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  • Wium, DJW; Ribbens, H (National Institute for Transport and Road Research: CSIR, 1986-02)
    A method is described for setting the speed limit for a particular road section. Several speed limits based on different criteria are described for each of nine traffic and road factors. The most appropriate speed limit ...
  • Ribbens, H; Everitt, P; Noah, M (Medical Research council - University of South Africa, 2008)
    In South African, as is the case in most other developing countries, a significant proportion of the population walk or cycle on a daily basis to their places of work and to other destinations. Road accident casualties ...
  • Matsila, TA; Ribbens, H (2007-07)
    The PAVE (Professionalism, Awareness, Visibility, Education) was conceptualised with the objective to enhance the current traffic management strategies, especially with regard to the traffic law enforcement function in ...
  • van Zyl, GD; Jordaan, PW; Bofinger, HE; Curtayne, PC; de Beer, E; Emery, SJ; Jones, DJ; Paige-Green, P; Pienaar, PA; Ribbens, H; Shackleton, MC; Wolff, H (National Department of Transport, South Africa, 1993-03)
    The road user in South Africa currently experiences a large gap between gravel and paved roads in terms of the serviceability and standards which are applied. Because of the high coasts associated with current paved road ...
  • Labuschagne, FJJ; Ribbens, H (2014-07)
    In South Africa, the integration of Non-Motorised Transport (NMT) facilities into spatial development and the streetscape has not yet received sufficient attention by the different spheres of government and their implementation ...
  • Ribbens, H; Pillay, S (Southern African Transport Conference (SATC), 2008-07)
    The current road safety situation in the City of Johannesburg is a major concern to the city authority. More than 120 000 road accidents (on average about 330 accidents per day) occur every year leading to about 600 fatal ...