TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 174: Improving Safety Culture in Public Transportation presents research on the definition of safety culture within public transportation, presents methods and tools for assessing safety culture, and provides strategies and guidelines that public transportation agencies may apply to initiate and build a program for improving safety culture.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2015. Improving Safety Culture in Public Transportation. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/22217.
|Chapter 1 - Literature Review Highlights||14-22|
|Chapter 2 - Safety Culture Within Public Transportation||23-32|
|Chapter 3 - Safety Culture Outside Public Transportation||33-38|
|Chapter 4 - Definition and Key Components of Safety Culture for Public Transportation||39-43|
|Chapter 5 - Methods/Tools for Assessing Safety Culture||44-48|
|Chapter 6 - Key Performance Indicators||49-52|
|Chapter 7 - Best Practices||53-66|
|Chapter 8 - Improving Safety Culture at Four Transit Agencies||67-80|
|Chapter 9 - Guidelines for Improving Safety Culture and Recommendations for Additional Research||81-84|
|Appendix A - Literature Review||85-110|
|Appendix B - Transit Agency Mini Case Study Detail||111-130|
|Appendix C - Company Mini Case Study Detail||131-138|
|Appendix D - Draft Transit Safety Culture Survey||139-144|
|Appendix E - References||145-149|
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