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  • Effects of roadwork characteristics and drivers? individual differences on speed preferences in a rural work zone 

    Steinbakk, Renata Torquato; Ulleberg, Pål; Sagberg, Fridulv; Fostervold, Knut Inge (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019-09-14)
    Work zone safety from a psychological perspective has received little attention in scientific literature. Therefore, the present study aims to explore the influence of roadwork characteristics and drivers’ individual ...
  • Commuters' satisfaction with public transport 

    Lunke, Erik Bjørnson (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-20)
    Introduction: Previous studies have shown that people’s satisfaction with their commute can have an impact on their subjective well-being and general quality of life. Public transport users tend to be less happy with their ...
  • Costs and benefits of implementing an Environmental Speed Limit in a Nordic city 

    Lopez-Aparicio, Susana; Grythe, Henrik; Thorne, Rebecca Jayne; Vogt, Matthias (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-03)
    We present a comprehensive study on the impacts and associated changes in costs resulting from the implementation of Environmental Speed Limits (ESLs), as a measure to reduce PM10 and associated health effects. We present ...
  • Embodied Energy, Costs and Traffic in Different Settlement Patterns – Travel behaviour, housing and location preferences 

    Mata, Iratxe Landa; Engebretsen, Øystein; Barlindhaug, Rolf (SINTEF Fag;, Research report, 2018-12-17)
    The objective of this report is to provide a state-of-the-art review on relevant existing studies that could be used as a background for tool development and guidelines in the EE settlement project. The report investigates ...
  • Microplastics in road dust – characteristics, pathways and measures 

    Vogelsang, Christian; Lusher, Amy; Dadkhah, Mona Eftekhar; Sundvor, Ingrid; Umar, Muhammad; Ranneklev, Sissel Brit; Eidsvoll, David; Meland, Sondre (NIVA-rapport, Research report, 2019)
    The expected main contributors to road dust-associated microplastic particles (RAMP) are rubber compounds in tyre treads, polymers used to strengthen the bitumen used in road pavement and thermoplastic elastomers used in ...

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