Watch that bend!

July 31, 1998

There would be fewer road accidents if we knew more about the geometry of bends in the road, researchers at Middlesex University Business School have concluded. Compiling road accident data with information on the geometry of the accident sites, a team from the transport management research centre is attempting to identify high-risk sites, which could be targeted for work by engineers.

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