Paper presented at the 30th Annual Southern African Transport Conference 11-14 July 2011 "Africa on the Move", CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa.
The development of a scientific based law enforcement quality control model to monitor
barrier line violations in the Limpopo Province is belng proposed to reduce road traffic
casualties (fatalities and injuries) cause by illegal overtaking on barrier lines and to
promote quality road usage by all road users in the Province. This Barrier Line
Management Model (BLMM) can be applied provincially, nationally and internationally.
Quality Control Models (QCM) are statistical tools that can be used to monitor violation
rates in a scientific manner and are used to address the problem of barrler lines violation in the Limpopo Province. Quality control models for speeding and drunken driving were developed as part of the Traffic Management System (TMS) which is part of the Transport System, Pretorlus (1999). The TMS's disciplines and functional areas will reduce illegal overtaking on barrier lines and casualties through the implementation of the BLMM in the Limpopo Province. The development of the model for barrier line violations is base on the same principles, however, with a different mathematical approach. This is for the flrst tlme being implemented in the Limpopo Province.
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