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The Pedestrian and Bicyclist Highway Safety Problem As It Relates to the Hispanic Population in the United States

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VI. References

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Braver, E.R., "Race, Hispanic Origin, and Socioeconomic Status in Relation to Motor Vehicle Occupant Death Rates and Risk Factors Among Adults" Accid Anal Prev, May, 2003; (3)pp 295-309; Insurance Inst. For Highway Safety, 1005 North Glebe Road, Arlington, VA 2201-4751, USA. ebraver@iihs.org.

Campbell, BJ, Zegeer, CV, Huang, HH, Cynecki, MJ, "A Review of Pedestrian Safety Research in the US and Abroad" for Fed Highway Admin., Office of Safety Research and Development, McLean VA 22101-2296. Jan., 2004;, Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599-3430.

Campos-Outcalt, D; Bay, C; Dellapena, A; Cota, M.K.; "Pedestrian Fatalities By Race/Ethnicity in Arizona, 1990-90" Am J Pre Med, 23 Aug.,2002; (2)pp 129-35; Maricopa County Dept. of Public Health, Phoenix,Arizona, 85006, USA. dougcampos@mail.maricopa.gov.

Campos-Outcalt, D; Bay, C; Dellapena, A; Cota, M.K "Motor Vehicle Crash Fatality by Race/Ethnicity in Arizona, 1990-90" Inj Prev, 09 Sept.,2003;(3)pp 152-6;. .Maricopa County Dept. of Public Health, Phoenix, Arizona, 85006,USA dougcampos@mail.maricopa.gov.

Dhillon, P.K., Lightstone, A.S., Peek-Asa, C., Kraus, J.F. "Assessment of Hospital and Police Ascertainment of Automobile Versus Childhood Pedestrian and Bicyclist Collisions" Accid Anal Prev, July, 2001;(4)pp 529-537; Southern California Injury Prevention Research Center, UCLA School of Public Health, Los Angeles CA 90095, USA.

DiMaggio, C; Durkin, M "Child Pedestrian Injury in an Urban Setting: Descriptive Epidemiology" Acad Emerg Med, Jan.,2002; (1)pp 54-62;. Dept of Emergency Medicine, Mt. Sinai Services, Elmhurst Hospital Center, Elmhurst, NY 11373, NY 11373, USA. cjd11@columbia.edu

Gresham, L.S., Zirkle, D.L., Tolchin, S., Jones C., Maroufi,A., Miranda, J. "Partnering for Injury Prevention: Evaluation of a Curriculum-Based Intervention Program Among Elementary School Children" Pediatr Nurs, 16 Apr., 2001;(2)pp 79-87; San Diego State Univ.,Graduate School of Public Health, San Diego, CA.

Gutierrez, LR, "Pedestrian Safety in Crisis: Latino Deaths on the International Corridor", 22 July 2003; CASA of Maryland, Inc.

Leaf, W.A., Preusser, D.F.; "Racial/Ethnic Patterns among Pedestrian-Alcohol Crash Fatalities", Preusser Research Group, Inc., Trumball, CT 06611, USA.

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Voas, R.B., Tippetts, S., Fisher, D., "Ethnicity and Crash Involvement" for National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Wash., DC, 20590; 17 Feb., 1999; Pacific Inst for Research and Evaluation, Bethesda, MD, Roeper P., Prevention Research Center, Berkley,CA;

Wilson, M.,"Orlando Urban Area Arterial Pedestrian Crash Study" for Metro Plan Orlando Board of Directors; 12 July, 2000.

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"Montgomery County Blue Ribbon Panel on Pedestrian and Traffic Safety - Final Report" Jan.,2002; www.co.mo.md.us

 

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