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|Title:||Speed kills: setting and enforcing speed limits|
|Citation:||6th ITE International Conference on Road Safety and Traffic Enforcement: Beyond 2000, 6-7 September, 1999|
|Conference Name:||ITE International Conference on Road Safety and Traffic Enforcement: Beyond 2000, (6th : 1999 : Melbourne, Australia)|
|Organisation:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research (CASR)|
|Jack McLean, Craig Kloeden, Robert Anderson|
|Abstract:||The relationship between travelling speed and road safety in urban areas is considered with reference to two recent Australian studies. The findings from those studies and other sources are then discussed with reference to current practice in the setting and enforcing of speed limits in urban areas.|
|Keywords:||Speed; Speed limit|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research conference papers|
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