Influencing driver behaviour

Security and crime prevention / Prevention theory

Influencing driver behaviour


This issue is dedicated to the subject 'Influencing driver behaviour'. The decision is actuated by the fact that in June, this year, under the auspices of the International Penal and Penitentiary Foundation (I.P.P.F.) a conference will be held at Rotterdam on Penal law and Traffic. Besides an introductory article by P. Allewijn, head of the branch Road Safety at the Department of Traffic and Public Works, 'Justitiƫle verkenningen' no. 4 includes a number of extended summaries and a number of abstracts selected per part-subject. The wide selection of literature has come about in cooperation with the Institute for Road Safety Research (SWOV). Since this issue will at the same time serve as orientating material for the conference, by way of exception an English version is published.


P. Allewijn - Criminal law and the traffic society; an introductory article 5

Bibliography on influencing driver behaviour 16

  1. Accident-linked factors: driver, vehicle, highway and environment 17
  2. The driver as accident factor 33
  3. Influencing driver behaviour 45
    3.1. Propaganda, training and education 45
    3.2. Traffic control and sanctions 64
    3.3. Technical aids 92

Publication data

Year of publication:
Justitiƫle verkenningen 1977/may