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Title: A needs assessment of the pedestrian safety-focused awareness campaigns, Case study: Musanze-Rwanda
Authors: Murenzi, Jean Clement
Advisors: BRIJS, Kris
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: UHasselt
Abstract: The main objective of this study was to conduct a needs assessment for the Pedestrians safety-focused awareness campaign. Violation of give-way to pedestrians at zebra crossings, cell phone use while driving, drunk driving, exceeding the speed limit, crossing the road outside zebra crossings, cell phone calling while walking, cell phone texting while walking, listen to music from ear phone while walking and checking any content from the cell phone while walking were initially assumed to inflict the vehicle pedestrian's crash. The study was concluded by indicating that a simple representation of the reality only used a few variables. Other variables that could be even more critical to the pedestrian's crashes might not have been included; however, all the models used in this study indicate only the relationship be-tween fewer variables and should be viewed as representative of the included variables. It was indicated that this study's results serve to achieve this research's objective and serve input of further research on behaviour intervention on pedestrians' safety in Rwanda. According to this study results, the conclusion highlighted that self-report near-crash data are appropriate surrogate measures of road crash risks.
Notes: Master of Transportation Sciences-Traffic Safety
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Category: T2
Type: Theses and Dissertations
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