ESRA at RS5C Conference 2018 in Jeju, South Korea

Today (18/05/2018) an entire session of the Road Safety on Five Continents Conference (RS5C) in South Korea was dedicated to the ESRA project. Uta Meesmann, Vias institute (Belgium), organized this session and presented an overview on the project's approach, methodology, and most recent results. Ward Vanlaar, Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF, Canada), made a comparison of self-declared mobile use while driving in Canada, the United States, and Europe. Sangjin Han, Korea Transport Institute (KOTI, Korea), presented the results of road users' safety performance and attitudes in South Korea. Gerald Furian, Kuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit (KFV, Austria), focused in his presentation on the link between subjective safety (ESRA) and objective safety based on crash statistics.  

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