The Conference of
ASEAN Road Safety 2021

6 - 7 July 2021, Malaysia

About The Conference Program Book

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Approved CPD Hours: 12

About The Conference

The 3rd Conference of ASEAN Road Safety 2021 (CARS 2021) aims to bring together policy makers, scientists, researchers, practitioners, law enforcers, academicians and a wide range of public and private organizations from the region, with an interest in the future of road safety. This conference is organised by the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) as the main organizer. The conference will be held on September 2021 in Malaysia. The conference will be a premier platform to bring together key players in road safety within the Southeast Asia region as well as the international level.

Where

MIROS, Malaysia

When

Tuesday to Wednesday
6 - 7 July 2021

Tentative

All submitted papers will be subjected to a comprehensive review process from the CARS 2021 Steering Committee and published in CARS 2021 e-proceeding. Full paper which received high scores in the review process will be published in the Scopus Journal, that will be announced lated.

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Conference Speakers

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Speaker 1

Dr Richard J. Hanowski

Virginia Tech Transportation Institute

Speaker 2

Professor Dr Andras Varhelyi

Lund University, Lund, Sweden

Speaker 3

Professor Dr Kasem Choocharukul

Chulalongkorn University

Speaker 3

Datuk Azman Ismail

PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PMB)

Speaker 3

Dr Ahmad Khushairy bin Makhtar

Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)

Speaker 3

Dr Kunnawee Kanitpong

Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

Speaker 3

Professor Dato' Dr. Ahmad Farhan Mohd Sadullah

Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)

Speaker 3

Assoc. Lt. Col. (CD), Ir. Ts. Dr Muhammad Marizwan bin Hj. Abdul Manan

Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS)

Speaker 3

Dr. Sohaib Khan

Erajaya NEXTRAF

Speaker 3

Izwan Zainal Abidin

Terra Drone Technology Malaysia (TDMY)

Speaker 3

Holger Pfriem

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection

Event Schedule

3rd CONFERENCE OF ASEAN ROAD SAFETY (CARS) 2021

Malaysia (July 2021)

Technology and Innovation in Road Safety

Participants Registration

Link Day 1 : Click Here

Gs. Nur Fazzillah Mohamed Noordin

Opening Ceremony

Doa Recitation

Welcoming Remarks

Honorary Assistant Commissioner (CD), Ir. Ts. Dr. Khairil Anwar Abu Kassim

General of MIROS

Launch of CARS 2021

YB Datuk Seri Ir. Dr. Wee Ka Siong

Minister of Transport Malaysia

CARS 2021 Sponsorship Award

Best Paper Award

Assoc. Lt. Col. (CD) Ir. Ts. Dr Muhammad Marizwan bin Hj. Abdul Manan

Keynote Session - Road Safety: The Forgotten Pandemic

PLUS' Sustainable Road Safety Initiatives

Datuk Azman Ismail

Managing Director of PLUS

Assoc. Lt. Col. (CD) Ts. Azhar Hamzah

Plenary Session I- Innovation & Technologies in Road Safety

Automated Driving Systems in Commercial Vehicle Operations

Dr Richard J. Hanowski

Towards the Development of Road Safety Strategies: Integrating Technology and a Robust Research Culture

Assoc. Lt. Col. (CD), Ir. Ts. Dr Muhammad Marizwan bin Hj. Abdul Manan

Detecting Driver's Mental Workload Using Innovation and Technologies

Dr Ahmad Khushairy bin Makhtar

Assoc. Lt. Col. (CD) Ts. Zulhaidi Mohd Jawi @ Said

Plenary Session II- Making Our Road Safer: Opportunities for Corporate Sectors

Innovation & Technologies in Road Safety - Video

Ir. Mustakim Bin Rashid.

