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What makes a good team? - Towards the assessment of driver-vehicle cooperation

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Published: 2021 (ACM): Petermeijer, S.M.; Tinga, A.M.; Reus, A. de; Jansen, R.J.; Waterschoot, B.M. van
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,HMI
With the introduction of driving automation, the driving task has become a shared task between driver and vehicle. Today, an increasing amount of driving tasks can be performed by the automation and...

Traffic conflicts involving speed-pedelecs (fast electric bicycles): A naturalistic riding study

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Published: 2021 : Vlakveld, W.; Mons, C.; Kamphuis, K.; Stelling, A.; Twisk, D.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Powered two-wheeler, Risks, Human behaviour in traffic,
Speed-pedelecs -fast electric bicycles offering pedal support up to a speed of 45 km/h- are a recent, environmentally friendly, and mobility efficient innovation. However, their high travel speed may...

Influencing factors of observed speed and rule compliance of speed-pedelec riders in high volume cycling areas: Implications for safety and legislation

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Published: 2021 : Stelling, A.; Vlakveld, W.; Twisk, D.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Powered two-wheeler, Human behaviour in traffic,
Speed pedelecs (s-pedelecs) are electric bicycles offering pedal assistance up to 45 km/h. S-pedelecs may contribute to a more efficient and green traffic system. However, their potential to reach...

Driver state and mental workload

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isbn: 9780081026717
Published: 2021 (Elsevier Ltd.): Waard, D. de; Nes, N. van
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,
Mental workload plays a central role in driver behavior. Unlike physical workload, mental workload is difficult to quantify as it is the result of the interaction between the task to perform, that is...

Verkeer is ‘gedrag’, maar verkeersveiligheid is méér dan ‘gedrag’

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Published: 2021 : Knaap, P. van der
Tags: Human behaviour in traffic,
Waarschijnlijk de grootste dooddoener in discussies over verkeersveiligheid is dat ‘90 procent van alle verkeersongevallen wordt veroorzaakt door menselijk gedrag’. Waarna vaak de oproep volgt tot... Read more

Adaptations in driver deceleration behaviour with automatic incident detection: A naturalistic driving study

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Published: 2021 : Varotto, S.F.; Jansen, R.; Bijleveld, F.; Nes, N. van
Tags: Infrastructure, Human behaviour in traffic,
Traffic congestion and crash rates can be reduced by introducing variable speed limits (VSLs) and automatic incident detection (AID) systems. Previous findings based on loop detector measurements...

Assessing the willingness to use Personal e-Transporters (PeTs): results from a cross-national survey in nine European cities

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Published: 2021 : De Ceunynck, T.; Wijlhuizen, G.J.; Fyhri, A.; Gerike, R.; Köhler, D.; Ciccone, A.; Dijkstra, A.; Dupont, E.; Cools. M.
Tags: Transport mode, Other modes of traffic, Human behaviour in traffic, International,
In the last few years, there has been a strong increase in the interest in and usage of socalled “Personal e-Transporters” (PeTs), also referred to as micro-mobility devices. Empirical research on...

HUMANIST 2018 – Emerging issues in human factors of vehicle automation: Introduction to the special issue of TRF

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Published: 2020 : Morris, A.; Nes, N. van; Dukic-Willstrand, T.; Charlton, S.G.
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,
Vehicle automation technology is progressing rapidly, and vehicle manufacturers now have the capability to manufacture a wholly self-driving vehicle that can cope with the demands of many traffic...

Speed characteristics of speed pedelecs, pedelecs and conventional bicycles in naturalistic urban and rural traffic conditions

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Published: 2021 : Twisk, D.; Stelling, A.; Gent, P. van; Groot, J. de; Vlakveld, W.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Human behaviour in traffic,
To assess the potential impact of the higher speeds of pedal-assisted bicycles on safety, this study compared conventional bicycles, pedelecs and speed pedelecs (hereafter called s-pedelecs) on mean...

Driver speed compliance following automatic incident detection: Insights from a naturalistic driving study

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Published: 2021 : Varotto, S.F.; Jansen, R.; Bijleveld, F.; Nes, N. van
Tags: Infrastructure, Human behaviour in traffic,
Automatic incident detection (AID) systems and variable speed limits (VSLs) can reduce crash probability and traffic congestion. Studies based on loop detector data have shown that AID systems...