Effectiveness of Behavioral Highway Safety Countermeasures
TRB┐s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 622: Effectiveness of Behavioral Highway Safety Countermeasures explores a framework and guidance for estimating the costs and benefits of emerging, experimental, untried, or unproven behavioral highway safety countermeasures.
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Estimation of Cost to Implement Countermeasures
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16-year-old drivers 42,642 Fatalities involving Accident Analysis Administrative license revocation aggressive driving alcohol alcohol-impaired driving applicable population associated with successful beneﬁt beneﬁt/cost ratio bicycle helmet booster seat characteristics associated child pedestrian countermea crash reduction death-to-injury ratio DOT HS driver education drivers with previous elderly drivers Estimated savings Evaluation example fatalities 42,642 Fatalities fatalities involving drivers fatality-to-injury ratio ﬁnes front seat occupants highway loss highway safety countermeasures Highway Trafﬁc Safety implemented injuries per fatality law for children Laws Plus Enhancements mass media McCartt measures Median fatalities motorcycle helmet motorcyclists National Highway Trafﬁc NHTSA Preusser primary seat belt primary target Proven countermeasures recidivism reduction in crashes Reduction Loss reduced relevant research resulting in savings Sanctions and Treatments seat belt law Sobriety checkpoints speciﬁc speed cameras successful programs Table target group total estimated cost Total fatalities 42,642 Trafﬁc Safety Administration Transportation Research Board Voluntary Action warning letters Washington D.C.