This Resource Is Part Of The ‘Travel Time. Your Time.’ Aggressive Driving Campaign.
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Travel Time. Your Time. – Managing Aggressive Driving
Videos created by Tim Roberts at Fleet Strategy
This campaign has also been developed in collaboration with Jerome Carslake (NRSPP), Gabrielle Fetalvero (NRSPP Swinburne Intern 2019/20), Kristin Cooke (MUARC Swinburne Intern 2019/2020), Caitlin Xavier (NRSPP Swinburne Intern 2020/21), Amanda Stephens (MUARC), Yacine Khouzami (Budget Direct), and Tim Roberts (Fleet Strategy).
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- Stephens, A. Groeger, J. Driven by Anger: The Causes and Consequences of Anger during Virtual Journeys.
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- Stephens, A. Trawley, S. Ohtsuka, K. Venting anger in cyberspace: Self-entitlement versus self-preservation in #roadrage tweets. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 42, pg 400-410. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2016.01.006. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1369847816000073?via%3Dihub)
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- Virginia Tech Daily. (2016). Researchers determine driver risks using large-scale, crash-only naturalistic database. https://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2016/02/022316-vtti-researchdistraction.html
- Bowden, E. (August 1, 2017). Melbourne’s road rage hotspots revealed as rate of assaults in Victoria doubles. The Age. https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/melbournes-road-rage-hotspots-revealed-as-rate-of-assaults-in-victoria-doubles-20170727-gxjuhd.html
- News.com.au. (July 18, 2017). Almost 90 per cent of Victorian drivers admit to being aggressive on the road. https://www.news.com.au/technology/motoring/almost-90-per-cent-of-victorian-drivers-admit-to-being-aggressive-on-the-road/news-story/486c4d09c50db51e0bce7ad3285f0d14