Road safety on four continents 2013 in Beijing, China - VTI
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Road safety on four continents 2013 in Beijing, China - VTI

WelcomeThe Swedish National ong>Roadong> and Transport ResearchInstitute (VTI), together with the Research Instituteof Highway (RIOH), and the Transportation ResearchCenter at Beijing University of Technology, and withsupport of the Ministry of Transport of the People’sRepublic of China, have the pleasure of welcoming youto the 16th international conference “ong>Roadong> Safety onFour Continents” in Beijing, China 15–17 May 2013.Deaths and personal injuries in traffic have been oneof the largest global health problems for a long time.Every 30 seconds a person is killed in a road crash– more than 3,000 per day – and almost 1.2 millionpeople per year die in road crashes worldwide. Asmany as 50 million people are injured. More than 85per cent of the road traffic deaths and injuries occur inlow income and middle income countries. This is theextent of the global road ong>safetyong> problem.“ong>Roadong> Safety on Four Continents” is one of the premierand prestigious conferences in the road ong>safetyong> area.The conference in Beijing will be the 16th in a seriesof conferences starting in 1987 with emphasis ontwo continents, Europe and North America and lateron organized also in Africa and Asia including fourcontinents. However, the organisers have welcomedparticipation from other continents and a great numberof delegates from South America and Australia haveparticipated.China will be a key player for the future globalautomotive market and is the fastest growing market inthis respect. With the growing motorization come thenegative effects of transport. ong>Roadong> ong>safetyong> has in recentyears become a top priority in China and it is withgreat satisfaction this RS4C conference is organizedtogether with partners and supporters for the first timein China.This conference will be an important event, whichallows experts, decision makers, practitioners and otherdelegates with an interest in road ong>safetyong> developmentto come together in fruitful discussions and exchangeof information in all different aspects of ong>Roadong> Safety. Itwill be a meeting place and during these days we willshare results and experience between organisations,countries, continents and most important betweenpeople.Kent GustafsonChairman Scientific CommitteeMay 14 thRegistration 08.00 - 09.00WorkshopSharing ong>Roadong> Safety – InternationalWorkshop in Scientific SafetyEstimationCo-sponsors: Research Institute of Highway ofChina, Beijing University of Technology,ITF/OECD, TRB, VTI09.00-12.00 Morning Session:Highway Safety Manual Developmentand DeploymentPresenters: Karen Dixon and John Milton• Overview of HSM• HSM Applications• Ongoing R&D supporting HSM14.00 -17.00 Afternoon Session:International Sharing and CollaborationInternational Transport Forum (ITF) Work on Sharingong>Roadong> SafetyStephen Perkins, ITF/OECDResearch Framework proposed by ITFBlair Turner, AustraliaCountry/Region ExperiencesChina , Zhou Ronggui, RIOHAustralia, Blair Turner, AustraliaEurope, Harri Peltola, FinlandInternational EffortsFHWA/FEHRL Collaboration, Blair Turner,AustraliaiRAP, Greg SmithPotential for International Collaboration,Panel DiscussionModerator: Xiaoduan Sun, United StatesBlair Turner, AustraliaKaren Dixon, United StatesLaurent Carnis, FranceGreg Smith, iRAPWhat’s Next?Workshops: Washington, DC (January 2014);Paris, France (April 2014); Vancouver, Canada(June 2015)Blair TurnerTRB Subcommittee on International SafetyResearchKaren Dixon3

