ESRA2 (E-Survey of Road users’Attitudes) Thematic report No. 2: Speeding.

Holocher, S. & Holte, H.

ESRA (E-Survey of Road users’ Attitudes) is a joint initiative of road safety institutes, research centres, public services, and private sponsors from all over the world. The aim is to collect and analyse comparable data on road safety performance, in particular road safety culture and behaviour of road users. The ESRA data are used as a basis for a large set of road safety indicators. These provide scientific evidence for policy making at national and international levels. This thematic ESRA report on speeding describes the attitudes and opinions on speeding of road users in 32 countries from four different regions: Europe, Asia Oceania, North America and Africa. It includes comparisons among the participating countries and regions as well as descriptive results in relation to age and gender. The speeding aspects analysed in this thematic report cover the personal acceptability of speeding (individual norm) and acceptability of others (injunctive norm), self-declared speeding behaviour, attitudes and beliefs towards speeding, support for road safety policy measures and reported police checks and perceived likelihood of getting caught for speeding offences. (Author/publisher)


20190290 ST [electronic version only]

Bergisch Gladbach, Federal Highway Research Institute, 2019, 56 p., ref.; Research report number 2019-T-03-EN

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