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Exposure-based Road Traffic Fatality Rates by Mode of Travel in France

Abstract : Travel practices are changing: bicycle and motorized two-wheeler (MTW) use are rising in some of France's large cities. These are cheaper modes of transport and therefore attractive at a time of economic crisis, but they also allow their users to avoid traffic congestion. At the same time, active transport modes such as walking and cycling are encouraged because they are beneficial to health and reduce pollution. It is therefore important to find out more about the road crash risks of the different modes of transport. To do this, we need to take account of the number of individuals who use each, and, even better, their travel levels.
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Mouloud Haddak. Exposure-based Road Traffic Fatality Rates by Mode of Travel in France. Transport Research Arena Conference 2016 (TRA 2016), Apr 2016, VARSOVIE, Poland. pp. 2025-2034, ⟨10.1016/j.trpro.2016.05.170⟩. ⟨hal-01823578⟩

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