Injury research - under-reporting, inequalities, and safety in numbers - Dr Rachel Aldred

Injury research - under-reporting, inequalities, and safety in numbers - Dr Rachel Aldred

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Dr Rachel Aldred is a Reader in Transport at the University of Westminster. Today (17 May 2018) saw the launch of a number of key reports by Rachel on injury risk. The interview with Rachel seeks to answer questions such as: 1. How many un-reported road injuries are there? Who is most affected? 2. Do drivers using residential streets put pedestrians at greater risk than drivers using main roads? 3. Is ‘safety in numbers’ observed over time? 4. What kinds of roads have higher/lower injury ... See More

Chapters

  1. 00:34
    Benefits of cycling
  2. 01:49
    How many un-reported injuries are there?
  3. 03:50
    Inequalities in injury risk
  4. 05:58
    Do drivers using residential streets put pedestrians at greater risk than drivers using main roads?
  5. 08:12
    Is safety in numbers observed over time?
  6. 11:10
    New research on the 'exposure' to risk for cyclists
  7. 13:42
    Influence on road speeds on cycling safety
  8. 15:33
    Number of motor vehicles and safety
  9. 16:51
    Impact of new cycling infrastructure in London - future research
  10. 17:05
    Sepearated cycle track have one-nineth risk of injury based on Candaian study by Kay Teschke
  11. 17:32
    UK vs. Netherlands in terms of cycling risk
  12. 19:08
    Key messages to Government from the research

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