Drone Tech : For Better and Safer Road Condition - Live

Izwan Zainal Abidin

Doing Our Part for Global Road Safety - Live

Dr Kim Leong Tan

The Road Safety Pandemic and AI - Live

Dr. Sohaib Khan

Innovation & Technology to Vehicle Fire Protection - Live

Holger Pfriem (Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection)

Virtual Exhibition

BREAK

Assoc. Lt. Col. (CD) Ir. Ts. Dr Muhammad Marizwan bin Hj. Abdul Manan

Plenary Session III - Real World Barriers to Policy Implementation

Road Safety Management - The need for a systematic approach

Professor Dr Andras Varhelyi

Localisation and Outcome based Approach to Road Safety: Malaysia's Experience in Overcoming Policy Implementation Barriers

Professor Dato' Dr. Ahmad Farhan Mohd Sadullah

Road safety infrastructure in Thailand: Current status and policy recommendations

Professor Dr Kasem Choocharukul

Motorcycle Safety Situation in Thailand: Barriers to Policy Implementation

Professor Dr Kunnawee Kanitpong

END OF DAY 1

Opening Remarks

Assoc. Lt. Col. (CD), Ir. Ts. Dr Muhammad Marizwan bin Hj. Abdul Manan

Chairman of CARS2021

Technical Session 1

Parallel 1 : TS1 - Road Safety Engineeering

Zoom link

Moderator : Alvin Poi Wai Hoong

Dr. Kunnawee Kanitpong

Design and Implementation of a Two-Way Motorcycle lane in Thailand

Ts. Nor Aznirahani Mhd Yunin

Two-wheeler Intersection Treatment: A Review

Syed Tajul Malik Syed Tajul Arif

The Effective of Traffic Calming Measures to Motorcyclists

Rohayu Sarani

The Effect of the Non-Exclusive Motorcycle Lane (NEMCL) in Reducing Fatal Crashes

Parallel 2 : TS2 - Road User Behaviour

Zoom link

Moderator : Mohd Khairul Alhapiz Ibrahim

Suhaila Azura Binti Abd Salam

An Observation on Motorcycle Stopping Behaviour at Signalized Intersection in Terengganu, Malaysia

Maisha Khan

Assessment of perceived service quality, safety and security of ride-sourcing services from passengers' perspective in Dhaka city

Mohd Shafie Nemmang

An Observational Study on Motorcycle Crossing Pattern at Three-Legged Signalised Junction in Malaysia

Ts. Muhamad Syukri Abdul Khalid

Improving Motorcycle Detection at Nighttime on Malaysia Road Traffic

Parallel 3 : TS2 - Road User Behaviour

Zoom link

Moderator : Maslina Musa

Dr. Mohamad Ghazali Masuri

Perceived Stress and Attitude towards Safe Driving Scale among Elderly in Malaysia

Nuura Addina Mohamad

Stress and Anxiety on the road: The silent victims and their sufferings

Dr. Suhaila Abdul Hanan

Factors Influence the Use of Mobile Phone While Driving Among Malaysian Young Drivers

Dr. Suhaila Abdul Hanan

Automated Enforcement System (AES) in Reducing Speeding Behaviours in Peninsular Malaysia: Perception of Being Caught (POBC)

Parallel 4 : TS3 - Vehicle Safety

Zoom link

Moderator : Ts. Aizzat Syazwan Amir

Mohd Amirudin Mohamad Radzi

Fatalities of Belt-Restrained Occupants in Frontal Crashes: The Contributing Factors

Fauziana Lamin

Relationship between Passenger Vehicle Value Reduction and Ownership Period for Locally Produced Passenger Vehicles

Ts. Zarir Hafiz Zulkipli

Failure Analysis in Vehicular Crash Reconstruction

Andrew Lee (TriTech Sdn Bhd)

Improving Visibility Improving Safety

BREAK

Technical Session 2

Parallel 1: TS1 - Road Safety Engineeering

Zoom link

Moderator : Norfaizah Mohamad Khaidir

Assoc. Lt. Col. (CD) Ir. Ts. Dr. Muhammad Marizwan Abdul Manan

The Post-Mortem of Road Safety Audit Stage 5

Alvin Poi Wai Hoong

A Sustainable Road Safety Investment Plan for Persiaran Saujana Impian

Ts. Suhaimi Mat Saad

Evaluation Impact of Different Color Road Signage to the Driver's Behavior at Horizontal Curve of Two-Lane Rural Highway

Parallel 2: TS2 - Road User Behaviour

Zoom link

Moderator : Roziana Shahril

Siti Nurul Suhada Binti Rosle

A Correlational Analysis on the Factors Contributing Road Accidents among Food Delivery Motorcyclists

Phanuphong Phajongkha

Evaluating Factors of Severe Injuries on Motorcycle Rear-End Collision in Thailand by Ordered Regression Modeling

Nora Sheda Mohd Zulkiffli

An Empirical Study on Motorcycle Movements at Four-legged Signalised Intersections

