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A framework for cost-benefit analysis of the Dutch Road Safety Plan
Publicatiedatum:01-01-1996

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Auteur(s)

Institute of Transport Economics (= Transportökonomisk Institutt); Rune Elvik

 

Samenvatting

Contains a framework for cost-benefit analysis of the Dutch Road safety Plan. The framework cosists of the following elements: (1) A short discussion of the implications for road safety policy of the Dutch concept of sustainable safety ; (2) A discussion of formal techniques for priority setting, the kinds of information required to use these techniques and their limitations ; (3) A survey of potentially effective road safety measures and the screening of these measures for inclusion in formal analysis of cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit ratio ; (4) A critical examination of current Dutch road accident costs and a preliminary revision of these costs ; (5) A summary of evidence concerning the safety effects of road safety measures subjected to analyses of their cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit ratios ; (6) Preliminary estimates of the cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit at ratio at different levels of applications of different measures and their benefit-cost.

 

Annotatie

83 p.
tab.
With ref.
Commissioned by the SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research on behalf of the Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS), Transport Research Centre (= Adviesdienst Verkeer en Vervoer AVV)
Project management J. Mulder, B. Roszbach (SWOV), A.H. Heijkamp, S. Bexelius (AVV)
ISSN 08069999

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