATORY BEHAVIOUR OF OLDER DRIVERS
Some cost-effective approaches to moderate vehicle speeds in high pedestrian activity environments.
The impact of age-related functional impairments on the ability to cross roads safely.
Making the right choice: vehicle safety advice for seniors
Older Pedestrians - Meeting Their Safety and Mobility Needs
Cost-effective measures to improve crash and injury risk at rural intersections
Crossing roads safely: An experimental study of age and gender differences in gap selection by child pedestrians
Some factors that may increase crash risk of older female drivers
Crossing roads safely: The effects of training on improving children?s road crossing decisions
Drivers with visual field loss in one Australian licensing jurisdiction
Cyclists and red lights - a study of behaviour of commuter cyclists in Melbourne
Changes in wayfinding ability with age: use of wayfinding methods and attitudes towards GPS
Towards Zero Pedestrian Trauma: Literature Review and Serious Casualty Analysis