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Publications related to Vision Zero

This is a collection of publications related to Vision Zero, primarily from Sweden but also other countries.

The collection includes research articles, reports, conference papers, government bills and information material to the public. Several publications are available in full text. Some of the references leads directly to the publication and other refers to journals. A few of the publications are only available in Swedish. Automatic translating from Swedish by using google.se is recommended as an alternative to Google translate.

Barle, A. (2004). National Coalition for Road Safety - Be a model driver and set a good example for others. Borlänge: Swedish National Road Administration. (Online shop)

Belin, M.-Å. Höök, H., Tingvall, C., Hartzell, P. (2013). Advancing road safety management: The new standard ISO 39001. Routes/Roads 359: 30-35. (External link)

Belin, M.-Å., Johansson, R., Lindberg, J., Tingvall, C. (1997). The Vision Zero and its Consequences. In: A.S. Hakkert (ed) The Fourth International Conference on Safety and the Environment in the 21st Century: November 23-27, 1997, Tel Aviv, Israel: book of proceedings. (PDF-file, 259 kB, opens a new window)

Belin, M.-Å., Tillgren, P., Vedung, E. (2012). Vision Zero: A road safety policy innovation. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 19 (2): 171-179. doi:10.1080/17457300.2011.635213. (External link)

Belin, M.-Å., Tillgren, P., Vedung, E., Cameron, M., Tingvall, C. (2010). Speed cameras in Sweden and Victoria, Australia: A case study. Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (6): 2165–2170. doi:10.1016/j.aap.2010.07.010. (External link)

Belin, M.-Å., Vedung, E., Meleckidzedeck, K., Tingvall, C. (2014). Carrots, Sticks and Sermons: State policy tools for influencing adoption and acceptence of new vehicle safety systems. In: Regan, M.A., Horberry, T., Stevens, A. (eds.) Driver Acceptance of new technology. Theory, Measurement and optimisation: 241-252. Farnham: Ashgate.

Belin, M-Å., Tillgren, P. (2012). Vision Zero - How a Policy Innovation is Dashed by Interest Conflicts, but May Prevail in the End. Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration 16 (3): 83-102. (External link)

Breen, J., Howard, E. & Bliss, T. (2008). An independent review of road safety in Sweden (2008:109). Borlänge: Swedish Road Administration (External link).

Healy, D., Regan M. A., Tingvall, C., Williams, L. (2000). Investing in new technology to reduce accidents and improve safety in transport. Journal of Australasian College of Road Safety :557-63 (External link).

Johansson, R. (2009). Vision Zero: Implementing a policy for traffic safety. Safety Science 47 (6): 826–831. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2008.10.023. (External link)

Kommunikationsdepartementet (1997). Nollvisionen och det trafiksäkra samhället (Regeringens proposition 1996/97:137). Stockholm: Regeringskansliet. (External link)

Krafft, M., Kullgren, A., Lie A., Tingvall, C. (2009). From 15% to 90% esc penetration in new cars in 48 months: The Swedish experience. Proceedings of the 21st International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Jun 15-18, 2009; Stuttgart, Germany. (External link)

Krafft, M., Kullgren, A., Lie, A., Tingvall, C. (2006). The Use of Seat Belts in Cars with Smart Seat Belt Reminders: Results of an Observational Study. Traffic Injury Prevention (7): 125–129. doi:10.1080/15389580500509278. (External link)

Larsson, P., Dekker, Sidney W.A., Tingvall, C. (2010). The need for a systems theory approach to road safety. Safety Science 48: 1167–1174. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2009.10.006. (External link)

Larsson, P., Tingvall, C. (2013). The Safe System Approach: A Road Safety Strategy Based on Human Factors Principles. In: Harris (ed) Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Applications and Services. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 8020: 19-28. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39354-9_3. (External link)

Magnusson, P., Jakobsson, L., Hultman, S. (2011). Alcohol Interlock Systems in Sweden: 10 Years of Systematic Work. American journal of preventive medicine 40 (3): 378-9. doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2010.11.015 (External link)

Ministry for Industry, Employment and Communications (2004). Continued action for road safety. Stockholm: Regeringskansliet. (PDF-file 1 MB)

Nihlén Fahlquist, J. (2006). Responsibility ascriptions and Vision Zero. Accident Analysis & Prevention 38 (6): 1113-1118. doi:10.1016/j.aap.2006.04.020. (External link)

Näringsdepartementet (1999). 11 punkter för ökad trafiksäkerhet (Näringsdepartementets Promemoria 1999-04-09). Stockholm: Regeringskansliet (PDF-file 25 kB).

