1992 Research Publications

Annual Report to the Provost. From the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, Chapel Hill, NC. May 1991 through April 1992, 26 pp.

"Can the Crash Risk for Medically Impaired Drivers Be Reduced?" C.L. Popkin and J. R.Stewart. Journal of Traffic Medicine 20(2): 49-58, 1992.

"Cross Sections. Volume III." C.V. Zegeer and F.M. Council. In: Compendium of Safety Effectiveness of Highway Design Features. McLean, VA: Federal Highway Administration, 1991. 27 pp. FHWA, publication no. FHWA-RD-91-046.
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"Deterrence and Rehabilitation: Section 1. Deterrence." C.L. Popkin. In: Alcohol and Other Drugs in Transportation: Research Needs for the Next Decade. Transportation Research Circular No. 408, pp. 66-79 (Appendix D5A), 1993. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board.

"Deterrence and Rehabilitation: Section 2. Rehabilitation and Screening." E. Wells-Parker. In: Alcohol and Other Drugs in Transportation: Research Needs for the Next Decade (Transportation Research Circular No. 408), pp. 79-85 (Appendix D5B), 1993. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board.

The Effectiveness of Substance Abuse Assessment in Reducing DWI Recidivism in North Carolina, Especially among Less Serious Offenders. C.L. Popkin, C.A. Martell, and J. R. Stewart. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1992. 27 pp.
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An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Sanctions for DWI in Preventing Recidivism in North Carolina; Final Report for the Governor's Highway Safety Program. C.L. Popkin, J. R. Stewart, C.Martell, and J.D. Birckmayer. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1992. 27 pp.
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"An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Interlock Systems in Preventing DWI Recidivism among Second-Time DWI Offenders." C.L. Popkin, J.R. Stewart, J.Birckmeyer, C.A. Martell, et al. In: Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety--T92. Proceedings. 12th International Conference, Cologne, Germany, September 28-October 2, 1992. Cologne: Verlag TUV Rheinland, 1993, edited by H. D. Utzelmann, G. Berghaus, and G. Kroj. 6 pp.

An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Interlock in Preventing Recidivism in a Population of Multiple DWI Offenders; Final Report for the Governor's Highway Safety Program. C.L. Popkin, J.R.Stewart, C. Martell, and J.D. Birckmeyer. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1992. 25 pp.
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An Examination of Motorcyclist Injuries and Costs Using North Carolina Motor Vehicle Crash and Trauma Registry Data. J.C. Stutts and C. Martell. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1992. 113 pp.
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Manipulating Large Highway and Crash Datasets. E.G. Hamilton and C.D. Williams. In Proceedings, Northeast SAS Users Group Fifth Annual Conference. Cary, NC: SAS Institute, 1992. Pp. 91-96.

The Need for a Prototype Modern Highway Safety Information Management System [Testimony to the Subcommittee on Transportation of the Appropriations Committee, U.S. House Of Representatives]. F.M. Council. 28 April 1992. 10 pp.
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The North Carolina Traffic Assessment Needs by County Factbook. E.A. Rodgman. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1992. 134 pp.
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Occupant Restraint Monitoring Program. Final Report for GHSP Project. D.W. Reinfurt. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1992.

"Older Driver Population and Crash Involvement Trends, 1974-1988." J.C. Stutts and C.A. Martell. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 24: 317-327, 1992.

Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety: A Review of Key Program and Countermeasure Developments during the 1980's. J.C. Stutts, W.W. Hunter, L.Tracy, and W.C. Wilkinson. (USDOT HS 808 108). Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.142 pp.
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"Pedestrians and Bicyclists. Volume VI." C. V. Zegeer, J.C. Stutts, and W.W. Hunter. In: Compendium of Safety Effectiveness of Highway Design Features. McLean, VA: Federal Highway Administration, 1992. 37 pp. FHWA, publication no. FHWA-RD-91-0049.
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"Reducing Traffic Injury: Size of the Problem and Lack of Research Resources." B. J. Campbell. World Journal of Surgery 16(3): 384-388, 1992.

"Safety Effects of Geometric Improvements on Horizontal Curves."Charles V. Zegeer, J.R. Stewart, Forrest M. Council, Donald W. Reinfurt, and Elizabeth Hamilton. in Operational Effects of Geometrics and Geometric Design, Transportation Research Record No. 1356,1992.

Strategies to Educate and Increase Occupant Protection Usage among Rural Drivers and Passengers. L.M. Marchetti, W.L. Hall, W.W. Hunter, and J. R. Stewart. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center,1992. 92 pp. UNC/HSRC--92/4/2.
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