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3.3 References

Bliss T (2004), Implementing the Recommendations of the World Report on Road Traffic Injury Prevention, Transport Note No. TN-1, World Bank, Washington DC.

Breen J, Howard E, & Bliss T (2008), Independent Review of Road Safety in Sweden, Swedish Roads Administration, Börlange.

Breen J, Humphreys RM & Melibaeva S (2013), Guidelines for Mainstreaming Road Safety on Regional Trade Road Corridors, SSATP, World Bank, Washington DC.

DaCoTA (2012a), Road Safety Management Deliverable 4.8d of the EC FP7 project DaCoTA, Brussels

DaCoTA (2012b), Work-related Road Safety Deliverable 4.8d of the EC FP7 project DaCoTA, Brussels

European Road Safety Observatory (2014), http://ec.europa.eu/transport/road_safety/specialist/knowledge/dacota/safety-issues/index_en.htm

Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) & World Bank (2006-2013), Unpublished country road safety management capacity reviews, Washington DC.

Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) (2009), Implementing the Recommendations of the World Report on Road Traffic Injury Prevention. Country guidelines for the Conduct of Road Safety Management Capacity Reviews and the Specification of Lead Agency Reforms, Investment Strategies and Safe System Projects, by Bliss T & Breen J; World Bank Global Road Safety Facility, Washington DC.

Global Road Safety Facility GRSF (2012), MDB Staff Training Program: Module 7, African Development Bank, Tunis, Tunisia

Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) (2013), Road Safety Management Capacity Reviews and Safe System Projects, by Bliss T & Breen J; World Bank, Washington, DC.

Howard E, Breen J, & Bliss T (2010) Road Safety Management Capacity Review Western Australia Final Report September 2010 Eric Howard and Associates, Jeanne Breen Consulting, and the World Bank

International Standards Organisation ISO (2012), 39001: Road Traffic Safety (RTS) Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use, Geneva.

International Traffic Safety Data and Analysis Group (IRTAD), Road Safety Annual Report 2014, International Transport Forum, Paris

Koornstra M, Lynam D, Nilsson G, Noordzij P, Pettersson HE, Wegman F & Wouters P (2002), SUNFlower: A comparative study of the development of road safety in Sweden, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, SWOV, Dutch Institute for Road Safety Research, Leidschendam. Available on the Internet: http://www.swov.nl/rapport/sunflower/sunflower.pdf

Land Transport Safety Authority (2000), Road Safety Strategy 2010: A Consultation Document. National Road Safety Committee, Land Transport Safety Authority, Wellington.

OECD (2008). Towards Zero: Achieving Ambitious Road Safety Targets through a Safe System Approach. OECD, Paris, see OECD 2008 for summary document.

Peden M, Scurfield R, Sleet D, Mohan D, Hyder A, Jarawan E, Mathers C eds. (2004), World Report on Road Traffic Injury Prevention, World Health Organization and World Bank (Washington), Geneva.

Stigson H, Kullgren A & Krafft M (2011), Use of Car Crashes Resulting in Injuries To Identify System Weaknesses, Paper presented at the 22nd International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV). Washington DC, USA. DOT/NHTSA

United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) (2011), Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011 – 2020, World Health Organization, Geneva.

United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) (2006-2013) See http://www.who.int/roadsafety/ for range of guidance produced.

Wegman F (2001), Transport safety performance indicators. Brussels, European Transport Safety Council.

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