CR 52: Survey of community attitudes (1986)

Touche Ross Services was commissioned by FORS to develop core questions and administrative mechanisms for running bi-annual, national surveys on community attitudes to road safety, and to administer the first survey. This is a report of results from the first survey. Issues covered in the first survey include drink driving, causes of crashes,safe driving skills, urban vs. rural crash risk, perceptions of police enforcement, etc.

Type: Research and Analysis Report

Author(s): Touche Ross Services

Topics: Community attitudes

Publication Date: 01/01/86