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- 1Before-And-After Evaluation
This study examined the safety effects of the City of Edmonton’s mobile enforcement program. Four years of city-wide monthly collision data, enforcement statistics, and employment rate data was incorporated in a generalized linear Poisson model. It was found that the estimations of the...
Before-and-after empirical Bayes evaluation of automated mobile speed enforcement on urban arterial roadsDownload
Speeding is a leading factor in road collisions and is found to contribute to approximately one third of fatal collisions. Speed enforcement is one of the most common countermeasures used to reduce speed. However, a gap exists in the literature regarding the effectiveness of automated mobile...
The safety of locations operating under high-speed conditions could significantly differ from that of locations operating under low-speed conditions. Therefore, different approaches must be adopted when analyzing and managing speed and safety at locations operating under different regimes....
Operating a mobile photo radar enforcement program: A framework for site selection, resource allocation, scheduling, and evaluationDownload
This paper introduces a systematic, data-driven framework by which to operate a mobile photo radar enforcement (MPRE) program, consisting broadly of site choice, enforcement resource allocation and scheduling, and evaluation. The overall goal is provide a framework for operating an MPRE program...
Relationship between road safety and mobile photo enforcement performance indicators: A case study of the city of EdmontonDownload
Mobile photo enforcement (MPE) programs are commonly implemented to regulate speed and improve road safety. However, most previous research focuses mainly on validating the safety effects of MPE, with very minimal discussion on the enforcement performance indicators (EPIs). Therefore, the goal of...
Towards setting credible speed limits: Identifying factors that affect driver compliance on urban roadsDownload
Road geometry, vehicle characteristics, and weather conditions are all factors that impact a driver’s perception of a safe or credible speed and, consequently, the driver’s decision on whether or not to comply with the posted speed limit. In fact, the role a road’s environment plays in a driver’s...
Using GIS to interpret automated speed enforcement guidelines and guide deployment decisions in mobile photo enforcement programsDownload
Automated speed enforcement (ASE) guidelines are designed to guide enforcement agencies in operating ASE programs that are effective in improving traffic safety. Given that appropriate deployment decisions are essential to a program’s effectiveness, a number of deployment priorities are generally...