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A framework for cost-benefit analysis of the Dutch Road Safety Plan

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



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.



83 p.
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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