Committees and chairmenOrganising committee• Chairman Prof. Zhou Wei, President of RIOH, China• Vice Chairman Kent Gustafson, Deputy Director General of VTI, Sweden• Kaimin Niu, RIOH, China• Ronggui Zhou, RIOH, China• Chengcheng Tang, RIOH, China• Gaoqiang Zhang. RIOH, China• Bin Shu, RIOH, China• Yan Guo, RIOH, China• Ying Jiang, RIOH, China• Xiaoduan Sun, Beijing University of Technology, China• Yanyan Chen, Beijing University of Technology, ChinaScientific committeeKent Gustafson, Chairman VTI SwedenZhou Wei Director of RIOH ChinaXiaoduan Sun University Of Louisiana China/USAWang Xiaojing RIOH ChinaGao Hailong RIOH ChinaLi Aimin RIOH ChinaLi Bin RIOH ChinaZhou Ronggui RIOH ChinaTang Chengcheng RIOH ChinaLiu Huixue RIOH ChinaGuo ZhongyinThe School of Transportation Engineering,Tongji UniversityChinaLiu Haoxue Chang’an University ChinaWang Changjun Traffic Management Research Insititute ChinaYanyan Chen Beijing University of Technology ChinaYulong He Beijing University of Technology ChinaRong Jian Beijing University of Technology ChinaLiu Xiaoming Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport ChinaAlberto José Silveira Luchemos por la vida ArgentinaMary Lydon University of Adelaide AustraliaMichael Tziotis AARB AustraliaGeorg Hauger Technical University of Vienna AustriaPeter Silverans Belgian ong>Roadong> Safety Institute BelgiumMichael Lenné MUARC AustraliaBhagwant Persaud Ryerson University CanadaKarel Pospisil CDV - Transport Research Centre Czech RepublicJuha Luoma VTT FinlandLaurent Carnis INRETS FranceHorst Schultze Bast GermanyGeorge Giannopoulos Hellenic Institute of Transport GreeceEvangelos Bekiaris CERTH/HIT GreecePéter Holló KTI HungaryTuenjai Fukuda Nihon University JapanAtsushi Fukuda Nihon University JapanTerje Assum TØI Norway4

Fridulf Sagberg TØI NorwayRune Elvik TØI NorwayJoanna Zukowska Gdansk University of Technology PolandJoão Cardoso LNEC PortugalHo Seng Tim LTA SingaporePieter Venter ITSE South AfricaAndrás Várhelyi Lund University SwedenAnna Vadeby VTI SwedenBjörn Peters VTI SwedenÅsa Forsman VTI SwedenAstrid Linder VTI SwedenRobert Thomson VTI SwedenJan Andersson VTI SwedenMagnus Hjälmdahl VTI SwedenNils Petter Gregersen VTI SwedenYaser Hawas UAE University Al-Ain UAERichard Cuerden TRL United KingdomRichard Pain TRB USAKarl Kim University of Hawaii USAMichael Griffith FHWA USAMohamed Abdel-Aty University of Central Florida USAKohinoor Kar Arizona DOT USAAzim Eskandarian The George Washington University USAKenneth OpielaUSA5

May 15 thRegistration 08.00 - 09.0009.00-10.00Welcome addressesOpening CeremonyChairman: Mr. ZHANG Jinquan, vice-president of RIOH, ChinaMr WENG Mengyong, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Transport(MOT), ChinaMrs Ingela Bendrot, State Secretary to the Minister for Infrastructure,Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications, SwedenProf. ZHOU Wei, President of RIOH, ChinaMr Jonas Bjelfvenstam, Director General, VTI, SwedenProf. Ailin Zhang, Vice-President, Beijing University of Technology,ChinaCoffee 10.00 - 10.3010.30-12.00Plenary SessionChairman: Mr. ZHANG Jinquan, vice-president of RIOHHistory and Development of ong>Roadong> Safety in ChinaProf. Zhou Haitao, Chief Engineer, Ministry of Transport (MOT),ChinaKey note speechDr Stephen Perkins, Head of the Transport Research CentreInternational Transport Forum, FranceKey note speechDr Margie Peden, Coordinator, Unintentional Injury Prevention WHOKey note speechProf. Xiaojing Wang, Chief Engineer, RIOH, ChinaLunch 12.00-13.306

May 15 thSession 1 Session 2Session 313.30-15.00ong>Roadong> ong>safetyong> plans andstrategiesChairman: Laurent Carnis,IFSTTAR, FranceVision Zero a policy innovation– From Vision to RealityChrister Löfving, Swedish TransportAdministration, SwedenForecasting the Public HealthEffect of a National ong>Roadong> SafetyProgrammeStefan Siegrist, Swiss Councilfür Accident Prevention bfu,Switzerlandong>Roadong> Safety Within the“Integrated System ofTransport Safety”Lech Michalski, Gdansk Universityof Technology, PolandLinking the Fifth Pillar to theFirst in the UN Decade of ActionMark King, Queensland Universityof Technology, AustraliaSNIP2 – A Tool for Developing aStrategic Safety ImprovementPlan by Multiple AgenciesAndrew P. Tarko, Purdue University,USA13.30-15.00Speed managementChairman: Xiaoduan Sun, BeijingUniversity of Technology, ChinaSpeed Adaption Control bySelf‐Explaining roads, SPACELeif Sjögren, VTI, SwedenEngineering Based Measures toManage Speeds on Rural ong>Roadong>sBlair Turner, ARRB Group Ltd,AustraliaSpeed Management in Sweden:Evaluation of a New Speed LimitSystemAnna Vadeby, VTI, SwedenUsing Variable Speed Limits toReduce Rear-End Collision RisksNear Recurrent BottlenecksZhibin Li, Southeast University,ChinaPerceptual Pavement Markingsand Their ApplicationLi Chang-cheng, Beijing Universityof Technology, China13.30-15.30GRSF and World Banksession ISharing solutions fortransitioning economiesWelcome and OpeningAddresses: Setting the Context• Global ong>Roadong> Safety Facility• The World Bank• Research Institute of HighwaysRoundtable Panel: SharingSolutions for TransitioningEconomies• Scale of injury and risk factors• National policy goals –similarities and divergences• Coordinated responsemechanisms at central, state andlocal level• Where are the low-hanging fruit?Deputy Director, State Administrationfor Work Safety, ChinaProf. Dinesh Mohan, India Institute ofTechnology, IndiaMs. Le Minh Chau, Deputy Director,Department of Traffic Safety, VietnamMr. Djoko Murjanto, Director General,Directorate General of Highways,IndonesiaModerated by Mark Lundell, SectorManager, the World BankCoffee and Poster Presentations 15.00-16.007

