5th International SaferRoads Conference
Wednesday 24 May 2017

 

Keynote Speaker:

Kaye Clark, Road Safety Programme Manager, NZ Transport Agency


Session 6A: People
Chair: Chris Kennedy

Providing Professional Development opportunities at national and organisational levels – an NGO response to road safety capacity building, Jeremy Phillips, Road Safety Great Britain – Abstract, Presentation

Reflecting on Roadmarking in New Zealand, Robert Busuttil, NZ Transport Agency – Abstract, Presentation

Introducing safer motorcycling through standards-based education – roadcraft as the new normal, Phil McDaid, Institute of Advanced Motorists – Abstract, Presentation

Altering pre-drivers’ social norms, perceived risk and willingness for mobile phone usage whilst driving. Pilot evaluation. Dan Campsall, Road Safety Analysis – Abstract, PaperPresentation

 

Session 6B: Asset Management
Chair: Tim Crow

Assessing the impacts of a skid resistance policy in Scotland, Mark Stephenson, W.D.M. Limited – Abstract

Reducing Speed Limits to Support Lower Skid Resistance Investigatory Levels, Fergus Tate, NZ Transport Agency – Abstract, Presentation

Maintaining the effectiveness of audio tactile profiled roadmarkings, Kym Neaylon, Opus International Consultants – Abstract, Presentation

Highways England investigations into the effectiveness of their skid policy, Peter Sanders, TRL –Abstract, PaperPresentation

 

Session 6C: Innovation
Chair: Kaye Clark

Effective management of aggregate sources to provide good skid resistance, Michelle Cousins, NZ Transport Agency – Abstract, Presentation

Update on use of Glenbrook Melter aggregate to improve skid resistance and seal lives in Hawkes Bay: A route case study, Laurence Harrow, Opus International Consultants; Ken Holst, Dave Whitehead, NZ Transport Agency – Abstract, Presentation

Developing & implementing a Pedestrian Slip Resistance Strategy for Auckland Transport, Gerri Waterkamp, Auckland Transport – Abstract, Presentation

Innovation to stretch the safety dollar on the Wellington NOC, Daren Courtnage, Fulton Hogan – Abstract, Presentation


Session 7A: Sustainability
Chair: Bryan Pidwerbesky

Re-use of High Skid Resistance Aggregates in Porous Asphalt, Irina Holleran, University of Auckland – Abstract, Presentation

Ultra-thin Asphalt; a Safer Sustainable Surfacing Treatment, Jeff. C. Waters, Grant Bosma, Fulton Hogan – Abstract, Presentation

The Search for Polish Resistant Aggregates, Clare Dring, Fulton Hogan – Abstract, Presentation

A Safe, Sustainable, Long Life, Low Noise Surface, David Alabaster, NZ Transport Agency – Abstract, Presentation

 

Session 7B: Safety
Chair: David Dunlop

Delivering a risk-based road safety strategy to deliver cost-effective solutions, Simon Hunt, Chris Pacey, Fulton Hogan – Abstract, PaperPresentation

Non-motor vehicle related pedestrian injury on and near the road – Implications for the Safe System approach to road safety, Bill Frith, Opus International Consultants – Abstract, PaperPresentation

Temporary Traffic Management for Pedestrians and Cyclists around Worksites, Thomas Kiddle, Auckland Transport – Abstract, Presentation

Motorcycle-friendly Roads – applying a customer lens to a motorcycle safety programme, Robyn Gardener, ACC – Abstract, PaperPresentation