In 2010 VicRoads commenced a trial, known as the Repeat Speeders Trial (RST), to test and evaluate two interventions to assist Victorian recidivist speeders to reduce speeding. The first intervention is an advisory Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) system, while the second involves drivers attending a two-part behavioural intervention program. The Monash University Accident Research Centre’s (MUARC’s) main role in the project, and the focus of this report, is to evaluate the outcomes of the ISA and Behavioural Intervention (BI) sub-trials.
|Commissioning body||Roads Corporation (trading as VicRoads) (Victoria)|
|Number of pages||117|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|