May 15 thGRSF and World Bank session no. 3 and 6The World Bank, through the Global ong>Roadong> Safety Facility(GRSF), is fully committed to the objective of significantand sustained reductions in road traffic injuries, throughactivities designed to accelerate and scale-up the efforts oflow and middle-income countries to build their technicaland managerial capacities, implement cost-effective roadong>safetyong> programs and meet their commitments under the UNDecade of Action for ong>Roadong> Safety.As part of the 16th edition of “ong>Roadong> Safety on FourContinents”, held for the first time in the world’s mostpopulated country, the Global ong>Roadong> Safety Facility will behosting an international session on injury risk factors &mitigating measures adapted to the context and dynamics ofrapidly transitioning economies.Adopting a shared frameworkThe Asia-Pacific region includes some of the world’sfastest growing and largest emerging market economies,accounting for almost 50% of the global increase in carsin circulation. With rapidly expanding vehicle fleets andunprecedented road network investments, the region will beinstrumental in reaching the overall goals of the UN Decadeof Action 2011-2020.Asian economies stand at a crossroads as they seek to avertthe road injury carnage that so often accompanies economicgrowth; both by applying well documented practices and bydeveloping innovative and country-appropriate responses.With many commonly shared challenges, Asian economieshave a real opportunity to share good practices and learnfrom each other.Target audienceThis session is of particular interest to delegates representingroad ong>safetyong> agencies, public works departments, transportresearch institutes and industry with a stake in theinternational knowledge-sharing agenda.Structure & expected outcomesThe session will elicit a multi-country review of roadtraffic injury risk factors prevailing in rapidly transitioningeconomies and the potential offered by policy responsesand engineering measures, drawing on the findings ofrecent road assessment programs funded by the World Bank.Guest panellists will discuss what improvements need tobe made both at country level and within the internationalcollaboration framework to ensure good practices areadopted much faster than today.TRID the TRIS andITRD DatabaseQuestions abouttransport research?BIC has the answersthe vti Library and information Centre (biC) hasthe responsibility for providing and disseminatinginformation and knowledge within the area of transportresearch in Sweden. As a part of this responsibility, BICruns and develops Transguide, a website where muchof the information is exposed. The contents are qualitychecked, and the structure is designed to help youquickly find what you are looking for.• Combines the records from TRB’s TRISdatabase and the OECD’s Joint TransportResearch Centre’s ITRD database• Covers all modes and disciplines oftransportation• Contains more than one million records• Gives access to more than 90,000 full-textdocuments• Is available free of chargeWe are looking forward to your feedback!visit us on the 46 13–20 43 31http://trid.trb.org9