Näringsdepartementet (2003). Fortsatt arbete för en säker vägtrafik. (Regeringens proposition 2003/04:160). Stockholm: Regeringskansliet. (External link)

Näringsdepartementet (2009). Mål för framtidens resor och transporter (Regeringens proposition 2008/09:93). Stockholm: Regeringskansliet. (External link)

Rosencrantz, H., Edvardsson, K., Hansson, S. O. (2007). Vision Zero: Is it irrational? Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 41: 559–567. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2006.11.002. (External link)

Swedish Road Administration (2005). In-depth studies of fatal accidents save lives. Borlänge: Swedish Road Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2010). It must not happen again! OLA - a systematic collaboration for safer road traffic. Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2011). Analysis of Road Safety Trends 2010: Management by Objectives for Road Safety Work, Towards the 2020 Interim targets (2011:118). Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2012). Analysis of Road Safety Trends 2011: Management by Objectives for Road Safety Work, Towards the 2020 Interim targets (2012:150). Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2013). Analysis of Road Safety Trends 2012: Management by Objectives for Road Safety Work. Towards the 2020 Interim targets (2013:178). Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2014). Analysis of road safety trends 2013: Management by Objectives for Road Safety Work Towards the 2020 Interim targets. Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2012). Analytic report: Review of Interim Targets and Indicators for Road Safety in 2010–2020 (2012:162). Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2013). ATK annual report 2012: Road safety cameras (2014:147). Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2010). Checklist: for those thinking of getting an alcohol ignition interlock (alcolocks). Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Transport Administration (2013). Alcohol ignition interlocks (alcolocks) for commercial and professional use. Borlänge: Swedish Transport Administration. (Online shop)

Swedish Work Environment Authority (2006) Road safety: A work-environment issue. Stockholm: Swedish Work Environment Authority. (PDF-file 50 kB, opens a new window)

Svedlund, J. Belin, M.-Å., Lie, A. (2009). ISA implementation in Sweden: From research to reality. Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference. 2009 Intelligent Speed Adaptation Conference: Program & abstracts. 10-13 November 2009, Sydney, Australia. (External link)

Sveriges Riksdag (1997) Protokoll 1997/98:13. Torsdagen 9 oktober. Stockholm: Sveriges Riksdag. (External link)

Sveriges Riksdag (2004) Protokoll 2004/05:37. Torsdagen den 25 november. Stockholm: Sveriges Riksdag. (External link).

Tingvall, C. (1997). The Zero Vision: A Road Transport System Free from Serious Health Losses. Transportation, Traffic Safety and Health: 37-57. doi:10.1007/978-3-662-03409-5_4. (External link)

Tingvall, C. (2009). Comment Claes Tingvall, Chair of ISO/PC 241, Road traffic safety management system. ISO paves the road to traffic safety management systems. ISOfocus 6 (9): 1. (External link)

Tingvall, C., Haworth, N. (2000). Vision Zero: An ethical approach to safety and mobility. In: Jraiw, K. (ed). Road safety & traffic enforcement: beyond 2000: 6-7 September 1999, Melbourne, Australia: proceedings. (External link)

Tingvall, C., Lie, A., Johansson, R. (2000). Traffic safety in planning: A multidimensional model for the zero vision. In: von Holst, Nygren, Andersson (eds) Transportation, Traffic Safety and Health - Man and Machine: 61-69. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-57248-7_6. (External link)

Trafikutskottet (1998.) Nollvisionen och det trafiksäkra samhället (Betänkande 1997/98:TU4). Stockholm: Sveriges Riksdag. (External link)

Trafikutskottet (2004). Fortsatt arbete för en säker vägtrafik (Betänkande 2004/05:TU2). Stockholm: Sveriges Riksdag. (External link)

Vägverket (2004). Regeringsuppdrag: En samlad redovisning av trafiksäkerhetsarbetet mm. Borlänge: Vägverket. (PDF-file 755 kB, opens a new window)

Vägverket (2007). The Tylösand Declaration. Borlänge: Vägverket. (Online shop)

Vägverket (2008). Målstyrning av trafiksäkerhetsarbetet - aktörssamverkan mot nya etappmål år 2020. Borlänge: Vägverket. (Online shop)