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Exploring driver and operator behaviour models in the context of automated driving – Identification of issues from a human actor perspective

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland studied human issues related to automated driving. The descriptive study explored three different theoretical approaches – one of which has been developed and applied in an industrial work context featuring a long tradition of human interaction with...

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Infrastructure measures in Norwegian cities increased cycling by 31 pct

Improved cycling facilities in city streets increased cycling by 31 pct. TØI collected data using a mobile app recording bicycle patterns. This is the first time data collected by Apps like Strava and Google Maps Timeline are used in Norway in better estimating the utility of investments for...

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Same survey of road users’ attitudes in 50 countries

At the Road Safety on Five Continents Conference, RS5C, a survey of road users' attitudes in 38 countries was presentet. Results show large differences between countries in many areas, both regarding behavior and attitudes. A new survey in 50 countries will be conducted in 2018 and the Swedish...

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A greater understanding of cyclists’ behaviour

Cyclists are often accused of not following traffic rules and being hooligans on the road. New research shows that there is no support for this perception. "Our observations reveal no such general anarchy" says Sonja Forward, researcher at VTI. Cyclists are one amongst the most vulnerable of...

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