May 16 thSession 7 Session 8Session 908.30-10.00Traffic engineeringinnovations including roaddesignChairman: Blair Turner, ARRBGroup Ltd, AustraliaBuilding ChinarapGreg Smith, iRap, AustraliaA ong>Roadong> Safety Approach For aNew Revision of the PortugueseDesign GuidelinesAntónio Lemonde de Macedo,LNEC, PortugalInnovative Intersection DesignsBetter Aligning with Safe SystemNimmi Candappa, MonashUniversity Accident Research Centre(MUARC), AustraliaLevel of Service of Safety GradedQuantitative Research forLow‐Grade Highway SectionsLizhen Du, Beijing University ofTechnology, ChinaSevere Traffic Crash Speaks:Safety Facts from Mountainong>Roadong>s in ChinaHan Hu, RIOH, China08.30-10.00ong>Roadong> user behaviour IChairman: Yanyan Chen, BeijingUniversity of Technology, ChinaWhat Motivates Drivers toDisobey Traffic Regulationsand How Can We Change ThisBehaviour?Sonja Forward, VTI, SwedenDemographic and SocioeconomicFactors Associated with TrafficCrash Involvement in FloridaMohamed Abdel-Aty, University ofCentral Florida, USAAccidents Risk and ong>Roadong> SafetyAmong Immigrants in NorwayTerje Assum, Institute of TransportEconomics - TØI, NorwayPedestrian Crashes DuringJaywalking, Can We Afford toOverlook?Jaisung Choi, The University ofSeoul, South KoreaGenomewide association studyon fallible behavior of accidentrepeateddrivers in ChinaHuiqing Jin, Anhui SanlianUniversity, China08.30-10.00Economic issues,enforcement andemergency trafficChairman: Andrew Tarko, PurdueUniversity, USASocial Costs of ong>Roadong> Crashes: anInternational AnalysisWim Wijnen, W2 Economics/SWOVInstitute for ong>Roadong> Safety Research,NetherlandsAutomated Enforcement, Get ItRight, Make It SafePhilip Wijers, GATSO, NetherlandsProgramming PoliceEnforcement in Highway WorkZonesErdong Chen, Purdue University,USAMethods of Emergency TrafficOrganization, Taking BoshenHighway As An ExamplePengpeng Jiang, RIOH, China10Coffee 10.00-10.30

May 16 thSession 10 Session 11Session 1210.30-12.00Traffic engineeringinnovations including roaddesign and geometry andbehavioural issuesChairman: Simon Washington,Queensland University ofTechnology, AustraliaTop-level Design Plan ofOperation Surveilance onNational Highway SystemYan Wang, MOT, ChinaA Driving Simulator Evaluationof ong>Roadong> Markings and SymbolicSigns on Vehicle-PedestrianConflicts.Radhameris A. Gomez, University ofMassachusetts, USAResearch on Setting of At‐GradePedestrian Crossing Facilities inShenzhen, ChinaKeman Wu, RIOH, ChinaProposal of Integrations to theItalian ong>Roadong> Regulation on CycleMobility: Learning from ForeignBest PracticesMichele Pezzagno, University ofBrescia, ItalyResearch on Cyclists MicroscopicBehavior Models at SignalizedIntersectionJiang Haifeng, RIOH, China10.30-12.00ong>Roadong> user behaviour IIChairman: Nils Petter Gregersen,VTI, SwedenDiscussion of Methods for DriverBehaviour Oriented ong>Roadong> SafetyProf. Shouen Fang, University ofTongji, ChinaCharacteristics of ChineseDrivers Attending a MandatoryTraining Course FollowingLicence SuspensionDr Judy Fleiter, Centre for AccidentResearch and ong>Roadong> Safety-Queensland (CARRS-Q), AustraliaDriver Style and DriverSkill‐Clustering Sub‐Groupsof Drivers Differing in TheirPotential Danger in TrafficLaila Martianne Martinussen,Technical University of Denmark,DenmarkTowards a Cognitive Assessmentof Senior Drivers’ Fitness toDriveMichael Hull, Pan Pacific ResearchPty Ltd, AustraliaEliminating the ManualInterference in Driving LicenseTestSrinivas Puppala, Government ofAndhra Pradesh, India10.30-12.00Rural ong>safetyong>, preventiveong>safetyong> measures, auditsChairman: Greg Smith, iRap,AustraliaRisk of Accidents DuringDarkness on ong>Roadong>s withDifferent Technical StandardsMariusz Kiec, Cracow University ofTechnology, PolandContributing Factors RegardingWrong‐Way Crashes on IllinoisFreewaysHugo Zhou, Southern IllinoisUniversity, USAong>Roadong> Safety Inspections - TheAudit of ong>Roadong>s in Operation Asan Addition for More DetailedReview of the Traffic Situation atong>Roadong> NetworkKlaus Habermehl and JürgenFollmann, Darmstadt University ofApplied Sciences, GermanyThe Practice of ong>Roadong> Safety Auditon Expressways in ChinaWu Hongbo, RIOH, Chinaong>Roadong> Safety Techniques underAdverse Weather ConditionsChangcheng Li, RIOH, ChinaLunch 12.00-13.3011

