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The ESRA Approach Towards a Joint Monitoring System on Road Users' Attitudes and Behaviour - Australian Results
The ESRA project (E-Survey of Road user' Attitudes) is a joint initiative of research organizations and road safety institutes from 25 countries (four continents). The project aims at collecting comparable (inter)national data on road users' opinions, attitudes and behaviour with respect to road safety risks. The overall aim is to provide a solid contribution to a joint monitoring system on road safety attitudes and behaviour for policy measures. The next edition of this survey will be launched in 2018. The presentation will highlight the Australian results in comparison to the results of countries from Europe, North America and Asia.