Parallel 3: TS2 - Road User Behaviour

Zoom link

Moderator : Ir. Ts. Mohd Hafzi Md Isa

Najwa Shaari

A Survey On Seatbelt Wearing And Dummy Buckle Usage

Rabihah Ilyas

Nudging Seatbelt Wearing via Technology

Amelia Hazreena Abdul Ghani

An Observational Study on Stage Bus Driving Behaviour: A Case Study in Klang Valley

Lerdmanus Bumrungsup

A Study on Factors Lead to Rear-End Crash Potential in Car-Following Mode

Parallel 4: TS3 - Vehicle Safety

Zoom link

Moderator : Noor Faradila Paiman

Ir. Mohd Syazwan Solah

Ride-hailing Vehicle Roadworthiness Status

Ts. Aqbal Hafeez Ariffin

Roadworthiness of Aged Heavy Commercial Vehicles from Vehicle Inspection Perspective

Ts. Ahmad Saife Salleh

NCAP-Rated Fleet in Malaysia's E-Hailing Policy

Dato' Ooi Win Juat (PUSPAKOM)

Vehicle Inspection Process at PUSPAKOM towards Road Safety

Technical Session 3

Parallel 1: TS1 - Road Safety Engineeering

Zoom link

Moderator : Nur Zarifah Harun

Ts. Ho Jen Sim

An Empirical Study on Gap Acceptance at Roundabout

Ts. Mohammad Johan Suhairin

Empirical Study Analysis of Dierent Colour Of Signages At Tangent Horizontal Curve Area Of Two-Lane Rural Highway

Nur Zalikha Abdul Jalil

A Case Study: The 85th Percentile Operational Speed of a Two-Lane Rural Highway at Different Road Segments for Different Speed Limit Signage Colours

Nurul Ashikin Othman

How many chevrons apart for a safe lane changing?

Parallel 2: TS2 - Road User Behaviour

Zoom link

Moderator : Normala binti Abdul Malik

Ts. Gs. Azzuhana Roslan

Malaysian Cyclist: How Visible They Are

Hawa Mohamed Jamil

Identification of Intersection Treatment based on International Best Practices for Bicycle Lane

Roziana Shahril

Basikal Lajak: What you need to know

Parallel 3: TS4 - ITS & Innovation in Road Safety

Zoom link

Moderator : Ts. Ahmad Noor Syukri Zainal Abidin

Vimal Rau Aparow

Virtual Safety Testing Framework for Automated Vehicle in Urban Environment using Malaysian Road Networks

Dr. Ahmad Azad Ab. Rashid

Psychometric Analysis of Hazard Prediction Test Using Rasch Measurement Model

Ts. Dr. Noor Irza Mohd Zaki

Auditory Alert for In-Vehicle Safety Technologies: Awareness and Perception

Ts. Muhammad Ruhaizat Abd Ghani

Development Of Variable Speed Limit (VSL) System on Adverse Weather Condition In Malaysian Expressway

Parallel 4: TS5 - Road Safety Management

Zoom link

Moderator : Nurulhana Borhan

Mohd Hafiz Afifi Azmi

A Scorecard for Measuring Performance of Heavy Good Vehicle (HGV) Drivers: A perspective of Community Safety

Mohamad Suffian Ahmad

Improvement on Safety Practices among Express Bus Operators Through Safety Star Grading (SSG)

Noor Kamaliah Alias

Commuting Accident: Issues Related to Speeding and PPE Usage among motorcycle commuters in Peninsular Malaysia

Al-Baraa Abdulrahman Al-Mekhlaf

The characteristics of traffic road accidents of oil and gas transportation tankers in Malaysia : Descriptive Statistics

BREAK

Technical Session 4

Parallel 1: TS1 - Road Safety Engineering

Zoom link

Moderator : Ts Ho Jen Sim

Amzar Fikri Mansorrudin

On Street Parking Impact Towards Level of Service (Los) Of Urban StreetCase Study At Jalan Susur Kulai 2, Taman Indahpura, Kulai, Johor

Mohd Shafie Nemmang

The Effectiveness of the Zig-Zag Marking Approaching Pedestrian Crossing - Case Study in Malaysia

Ts. Suhaimi Mat Saad

Case Study: A Comparison Between Road Users' Operational Speed Towards Without And Red Signage At A Horizontal Curve Of A Two-Lane RuralHighway

