European road users' risk perception and mobility: the SARTRE 4 survey

Dago Antov
Aurélie Banet
Cécile Barbier
Thierry Bellet
Yaw Bimpeh
Ankatrien Boulanger
Christian Brandstätter
Virpi Britschgi
Michael Brosnan
Ilona Buttler
Julien Cestac
Saskia De Craen
Patrice Delhomme
Ebru Dogan
Emil Drápela
R Freeman
Gerald Furian
Miklós Gábor
Charles Goldenbeld
Hardy Holte
Sami Kraïem
Eleonora Papadimitriou
Anja Podlesek
Marko Polič
Fermina Sánchez-Martín
Gian-Marco Sardi
Eike-Andreas Schmidt
Peter Silverans
Tamas Siska
Pavlina Skládaná
Athanasios Theofilatos
Ariande Von Below
George Yannis
David Zaidel
Neophytos Zavrides
Julien Cestac
Patricia Delhomme

The SARTRE (Social Attitudes to Road Traffic Risk in Europe) project started in 1991. It consists of a European wide survey about knowledge of road traffic laws and road traffic risks, attitudes regarding road safety issues, reported road traffic behaviours, transport habits and needs in several European countries. Various topics related to road safety are in the focus of the project such as alcohol, drugs, or phone use while driving, speeding, use of advanced driver assistance systems and the transport infrastructure and environment.



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