Tamara Hoekstra, MSc, carries out research into interactions between vulnerable and less vulnerable road users, influencing traffic behaviour with education and public information, subjective road safety and automated vehicles. In addition, she is part of the SWOV team that identifies risks and advises the RDW at field tests with (partially) automated vehicles on the public roads, such as shuttle buses and truck platoons. Tamara is also involved in various other projects, such as the EU project LEVITATE concerning the future impact of Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) and the Knowledge Network for the Strategic Plan Road Safety

In 2007, Tamara Hoekstra completed the master study of Social and Organisational Psychology at Leiden University. 



Road user behaviour
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