Cost-effectiveness in traffic safety.

by Arthur D. Little, Inc.

Publisher: F.A. Praeger in New York

Written in English
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Includes bibliographical references.

SeriesPraeger special studies in U.S. economic and social development
LC ClassificationsHE5614 .L57
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 167 p.
Number of Pages167
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5611165M
LC Control Number68018920

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Dec 01,  · William Haddon Jr developed his conceptual model, the Haddon matrix, more than two decades ago applying basic principles of public health to the problem of traffic safety.1, 2 Since that time, the matrix has been used as a tool to assist in developing ideas for preventing injuries of many types. As such, it provides a compelling framework for understanding the origins of injury problems and Cited by: ABSTRACT: Past experience showed too often that earthquake damage to highway components (e.g., bridges, roadways, tunnels, retaining walls, etc.) can severely disrupt traffic flows and thus negatively impacting on the economy of the region as well as post-earthquake emergency response and by: The EMS Agenda for the Future project was supported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau. This document focuses on aspects of EMS related to emergency care . This paper concludes that there is a lack of available published evidence on the cost-effectiveness of such measures and makes recommendations for further research to address this evidence gap. Keywords. cost-effectiveness, NICE, local government, air pollution, road traffic, mitigation, public health, guidance, evidence review, systematic reviewCited by: 1.

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Book Description: This report examines how traffic safety funding could be spent to reduce motor vehicle crash–related injuries and deaths. Specifically, it assesses three issues: the most cost-effective interventions at the national and state levels, whether to allocate incremental funding increases to all states or spend the funds in targeted states, and how best to allocate funds that.

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The average cost effectiveness of better road safety enforcement in Uganda is $ per death averted or $27 per life year saved (amounting to % of Uganda’s $ GDP per capita). Conclusion: The costs of traffic safety enforcement are low in comparison to the potential number of.


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Sep 10,  · Injuries are a major cause of mortality and morbidity which together result in avoidable societal costs. Due to limited resources, injury prevention interventions need to demonstrate cost-effectiveness to justify their implementation.

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