Parallel 2: TS2 - Road User Behaviour

Zoom link

Moderator : Nora Sheda Mohd Zulkiffli

Dr. Rizati Hamidun

Exploring the crossing behaviours of the primary school children in Malaysia

Nur Zarifah Harun

The crossing speed of visually impaired pedestrian at the signalized pedestrian crossing

Noor Faradila Paiman

Proper Installation and Optimal Usage of Child Restraint System (CRS): Post Implementation of CRS Law

Parallel 3: TS5 - Road Safety Management

Zoom link

Moderator : Dr. Ahmad Azad Ab. Rashid

Dr. Zamira Hasanah Zamzuri

Mining opinions of Malaysian drivers on the underreporting issues

Desheila Andarini

Road Safety Analysis in Traffic Safety And Management Aspect At The Roadway Of Palembang-Indralaya, Ogan Ilir, South Sumatera, Indonesia

Afiqah Omar

Current Standards and Practises on Micromobility Device

Ali Ahmed Mohammed

Prediction of Traffic Accidents Using An Artificial Neural Network

Parallel 4: TS6 - Mass Transport & Safe Mobility

Zoom link

Moderator : Amelia Hazreena Abdul Ghani

Aini Hazwani Shahrir

Malaysia's Railway Safety: A Critical Review

Gs. Nur Fazzillah Mohamed Noordin

Factors Influencing Public Transport Use: A Study of Klang Valley Commuters' Information System Tools

Aini Hazwani Shahrir

How Driving Mobility Trend Affected Average Congestion Level during the First Wave of COVID-19 in Malaysia

Fawziya Fariha Anan

Evaluation of Satisfaction Level of Water Bus Services in Dhaka City from Commuters' Perspective

Technical Session 5

Parallel 1: TS1 - Road Safety Engineering

Zoom link

Moderator : Ts. Gs. Azzuhana Roslan

Umma Halima

A Comparative Analysis of Speed Variations among Different Lanes for Different Distances from the Point of Jaywalking Initiation

Aine Kusumawati

Modelling the Relationship between Safety Barrier and Crash Fatality Outcome using Binary Logistic Regression

Norfaizah Mohamad Khaidir

An Empirical Study on Traffic Characteristic at Highway Rest and Service Area

Ts. Sharifah Allyana Syed Mohamed Rahim

The risk of head-on collision on federal road in Johor

Parallel 2: TS2 - Road User Behaviour

Zoom link

Moderator : Nor Fadilah Mohd Soid

Ts. Nurulhuda Jamaluddin

Driver Behavior at Signalized Crossing around Primary School

Ts. Khairul Hafezad Abdullah

A Bibliometric Review on Trends and Evolution of Road User Behaviour Research

Dr. Mohamad Ghazali Masuri

Driving experience and Attitude towards Safe Driving Scale among Malaysian drivers

Parallel 3: TS5 - Road Safety Management

Zoom link

Moderator : Najwa Shaari

Mustika Sari

A Safety Behavior in Ramp Area Activity in Indonesia Airport during COVID 19

Sakif Ahmed

A Study on Comparison of Noise Level At Educational Institutions Adjacent To Highways Connecting With Dhaka City

Akmalia Shabadin

Fatigue Among Heavy Vehicle Drivers on Expressway

Maslina Musa

Association of fatigue and driving behaviour among lorry drivers

CLOSING

Datuk Suret Singh

Chairman of MIROS

END OF CARS 2021

  • Participant will be given 15 minutes for presentation and 3 minutes for Q&A
  • The program is subject to change and will be updated continuously up to the conference. Kindly contact the Secretariat (cars2021@miros.gov.my) for any related inquiry.
  • To view full tentative program, click here.

Conference Venue

Conference venue location info and zoom link

MIROS, Malaysia

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Conference Fee

Presenter

RM 250 / USD 65
e-cert, e-proceeding, CPD points & access to conference

Presenter (Student)

RM 150 / USD 40
e-cert, e-proceeding, CPD points & access to conference

Paid Participant

RM 50 / USD 15
e-cert, CPD points & access to conference

Free Participant

FREE
Access to conference

Contact Us

Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS)

Address

MIROS, Lot 125 - 135, Jalan TKS 1, Taman Kajang Sentral, 43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia

Phone Number

+6 03 8924 9200