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  • Survey about pedestrian safety and attitudes toward automated traffic enforcement in Washington, D.C.

    Cicchino, Jessica B.; Wells, JoAnn K.; McCartt, Anne T.
    Traffic Injury Prevention
    May 2014

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  • Raising the speed limit from 75 to 80 mph on a Utah rural interstate: effects on vehicle speeds

    Hu, Wen; McCartt, Anne T.
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    August 2013

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  • Evaluation of automated speed enforcement in Montgomery County, Maryland

    Retting, Richard A.; Farmer, Charles M.; McCartt, Anne T.
    Traffic Injury Prevention
    October 2008

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  • Evaluation of automated speed enforcement on Loop 101 freeway in Scottsdale, Arizona

    Retting, Richard A.; Kyrychenko, Sergey Y.; McCartt, Anne T.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    July 2008

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  • Traffic speeds on interstates and freeways 10 years after repeal of national maximum speed limit

    Retting, Richard A.; Teoh, Eric R.
    Traffic Injury Prevention
    April 2008

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  • Traffic speeds associated with implementation of 80 mph speed limits on west Texas rural interstates

    Retting, Richard A.; Cheung, Ivan
    Journal of Safety Research
    2008

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  • Characteristics of speeders

    Williams, Allan F.; Kyrychenko, Sergey Y.; Retting, Richard A.
    Journal of Safety Research
    2006

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  • Controversies and speed cameras: lessons learnt internationally

    Delaney, Amanda; Ward, Heather; Cameron, Maxwell H.; Williams, Allan F.
    Journal of Public Health Policy
    December 2005

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  • Evaluation of speed camera enforcement in the District of Columbia

    Retting, Richard A.; Farmer, Charles M.
    Transportation Research Record 1830
    October 2003

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  • Automated enforcement myths

    Fields, Michele
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    September 2000

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  • Changes in motor vehicle occupant fatalities after repeal of the national maximum speed limit

    Farmer, Charles M.; Retting, Richard A.; Lund, Adrian K.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    September 1999

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  • Traffic speeds following repeal of the national maximum speed limit

    Retting, Richard A.; Greene, Michael A.
    ITE Journal
    May 1997

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  • The duration of speed reductions attributable to radar detectors

    Teed, Nancy J.; Lund, Adrian K.; Knoblauch, Richard L.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    1993

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  • The effects of mobile roadside speedometers on traffic speeds

    Casey, Steven M.; Lund, Adrian K.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    1993

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  • The effect of laser speed-measuring devices on speed limit law enforcement in Charleston, South Carolina

    Teed, Nancy J.; Lund, Adrian K.
    Accident Analysis and Prevention
    1993

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  • The fatality consequences of the 65 mph speed limits, 1989

    Baum, Herbert M.; Wells, JoAnn K.; Lund, Adrian K.
    Journal of Safety Research
    Winter 1991

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  • Different speed limits for cars and trucks: do they affect vehicle speeds?

    Baum, Herbert M.; Esterlitz, Joy R.; Zador, Paul L.; Penny, Maria
    Transportation Research Record 1318
    1991

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  • Radar detector use in trucks in 17 states

    Teed, Nancy J.; Williams, Allan F.
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    November 1990

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  • Radar detector use and speeds in Maryland and Virginia

    Freedman, Mark; Williams, Allan F.; Teed, Nancy J.; Lund, Adrian K.
    Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    May 1990

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  • Motor vehicle crash fatalities in the second year of 65 mph speed limits

    Baum, Herbert M.; Wells, JoAnn K.; Lund, Adrian K.
    Journal of Safety Research
    Spring 1990

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  • The mortality consequences of raising the speed limit to 65 mph on rural interstates

    Baum, Herbert M.; Lund, Adrian K.; Wells, JoAnn K.
    American Journal of Public Health
    October 1989

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