Studying the Behaviour of Pedestrians and Drivers Within Pedestrian Crossings
Every third road accident in Poland involves a pedestrian as a participant or, most of the time, a casualty. Pedestrian accidents are usually the result of complex situations and the outcome of a number of factors related to driver and pedestrian behaviour and road infrastructure. Safety depends largely on how well the traffic condition is perceived and on visibility in traffic. The re-lations between pedestrians and motorists and the resulting hazards should researched to ensure that pedestrians are provided with the right conditions for walking.
Marcin Budzyński, Kazimierz Jamroz, Łukasz Jeliński, Mariusz Kieć. (2018). Studying the Behaviour of Pedestrians and Drivers Within Pedestrian Crossings, 96-106.
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