All abstracts of the accepted contributions will be published at www.cyclingsafety.net (conference permanent website).
The full papers will be treated in the following way:
- A selection of scientific papers will be recommended for further submission to a special issue of ‘Accident Analysis & Prevention‘ journal.
- All remaining papers by default will be included in the conference proceedings published at www.cyclingsafety.net.
- The authors may consider submitting their paper to any other journal of their choice. In this case, they should inform organizers so that the paper is withdrawn from the proceedings.
AAP special issue
‘Accident Analysis & Prevention‘ journal organises a special issue devoted to the ICSC 2020/21 conference.
Based on advice from the Scientific Committee, a selection of papers has been recommended for further submission to the special issue.
Submission deadline was 31st January 2021.
Please, note that the recommendation does not guarantee publication as the papers will go through the regular review process at the journal.
‘Accident Analysis & Prevention‘ (ISSN 0001-4575, Impact Factor 3.058 in 2019) provides wide coverage of the general areas relating to accidental injury and damage, including the pre-injury and immediate post-injury phases. Published papers deal with medical, legal, economic, educational, behavioral, theoretical or empirical aspects of transportation accidents, as well as with accidents at other sites.
Utriainen, R., M. Pöllänen (2021) How automated vehicles should operate to avoid fatal crashes with cyclists? Accident Analysis & Prevention 154, pp. 106097