Street movement damage hazard in a provincial general wellbeing point of view

1995 days ago, 752 views
PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Diagram. Talk about impacts of a monstrous procedure for street security and danger minimizing (Vision Zero) Present land and basic patterns for private engine vehicle crashes, Norway 1998

Presentation Transcript

Slide 1

Street movement damage chance in a territorial general wellbeing viewpoint Stig H. Jorgensen Department of Geography, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway Paper for The Society for Risk Analysis – Europe gathering: Innovation and Technical Progress: Benefit without Risk? Ljubljana 11 – 13 September, 2006

Slide 2

Overview Discuss impacts of an enormous procedure for street wellbeing and hazard limiting (Vision Zero) Present topographical and basic patterns for private engine vehicle crashes, Norway 1998 – 2004. The degrees for following up methodologies on street security and wellbeing advancement in a territorial point of view Conclusions.

Slide 3

The Vision Zero methodology Carried out year 2000. Concentrate: genuinely harmed and slaughtered street clients. (Zero deadly activity wounds year 2030?) A framework chance point of view: the interaction of street clients and vehicles in the street framework. An agreement between: street specialists (framework originators) and people (street clients).

Slide 4

Background: street security and general wellbeing another worldview (and request?) for street movement in general wellbeing. Fundamental standards established in morals and value. (cf. "blameless" casualties in accidents, the estimation of an existence lost in movement) Unnecessary and avoidable wellbeing dangers (?) Public wellbeing exchange off for other (transport) benefits. (openness, local rivalry and allure) Smoothing out auxiliary (framework) disparities in general wellbeing hazard. (contamination; nourishment and water quality and so forth.) System capacities versus singular obligation and hazard taking.

Slide 5

Implications of hazard minimization Unrealistic (framework chance, human unfallibility) Individualism (flexibility, adapting limit) versus institutionalization The likelihood for harming other ('pure') street clients Risk minimization versus chance streamlining " Zero hazard" urges hairsplitting "Healthism", resilience for deviation Territorial equity is hard to accomplish

Slide 6

Possibilities for actualizing effective wellbeing measures Physical condition, arrive utilize and transportation modes Road arrange speculations Traffic quieting plans Enforcement and controls (denying of opportunity) Police implementation, speed cameras Drivers states of mind and hazard taking conduct Education, preparing, efforts Public cognizance, exposure Diffusion of security behavioral changes (security culture) Vehicle wellbeing gadgets and innovation Alcohol interlocks, Intelligent speed limiters

Slide 7

Safety needs supporting urbanized ranges ? Proposed impacts: The per capita rule and street wellbeing ventures Concentrated in zones with the most noteworthy outright no. of fatalities Supported by cost-viability/money saving advantage appraisals Preferences for populace procedures towards generally safe gatherings Non-proposed impacts: Concentrated endeavors in high activity volume regions:  a precise land contrast in the relative hazard level. A redistribution, with a higher hazard level in the provincial ranges ? More hazard inclined provincial populace?

Slide 8

Traffic mischance information Police-recorded street car crashes 1998-2004. (Norwegian Public Roads Administration) Selection: mechanized street clients, private 4-wheel cars : executed and genuinely harmed (N= 5233) Population based approach : the setback's place of living arrangement - Degree of scope for private district ( 1999 - 2004) - for the entire nation: 84.8 % (N = 4247 out of 5008) Specific missing rates for: satisfactory security: 39% liquor doubt: 1% Possible orderly predisposition: underreporting in country regions

Slide 9

Grouping of regions into territory sorts Classification by: Population thickness (rates in thickly populated zones) Size of settlement (< 5 000, 5 0000-14 999, > 15 000)

Slide 10

Fig. 1 Map of Norwegian regions showed by a country urban inclination 1998 - 2004

Slide 11

Fig. 2 Number of murdered and genuinely harmed individuals, in private 4-wheel engine vehicles, by scantily/thickly populated region and sort of place of mischance . Norway 1999 – 2004.

Slide 12

Fig. 3 Percentage of murdered and genuinely harmed individuals, in private 4-wheel engine vehicles, by meagerly/thickly populated territory and sort of place of mischance . Norway 1998 – 2004.

Slide 13

Fig. 4 Killed and truly harmed individuals, in private 4-wheel engine vehicles. Rate per 100, 000 populace (sex and age balanced) by inadequately/thickly populated territory and sort of place of home . Norway 2004 (N country = 299) (N periurban = 171) (N urban = 234)

Slide 14

Fig. 5 Percentage of slaughtered and genuinely harmed individuals, in private 4-wheel engine vehicles, by sort of place of living arrangement . Norway 1999 – 2004. (N 6 years = 1709) (N 6 years = 994) (N 6 years = 1537)

Slide 15

Fig. 6 Percentage murdered and truly harmed individuals not utilizing safety belts , in private 4-wheel engine vehicles by sort of place of home . Norway 1998 - 2004. (N 7 years = 352) (N 7 years = 167) (N 7 years = 158)

Slide 16

Fig. 7 Percentage executed and genuinely harmed individuals with doubt of liquor in private 4-wheel engine vehicles by kind of place of habitation. Norway 1998 - 2004. (N 6 years = 292) (N 6 years = 128) (N 6 years = 255)

Slide 17

Fig. 8 Percentage slaughtered and truly harmed guys included in hazard taking driving (non-use of safety belt or liquor or running off the street) 4-wheel engine vehicles by age and sort of place of home . Norway 1999-2004.

Slide 18

Table 3. Street movement damage rates (for a long time), killed and genuine harmed 4 wheel mechanized street clients per 1000 populace, by kind of private region (instruction). Norway 1998-2004.

Slide 19

Goal and intrests clashes The movement framework versus the wellbeing framework Local wellbeing security versus to unite settlements Market disappointments and negative outer impacts in the street transport framework Health dangers are regularly considered as long time accummulated dangers (smoking, slim down propensities)

Slide 20

Geographical redistribution of hazard Structural imbalance (in particular topographical conditions) Non-planned consequences of effectiveness and accessability Territotial value and uneven advancement in wellbeing strategy Neo-progressivism winds (favouring market rivalry arrangements, and conveyances) Compensation instruments ?

Slide 21

Strategies "Institutionalization" of human (driving) exercises Technical control of hazard limiting conduct Widespread reconnaissance and control framework

Slide 22

Risk limiting techniques Balancing urban-provincial productivity, balance and value Compensation, positive separation in street upgrades Implementation of non-human control frameworks Tailor made behavioral battles (neighborhood engagement)

Slide 23

Conclusions Killed and genuinely harmed vehicle tenants are gathered in meagerly populated ranges. Variations urban - rustic territories are not expanding after some time. Impacts of "Vision Zero" with respect to street clients place of habitation: Rural individuals confront a higher genuine mischance rate. A land redistribution of crash hazard in disapproval of inadequately populated regions, not in disgrace of country territories all in all. No propensities to supreme decreases or redistribution of setbacks identified with driving infringement

Slide 24

A general wellbeing objective of hazard minimization appears to be less attainable in country and inadequately populated regions for different geological and auxiliary reasons. More grounded, and more controversal, countermeasures must be executed in rustic ranges The impacts must be checked for a more drawn out time traverse.