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Roadside infrastructure for safer European roads: D02 Summary of driver behaviour and driver interactions with roadside infrastructure
reportposted on 2006-06-20, 13:53 authored by W.H. Janssen, S. De Ridder, R.F.T. Brouwer, Robert Thomson, Helen Fagerlind, G. Lanner, Guy Dupre, Olivier Bisson, J.M. Garcia, A. Figaredo, J. Papi, A.V. Martinez, A. Amengual, J. Valtonen, Marko Kelkka, U. Goose, Cees W. Klootwijk, H. Mooi, H. Hoschopf, Claire L. Naing, Julian HillJulian Hill, W. Wink
Purpose: The literature review presented here was conducted within Work- Package 1 of the EU-RISER project. Within this Workpackage, Task 1.3 consisted of collecting existing literature identifying the response of the driving public to changes in road design, in order to prevent severe consequences of single vehicle run of road accidents. This Deliverable (D 02) serves as a starting point to include Human Factors principles within the roam of roadside infrastructure design by means of developing guidelines and analysis procedures necessary to select, implement, and operate a safe, efficient and affordable roadside infrastructure in the EU.
CitationJANSSEN et al, 2006. Roadside infrastructure for safer European roads: D02 Summary of driver behaviour and driver interactions with roadside infrastructure. Project RISER, European Community
NotesThis Project was funded by the European Community under the ‘Competitive and Sustainable Growth’ Programme (1998-2002).