ELECTRONICS AND TRAFFIC ON MAJOR ROADS. TECHNICAL, REGULATORY AND ERGONOMIC ASPECTS. PROCEEDINGS OF AN INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR HELD IN PARIS ON JUNE 4-6, 1985.
From 1977 to 1984 12 European Community countries worked in cooperation within the framework of COST (an acronym for European COoperation in field of Scientific and Technical research) on studies of electronic aids on major roads. The Committee for Road Traffic, Signs and Signals of the European Conference of Ministers for Transport has assessed the results obtained with respect to variable message signs and considered what conclusions should be drawn in so far as international regulations are concerned. In the seminar reported in this volume the results obtained in Europe are compared with those achieved elsewhere in both the technical and regulatory fields. Particular attention is paid to socio-economic aspects and to possible implications as regards legal considerations and the question of standardizing equipment.
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 9793 EN-FR (1986) FS, 471 P., BFR 1700, EUROFFICE, LUXEMBOURG, POB 1003
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