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Traffic Safety Basic Facts 2012 - Accident Causation

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posted on 21.04.2017 by Pete Thomas, Alan Kirk, Laurie Brown, Jeremy Broughton, Christian Brandstaetter, George Yannis, Petros Evgenikos, Panagiotis Papantoniou, Nimmi Candappa, Michiel Christoph, Kirsten van Duijvenvoorde, Martijn A. Vis, Jean-Francois Pace, Maria Teresa Tormo, Jaime Sanmartín, Mouloud Haddak, Lea Pascal, Marie Lefevre, Emmanuelle Amoros
National accident databases mostly focus on crash circumstances so in-depth investigations are required to provide a more detailed analysis of causation. This Fact Sheet presents basic information about the causes of accidents based on two separate databases gathered in the SafetyNet project. It differs from other Basic Fact Sheets as the data is not currently expected to be updated, unlike the CARE database, so it provides a snapshot of accident causation factors. Nevertheless it illustrates some of the value that can be gained from the collection and analysis of in-depth accident data. The EC SafetyNet project produced two crash database processes which examined different aspects of the European accident problem. These were a Fatal Accident database at intermediate level and an in-depth Accident Causation Database. In both cases the detail of the data recorded far exceeded that normally available from national databases.

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DaCoTA Project co-financed by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Mobility & Transport.

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THOMAS, P. ... et al, 2013. Traffic Safety Basic Facts 2012: Accident Causation. IN: DaCoTA Project Deliverable D3.9: Assembly of Basic Fact Sheets and Annual Statistical Report - 2012. 20pp.

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