May 16 thSession 13 Session 14Session 1513.30-15.00Modelling and evaluationtechniquesChairman: Bhagwant Persaud,Ryerson University, USACalibrating VISSIM RoundaboutModel using a Critical Gap andFollow-up Headway ApproachZhixia Li, University of Wisconsin,USADeveloping Safety PerformanceFunctions for a MountainousFreewayMohamed Abdel-Aty, University ofCentral Florida, USAPredicting Drivers’ Future CrashRisk Based-on Their CrashHistoryXiaoduan Sun, University ofLouisiana, USAOccupant Diversity in Modellingand Evaluation Related to SoftTissue Neck Injuries in LowSeverity ImpactAstrid Linder, VTI, SwedenUser Cost Estimation on ong>Roadong>Networks by Means of BayesianProbabilistic NetworksMarkus Deublein, Swiss FederalInstitute of Technology, Switzerland13.30-15.00Distraction and alcoholrelated adverse effectson drivingChairman: Terje Assum, Instituteof Transport Economics - TØI,NorwayDriver Attention is Captured byong>Roadong>side Advertising SignsLene Herrstedt, Trafitec, DenmarkDesigning Evidence-BasedGuidelines for the Safe Use ofDigital Billboard Installations:Experience and Results fromAustraliaPaul Roberts, ARRB Group,AustraliaDon’t Drink and Drive WorkTowards Young PeopleHelena Hellsten, Helsäker KonsultAB, SwedenReducing Alcohol‐RelatedDriving on China’s ong>Roadong>s: TrafficPolice Officers’ Perceptions andPracticeKeqin Jia, Queensland University ofTechnology, AustraliaAlcohol- and Drug-Related FatalAccidents in Sweden: Where DoThey Occur?Susanne Gustafsson, VTI, Sweden13.30-15.00Vehicle ong>safetyong>, urban andwork zone ong>safetyong>Chairman: Karel Pospisil, CDV- Transport Research Centre,Czech RepublicWriting a Handbook of VehicleSafety MeasuresEryong Liu, Autoliv Research, ChinaAn Assessment on theEffectiveness of Traffic CalmingMarkings (TrCM) and Alternativefor Speed Regulating StripsJoshua Ng Yew Wei, Land TransportAuthority, SingaporeImpacts of Cross-SectionalElements (Median Configurationsand Bicycle Lanes) At UrbanArterial Driveway LocationsYanfen Zhou, Oregon StateUniversity, USAInfluence of Red Motorcycle Boxto the Traffic Conflict and TrafficFlow at the Ahmad Yani-LaswiSignalized IntersectionAgah Muhammad Mulyadi, Instituteof ong>Roadong> Engineering, IndonesiaSafety Evaluation of Work ZoneIncluding Its Technologies UsingStochastic MicrosimulationEssam Radwan, University ofCentral Florida, USACoffee and Poster Presentations 15.00-16.0012

May 16 thSession 16 Session 17Session 1816.00-17.30Modelling and evaluationtechniques II16.00-17.30Distraction and behaviouraleffects on driving16.00-17.30Safety managementtechniquesChairman: Mohamed Abdel-Aty,University of Central Florida, USADevelopment of SurrogateMeasures for Crash-BasedSafety EstimationBhagwant Persaud, RyersonUniversity, USASafety Performance Models forPedestrians and BicyclistsThomas Jonsson, Lund University,SwedenInvestigating Different ong>Roadong>Safety Implications of two TDMPolicy Measures: Fuel-CostIncrease and TeleworkingYongjun Shen, TransportationResearch Institute (IMOB), HasseltUniversity, BelgiumA Novel Approach for Diagnosingong>Roadong> Safety Issues usingAutomated Computer VisionTechniquesTarek Sayed, University of BritishColumbia, CanadaInter-national Benchmarking ofong>Roadong> Safety: State of the ArtYongjun Shen, TransportationResearch Institute (IMOB), HasseltUniversity, BelgiumChairman: Georg Hauger, TUWien, AustriaAnalysis of Risk Perception andBehaviour for Vulnerable GroupsProf. Yanyan Chen, BeijingUniversity of technology, ChinaDriver Reactions to Horn andHeadlight Warnings in CriticalSituations – A Simulator StudyJonas Jansson, VTI, SwedenDangerous Use of Mobile Phonesand Other CommunicationDevices While Driving – a Toolboxof CountermeasuresNils Petter Gregersen, VTI, SwedenStudy of Behaviour of TwoWheeler Drivers towards HelmetWearing, Talking on Cell Phonewhile Driving and Driving withMany Pillion RidersDr. Poonam Mittal, Uka TarsadiaUniversity, Bardoli. Gujarat, IndiaChairman: Dr. Hailong Gao, RIOH,ChinaImplementing the Safe SystemApproach to ong>Roadong> Safety: SomeExamples of InfrastructureRelated Approaches.Blair Turner, ARRB Group Ltd,AustraliaSituations and Challenges ofong>Roadong> Safety in ChinaLi Yaning, RIOH, ChinaA Comparative Study of theApplication of the StandardKernel Density Estimationand Network Kernel DensityEstimation in Crash HotspotIdentificationYue Tang, University ofMassachusetts Amherst, USAStudy of Influence of Barriers onVisibility of Two-Way HighwaysAna Paula C Larocca, University ofSão Paulo, BrazilVulnerable ong>Roadong> Users (VRUs)Safety in BangladeshMohammad Faizus Salehein,Bangladesh University ofEngineering and Technology(BUET), Bangladesh13

