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8.5 References

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Charlton, SG, Mackie, HW, Baas, PH, Menenzes, M & Dixon, C, 2010 Using endemic features to create self-explaining roads and reduce vehicle speeds, Accident and Analysis and Prevention, 42, pp1989-1998.

Department for Transport, 2007, Traffic Calming: Local Transport Note 1/07, UK Department for Transport, TSO (The Stationery Office), London, UK.

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ETSC, 2011, Traffic Law Enforcement across the EU: Tackling the Three Main Killers on Europe’s Roads, http://www.etsc.eu/documents/Final_Traffic_Law_Enforcement_in_the_EU.pdf, viewed August 20 2013.

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