(pp.173-181) R. Alahmadi ‘Factors affecting pilgrim’s pedestrian casualties in Al-Madinah Al-Monawarah in KSA’, World Sustainable Development Outlook, 2015

Outlook 2015 - Green Behaviour: Re-thinking policy for SustainabilityRAED ALAHMADI, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate pedestrian-vehicles pilgrims accidents in Al Madina in KSA.
Methodology: In this context, investigation of pedestrian-vehicles pilgrims accidents using statistical analysis have been carried out.
Findings: One of the main findings of this research is that the serious accident pattern indicates the need for improved pedestrian facilities for pilgrims. This is the major outcome of the modelling and the analysis in general.
Originality: The integrating of spatial data with the conventional data to assess factors that affect pedestrian accidents.
Keywords: Pedestrians; Land use; Road accidents; Traffic safety; Madinah and Pilgrims

Outlook 2015 - Alahmadi.pdf
Outlook 2015 - Alahmadi.pdf

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