May 17 thSession 19 Session 20 Closing Session08.30-10.00School and child ong>safetyong>Chairman: Sonja Forward, VTI,SwedenCreating Sustainable CommunityPartnerships to Promote ong>Roadong>Safety in Schools. Case study: FitTo Drive (f2d).Graham Spencer, RMIT University,AustraliaKerry Montero, GSC Partners,AustraliaIs ITS The Solution to Creatinga Safe City Environment forChildren?Lars Leden, VTT, FinlandPer Gårder, University of Maine,USADrivers’ Intention to Comply withthe Speed Limit in School Zonesin MalaysiaMark King, CARRS-Q, Australiaong>Roadong> Safety school – How WeWork with Schools and Traffic inMalmö, SwedenLotta Cederfeldt, Streets and ParksDepartment, City of Malmö, Sweden08.30-10.00Health issues and fleetong>safetyong>Chairman: Joanna Zukowska,Gdansk University of Technology,PolandPhysical Impairment and MedicalCare Spending by ong>Roadong> AccidentVictimsLaurent Carnis and Hamza Achit,IFSTTAR, FrancePost Accident Care in PolandRyszard Krystek, Motor TransportInstitute, PolandSafedrive Medical: AssessingFitness to DrivePatricia Gayle Williams, Vicong>Roadong>s,AustraliaExposure Work Commuting:Case Study Among CommutingAccident in Klang Valley,MalaysiaNurulhuda Jamaluddin, MalaysianInstitute of ong>Roadong> Safety Research-MIROS, Malaysia10.30-11.30Closing of the 16 th RS4CconferenceChairman: Mr. NIU Kaimin, RIOH,ChinaChinese SummaryMr. ZHOU Ronggui, RIOH, ChinaInternational SummarySUN Xiaoduan, Beijing Universityof Technology, ChinaChairman’s SummaryKent Gustafson, VTI, Sweden14Coffee 10.00-10.30Lunch 12.00-13.00

May 17 thTour alternative 1Beijing Proving Ground - BJPGProving Ground for Highway and Traffic, the Ministry ofTransport (for short “Beijing Proving Ground” or “BJPG”)belongs to Research Institute of Highway, the Ministry ofTransport and invested in by the Ministry of Transport.Technical Visit 13.00-18.00BJPG is an integrated proving ground for automotiveengineering, highway engineering and traffic engineering, withlocations is in Tong Zhou Qu, Da Du She Xiang - 28 km awayfrom downtown Beijing.The total area is 2,4 km² and includes a full scale crash testlaboratory, high speed track, horizontal straightway, differentfriction coefficient test roads, and more.Tour alternative 2Traffic Engineering Laboratory of BeijingUniversity of TechnologyBeing continuously invested in for more than twenty years, thefirst-ever funded traffic engineering laboratory in China, TrafficEngineering Laboratory of Beijing University of Technology, hasbecome a world-leading open laboratory in traffic engineeringfield from its initial state in which it had only a few simpleequipments, such as air pressure cube flow detectors, radarspeed meters, counters and stopwatches.The laboratory currently comprises seven highly specializedresearch laboratories covering the areas of traffic ong>safetyong>,traffic planning, traffic simulation, traffic control, drivingbehavior, traffic information, intelligent transportation and roadengineering.TOCCBeijing Municipal Transportation Operations CoordinationCenter (TOCC) aims to establish the normalized coordination andmanagement system for the integrated transportation, promotethe operation efficiency and service of Beijing transportationsystem, strengthen the capability for traffic ong>safetyong>, emergencymanagement and disaster prevention and mitigation, alleviatetraffic congestion and provide better service for travelers.TOCC accommodates four centers: the authoritative,comprehensive and real-time traffic data center, the monitoringand warning center for transportation operation, the operationcoordination center for multi-mode transportation and thetraffic information publication center. TOCC provides service forgovernment policy, industry supervision, enterprise operationand people travel.15

