Augmented Speed Enforcement (aSE) Part 2 of 2 PATH

Although fewer vehicle miles are traveled in rural areas than urban areas, there are approximately 42 percent more fatal crashes in rural areas compared to urban areas. Aggressive driving behaviors such as speeding are primary factors contributing to major-injury and fatality crashes. Moreover, studies have shown higher crash rates at specific highway locations such as work zones that temporarily set lower speed limits. Work zone crashes rates are especially high on rural two-lane two-way highways. To reduce traffic fatalities and injuries, technologies have been developed and applied to automatically detect traffic violations. One technology employed to proactively manage speeding is Automated Enforcement Systems (ASE), which supplement traditional traffic law enforcement activities by remotely detecting speed violators and automatically processing speeding citations.


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    • Status: Active
    • Funding: $754826.00
    • Sponsor Organizations:

      California Department of Transportation

      1227 O Street
      Sacramento, CA  United States  95843
    • Project Managers:

      Nguyen, Ha

    • Performing Organizations:

      Regents of the University of California, Berkeley

      Berkeley, CA  United States 
    • Principal Investigators:

      Skabardonis, Alexander

    • Start Date: 20091101
    • Expected Completion Date: 0
    • Actual Completion Date: 20120928
    • Source Data: RiP Project 27668

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    Filing Info

    • Accession Number: 01466068
    • Record Type: Research project
    • Source Agency: California Department of Transportation
    • Files: RIP, STATEDOT
    • Created Date: Jan 3 2013 3:10PM