2016 E-Survey of Road users' Attitudes - Australia fact sheet
The E-Survey of Road users' Attitudes (ESRA) project is a joint initiative of research institutes in 25 countries collecting comparable national data on road users' opinions, attitudes and self-reported behaviour with respect to road traffic risks. In total, ESRA gathered data from almost 27,000 road users; 1002 in Australia. This fact sheet shows a core set of variables in which Australia is compared with the mean results of European countries.
An overview of the project and the results are available from http://www.esranet.eu.
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Type: Research and Analysis Report
Author(s): Belgian Road Safety Institute (Vias Institute), Brussels
Topics: Community attitudes
Publication Date: 12/03/21