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Her er en oversikt over publikasjoner som presenterer funnene fra Safety in Numbers-prosjektet. LISTEN VIL SNART OPPDATERES MED LENKER TIL PUBLIKASJONENE.

Conference Papers/Journal articles

Safety in Numbers - Uncovering the mechanisms of interplay in urban trfdsfsfdansport with survey data

AF, TBJ

ICSC, 2013, Helmond

Exploring the mechanisms behind the Safety in Numbers Effect: A behavioural analysis of interactions between cyclists and car drivers in Norway and Denmark

MdG, AF, ALA, TBJ

ICSC, 2014, Gothenburg

Safety in Numbers - combining a panel design and cross-cultural survey to examine the suggested mechanisms

AF, TBJ, HBS

ICSC, 2014, Gothenburg

Analysing traffic conflicts – comparing the Swedish Traffic Conflict Technique (TCT) and the Dutch Objective Conflict Technique for Operation and Research*

MdG, ALA

ICTCT, 2014, Karlsruhe

Safety in Numbers for cyclists – conclusions from a multidisciplinary study of seasonal change in interplay and conflicts

AF, TBJ, HBS, ALA

ICSC, 2015, Hannover

Cross-comparison of three surrogate safety methods to diagnose cyclist safety problems at intersections in Norway

ALA, MdG, N. Saunier, AF

ICSC, 2015, Hannover

Safety in Numbers for cyclists – conclusions from a multidisciplinary study of seasonal change in interplay and conflicts

AF, TBJ, HBS, ALA

AAP special issue

Cross-comparison of three surrogate safety methods to diagnose cyclist safety problems at intersections in Norway

ALA, MdG, N. Saunier, AF

AAP special issue

Reports

Datainnsamling og datapreparering - Safety in Numbers

AF, HBS

Working paper 50543

Oversikt over datamaterialet og innledende analyser – Safety in Numbers

HBS

Working paper 50562

Safety in Numbers  - What does the survey data tell us about seasonal changes?

AF, TBJ

Working paper 50822

Safety in Numbers  - What does the survey data tell us cross national differences?

AF, TBJ

Working paper 50823

Data fra Norge, Sverige, Danmark – en oppsummering av spørreundersøkelsen i felt og hjemme

RII

Working paper 50816

Safety in Numbers – a cross national comparison using survey data

RII

Report nr XXX

Video-observations to understand the Safety-in-Numbers effect for cyclists

ALA

Working paper 50881

Tram drivers

HBS

 

Tram drivers home

Lise

 

Other

Oslo – A bicycle city for the concerned, the speedy and the rebels - Exploring preference for infrastructure using a multidimensional bicyclist typology

Ragnhild B.Ø. Skaugen

Master thesis, Aalborg university

Kampen om gata - En analyse av trafikantgruppers mikrosamspill i Oslo

Mari A. Hjorteset

Master thesis, University of Oslo

      

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