Poster PresentationsInterior Tunnel Design and Traffic Safety AspectsStudy on Character of Fatal Traffic Crashes in ChinaRelationship Between Speed and Lateral Position on CurvesUN Decade of Action for ong>Roadong> Safety in the National ong>Roadong> Safety StrategyUntil 2020 – Polish ApproachVisibility – To Be Been Or Not being Seen – That Is the Difference...Findings of the Follow-up Survey - GRSI Beijing Project of ImprovingVulnerable ong>Roadong> User Safety at JunctionsCrash Fatality Risk Differences Between Access and Non-AccessControlled Highways in Pakistan: A Low-income CountryDeveloping Hierarchical Bayesian Safety Performance Functions UsingReal-Time Weather and Traffic DataAccidents Analysis and Safety Enhancement Methods – Base on ProvincialHighway S213 (from Guanling County to Xingren County) in GuizhouProvinceComparison of Field Speed Data Collection MethodsChinese Rural ong>Roadong> Traffic Safety Characteristics Analysis and TrafficSafety CountermeasuresChristofer Patten, VTI, SwedenChuanjiao Sun, RIOH, ChinaShauna Hallmark, Iowa State University,USALech Michalski, Gdansk University ofTechnology, PolandLotta Cederfeldt, Streets and ParksDepartment, City of Malmö, SwedenAnn Yuan, Global ong>Roadong> Safety Partnership,ChinaIrshad Ali Sodhar, National Highways &Motorway Police, PakistanMohamed Abdel-Aty, University of CentralFlorida, USAChao Sui, RIOH, ChinaChai Hua, RIOH, ChinaChen Yu, RIOH, China16

Poster PresentationsCause Analysis of Traffic Crashes Black Spots on Highway Long SteepDowngrades in ChinaEffects of ong>Roadong>way Segment Alignments and Locations on Rural Two-Lane Highway Crash RatesDesign Methods for Safety Enhancement Measures on Long SteepDowngradesSpeed Control Effect Study on Optical Illusion Deceleration MarkingsHighway Traffic Accident Causes Analysis Based on Expert Investigtionand Statistics Analysis MethodIn-Service Performance Evaluation of Freeway Barriers in GuangdongProvince, ChinaA Study on the Traffic Organzations of Ring ong>Roadong> Expressways UnderEmergency SituationStudy on the Safety Length of Acceleration and Deceleration Lane ofLeft‐Side Ramp on FreewayFault Diagnosis on the Highway Surveillance and Control System Basedon Petri Net ModelResearch on the Technology for Safe Operation and Management of AlpineCold and High-Altitude HighwayJiao Chengwu, RIOH, ChinaLi Jinhai, RIOH, ChinaJun-Hong Liao, RIOH, ChinaJingmei Wu, RIOH, ChinaXu Nuo, RIOH, ChinaManjuan Yang, RIOH, ChinaNale Zhao, RIOH, ChinaZhou Jin, Highway Bureau of TransportDepartment of Jiangsu Province, ChinaZhu Li-Wei, RIOH, ChinaHuang Yong, Xinjiang Institute ofTransportation Sciences, ChinaWhen seconds count...Together we can save more lives.THE ORIGINALKEYCHAINCAR ESCAPE

