A special session sponsored and co-chaired by AAAFTS

On Monday (19/08/2019) two special sessions of the 22nd ICADTS Conference (International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety) were dedicated to the ESRA initiative. The organization of the sessions was a joint effort of Vias institute (Belgium), TIRF (Canada), and AAAFTS (USA). The presented ESRA results were:

  • ESRA: Cross-national monitoring of road users’ attitudes and performance | Uta Meesmann, Vias institute Belgium
  • ESRA thematic report on driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol and drugs: International comparison of 32 countries | Yvonne Achermann Stürmer, BFU Switzerland
  • Medication and driving: A comparison between Canada, Europe and the United States | Heather Woods-Fry, TIRF, Canada
  • Is BAC per se law related to drivers’ perceived attitude, acceptability, and behaviors regarding DUI? | Tara Kelley-Baker, AAAFTS, USA
  • Validation of the theory of planned behaviour in different cultural settings: International comparison of drunk-driving across 5 countries | Uta Meesmann, Vias institute Belgium
  • ESRA - Country comparison of drink-driving typologies| Gerald Furian, KFV, Austria
  • Alcohol related accidents in Europe from the perspective of legislation and road users’ attitudes | Pavlina Skladana, CDV, Tschech Republic
  • Analyses of changes in drink driving behavior, attitudes and norms during a period with reduced drink driving enforcement in Sweden: Results based on the ESRA study | Anna Vadeby, VTI, Sweden

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