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Using Speed Cameras, Costs and Benefits and Driver Attitude

Hesam. Shabaniverki1, Leanne. Thomas2, Monteiro Figueira2 , and Parsa Fallah Sheikhlari2
1.Tarahan Parseh Transportation Research Institute, Tehran, Iran
2.Rensellaer Polytechnical Institute, USA; CEIT Consultant, Lisbon, Portugal; University of Heydarabad, India
Abstract—Since the 1980s, engineers tried to utilize intelligent transportation systems, ITS, as appropriate solutions to the basic problems of traffic management. ITS have been relied on to upgrade the safety level of transportation systems, to reduce the number and severity of accidents, and to improve the effectiveness of transportation methods. However, wide-spread implementation and deployment of these systems need to be behaviorally justified as well. Towards that goal, ITS must be integrated so as to model these systems for proper evaluation. This research is the study of the application of intelligent transportation systems in improving safety and driver behavior. A case study of the Tehran-Saveh Highway involving the deployment of ITS using speed control cameras for improving safety and the reduction of accidents was examined.

Index Terms—driver attitude, speed camera, its, cost and benefit, accident cost, accident reduction, safety analysis

Cite: Hesam. Shabaniverki, Leanne. Thomas, Monteiro Figueira, and Parsa Fallah Sheikhlari, "Using Speed Cameras, Costs and Benefits and Driver Attitude," Journal of Traffic and Logistics Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 21-25, March 2014. doi: 10.12720/jtle.2.1.21-25
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