OrganisersVTISE-581 95 Linköping,SwedenTel: +46 13 20 40 00E-mail vti@vti.sewww. vti.seVTI, the Swedish National ong>Roadong> andTransport Research Institute, is an independentand internationally prominentresearch institute in the transportsector. The Institute is a governmentagency under the Swedish Government.VTI’s principal task is to conductresearch and development related toinfrastructure, traffic and transport.We work with all modes of transportand the fields of pavement technology,infrastructure maintenance, vehicletechnology, traffic ong>safetyong>, traffic analysis,people in the transport system,environment, planning and decisionmaking processes, transport economicsand transport system. The knowledgethat the institute provides gives a basisfor decisions for players in the transportsector and in many cases findsdirect application in both national andinternational transport policies.VTI conducts commissioned researchin an interdisciplinary organisation.The institute also works with investigations,provides consultancy services,and performs different kindsof measurement and testing services.The institute also has a great deal oftechnically advanced equipment andworld-class driving simulators. Thereis also a laboratory for road materialsand a crash test laboratory.RIOHXitucheng ong>Roadong> 8Haidian District, BeijingTel: +86-010-82019588E-mail y.jiang@rioh.cnwww.rioh.cnResearch Institute of Highway (RIOH),Ministry of Transport was establishedin 1956, which is a large-scale integratedroad transport research institutedirectly under the Ministry of Transport.Its discipline mainly covers roadconstructions, bridge construction,traffic ong>safetyong>, intelligent transportation,automotive engineering, road transportand logistics, road ecological and environmentalprotection engineering.Its education system includes a masterdegree program, a doctoral degreeprogram, and a post-doctoral researchposition. Also, it has several nationaland ministry-level laboratories, andespecially a comprehensive testingground. A high-level research teamworking in RIOH includes a ChineseAcademy of Engineering and severalwell-known experts.Department of Traffic ong>safetyong> wasfounded in 1973. It specializes inroad ong>safetyong> research and consultation,formulation of national and industrialstandards and specifications, qualitysupervision and testing of relevantproducts and projects, road ong>safetyong> audit,forensic science on traffic accident,education and development of products.BJUTBeijing Key Laboratory ofTraffic EngineeringPingleyuan No.100,Chaoyang District, BeijingTel: +86-010-67391680E-mail:, Beijing University of Technology,was founded in 1960. As the keyuniversity in Beijing, it is one of thefirst granted master’s degree and oneof the first to enter the national“211 Project” and “Education andTraining Program of Excellenceengineers” colleges.Traffic Engineering Laboratory of BJUTis “Beijing Key Laboratory of TrafficEngineering” and “State Key LaboratoryCultivation Base Co-constructed byprovince and the Ministry of Scienceand Technology of China”. The laboratorycurrently comprises seven highlyspecialized research laboratories, coveringthe areas of traffic ong>safetyong>, trafficplanning, traffic simulation, trafficcontrol, driving behavior, traffic information,intelligent transportation, androad engineering etc. It has becomea world-leading open laboratory intraffic engineering field.The theoretical and application researchesconducted by the laboratoryhave long been oriented to the hotand hard issues faced by Beijing urbantransportation, and the three specializedresearch directions; traffic behaviorand ong>safetyong>, complete informationtheory and road foundations, havebeen formed gradually on the basis ofa series of research achievements.18

RegistRationNOW OpeNwww.t2013.com20th International Council on Alcohol,Drugs and Traffic Safety Conference25-28 August 2013 Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaT2013 will present a global forum atwhich all those involved in road ong>safetyong>and injury prevention research and policy,particularly from the fields of drugsand alcohol, can meet with researchers,academics and professionals to discussand present on the latest work beingundertaken in these areas.The conference themes will providethe opportunity for a broad range ofpresentations, workshops, symposiaand discussion, and dedicated programswill be offered for young scientists, earlycareer researchers, students and thosefrom low and middle income countries.Keynote speakersDr Ralph HingsonICADTS Past PresidentPablo CarignanoBuenos Aires City GovernmentDr Leilei DuanNational Centre for Chronic andNon-communicable Disease Controland Prevention, China CDCDr Kazuko OkamuraNational Research Institute of PoliceScience, JapanDr Wolf-Rudiger NickelPast ICADTS PresidentWho should attendAcademics, researchers and practitionersin the areas of:■ Traffic and Transport Psychology■ Public Health■ Law■ Medicine■ Economics■ Law enforcement■ Public Policy■ Education■ Pharmacology and Toxicology■ Forensic Science■ Human Factors■ Alcohol Intervention and RehabilitationFor more information: or contact via email: Advert A4 Colour.indd 11920/03/13 10:43 AM organisers交 通 运 输 部 公 路 科 学 研 究 院Ministry of Transport, ChinaSupporting OrganisationsMinistry of Enterprise,Energy and Communication, SwedenTechnical Supporting OrganisationsTransportationResearch Board (TRB)National Engineering Laboratory forSurface Transportation WeatherImpacts Prevention (NELSTWIP)Global ong>Roadong> SafetyPartnership (GRSP )Forum of European ong>Roadong>Safety Research Institutes (FERSI)Global ong>Roadong> Safety Facility (GRSF)European Conference of TransportResearch Institutes (ECTRI)

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