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  • Overview of the RSACRP project
    Road Safety Audit and Crash Reduction Workshop
    Bandung, 27 & 28 May, 2011
    Gerard Neilson
    VicRoads International Projects
    Team Leader, RSACRP Project (IndII #194)
  • RSACRP project
    • RSA - Road Safety Audits
    • CRP - Crash Reduction Programme
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  • RSACRP project deliverables
    RSA - Road Safety Audit
    • 16 EINRIP Projects
    CR - Crash Reduction
    • CR reports for 30 sites on Jalan Pantura and Jalintim Sumatera
    • CR engineering drawings and documents for implementation at 20 sites
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  • Road Infrastructure Safety Management (RISM)
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  • RISM for Indonesia
    RSA
    Crash Reduction
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  • RSA Summary
    16 RSA Reports
    • Lead auditors included Andria Fitra (1), Arief Rizaldi (1), Jany Agustin (3) and Victor Taufik (1)
    • 6 reports being translated into Bahasa Indonesia
    • 1 report was a desk-top study
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  • How does RSA work?
    RSA is a process to ensure that,
    for road construction or re-construction projects,
    road user safety is not unduly comprised by the design.
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  • Why not make the RSA recommendations a permanent feature of future designs?
    Often, RSA recommendations lead to a re-evaluation of design standards.
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  • And what if the road is already under construction?
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  • Suggested implementation process for the current 16 EINRIP Projects
    EINRIP
    PMU
    IndII
    Subdit LKJ
    EINRIP Supervising Consultant
    Auditor
    RSACRP Project
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  • Implementation process - Stage 1
    Auditor delivers reports to Subdit LKJ, who issues reports to the PMU
    PMU and Subdit LKJ have “closure meeting”, attended by the SKJ and RSEU staff who completed the site inspection
    EINRIP
    PMU
    Subdit LKJ
    Auditor
    RSACRP Project
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  • Purpose of closure meeting
    NOT to discuss the merits of the RSA report recommendations;
    but
    to determine if there are circumstances or issues which may be relevant to or impact on the recommendations.
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  • If the closure meeting determines that there are issues which may be relevant to or impact on the audit report recommendations, the Subdit LKJ may issue a revised version of the report.
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  • Implementation process - Stage 2
    EINRIP
    PMU
    IndII
    After consultation with IndII, the PMU informs IndII of its decision in respect to the audit report’s recommendations
    The PMU directs the Supervising Consultant on how to proceed.
    EINRIP Supervising Consultant
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  • RSACRP project - CR programme
    CR - Crash Reduction
    • CR reports for 30 sites on Jalan Pantura and Jalintim Sumatera
    • CR engineering drawings and documents for implementation at 20 sites
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  • Nearly half of all road accidents in Europe occur on the two-lane rural road network.
    • these roads have lower geometric design than higher order roads;
    • they are not as well maintained;
    • head-on & run-off-road accidents are frequent,
    • and linked to:
    • high speeds;
    • dangerous overtaking;
    • driver inattention;
    • design constraints;
    • sight restrictions; and
    • roadside obstacles.
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  • Blackspot definition
    site
    is
    A blackspot should be defined as any location which:
    • has a higher expected number of accidents, than at other similar locations,
    • as a result of local risk factors.
    RiPCORD-iSEREST project, European R & D project supported by the European Commission, 2005-2007.
    sites
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  • Blackspot - a definition for Indonesia
    A blackspot is defined as any site which:
    • has a higher number of accidents, than at other similar sites,
    • as a result of local risk factors.
    A site may be either
    • a location (a curve, an intersection, etc.), or,
    • a route (typically 1 km to 20 km long).
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  • Road casualties in France (1956-2005)
    10 years
    20 years
    14 years, 83% increase
  • Three (of several) key provisions which will improve road user safety
    • Provide sealed shoulders
    • Provide delineation of the road alignment at bends and sharp curves
    • Marking hazards, particularly the end walls on narrow bridges
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  • Use of the road space
    On developed networks:
    In rural areas, vehicles travel in the traffic lane together with some motorcycles which travel at a similar speed to the vehicles. There are no pedestrians;
    In urban areas, where there are pedestrians, they typically walk on footpaths which are separated from the traffic lanes by a kerb.
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  • pedestrians
    vehicles
    motor-cycles
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  • cross-section
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  • Shared use of the road space
    pedestrians
    vehicles and motorcycles
    motorcyclists
    and pedestrians
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  • Shoulders
    traffic lane
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  • traffic lane
    3.5 m
    shoulder
    2 m
    Shoulder looks like another traffic lane.
    Shoulder is too wide and the outer edge line is not needed.
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  • Recommended carriageway widths
    On Pantura and Jalintim, from a road safety perspective, the ideal road cross-section widths on 2-lane 2-way sections in rural areas are:
    • traffic lanes: 3.5 m each
    • shoulder: 2.0 m total each side, of which
    • 1.5 m is sealed and
    • 0.5 m is gravel
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  • Carriageway width departures
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  • Culvert lengths
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  • Thank you!
    Gerard Neilson
    VicRoads International Projects
    Team Leader
    IndII RSACRP Project
    Jakarta, Indonesia
    06 May, 2011.
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