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6.9 References

Austroads, (2013) Guide to Road Safety Part 2: Road Safety Strategy and Evaluation, Austroads, Sydney, Australia.

Bliss T & Breen J (2012), Meeting the management challenges of the Decade of Action for Road Safety, IATSS Research 35 (2012) 48–55

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

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.

MUARC, (2008), Development of a New Road Safety Strategy for Western Australia, 2008 – 2020, Report No. 282, Corben B, Johnston I, Vulcan P, Logan D.

Mulder, J & Wegman, F, (1999), A trail to a safer country, PIARC XXIst World Road Congress, Kuala Lumpur, SWOV, Leidschendam, Netherlands.

New Zealand Ministry of Transport, (2010), Safer Journeys 2010–2020 Strategy, New Zealand Ministry of Transport, Wellington, New Zealand.

OECD, (2002), Safety on roads: what's the vision? Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris, France.

OECD (2008), Towards Zero: Achieving Ambitious Road Safety Targets Through a Safe System Approach, OECD, Paris, France.

PIARC (2012), Comparison of National Road Safety Policies and Plans, PIARC Technical Committee C.2 Safer Road Operations, Report 2012R31EN, The World Road Association, Paris.

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Republic of Indonesia, (2011) National Road Safety Master Plan 2011-2035,

Road Safety Authority, (2013), Road Safety Strategy, 2013—2020, Government of Ireland, http://www.rsa.ie/Documents/About%20Us/RSA_STRATEGY_2013-2020%20.pdf

SWOV, (2005), SUNflower+6; A comparative study of the development of road safety inthe SUNflower+6 countries: Final report, Wegman F, Eksler V, Hayes S, Lynam D, Morsink P, and Oppe S.

Wenk, S & Vollpracht, H (2013), A comprehensive approach for road safety exemplified by the State of Brandenburg 1991-2012, World Road Association (PIARC), Routes/Roads 360, 88-93.

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