Pedestrian Safety and Security
Pedestrian Safety is measured by the number of pedestrians killed or injured in collisions with motor vehicles and by the public’s perception of the risk of being hit by a motor vehicle.
Pedestrian Security refers to the risk of becoming a victim of violent crimes. It is measured by the incidence of crimes against pedestrians.
Crash is defined as a set of events that results in injury or property damage due to the collision of at least one motorized vehicle and may involve a collision with another motorized vehicle, a bicycle, a pedestrian or an object.
Crash Estimation is the method used for the estimation of cash frequency for both past and future in an existing or new roadway under the alternate condition.
Elements of Crash Prediction Models
Safety Performance Functions
Accident Modification Factors
Vehicular Emissions are the substances emitted from a vehicle as a result of the internal combustion. The following are the parameters determining the Vehicular Emissions:
Inspection and Maintenance of In-Use Vehicles
Road and Traffic Management
Sustainable Transportation provides access to all groups of people in the city in a manner that is within the environmental carrying capacity of the city and is affordable to both the providers and the users of the system.
The concept of Sustainability has three main components: Social, Economic and Environment.