Found 1071 documents.

An integrated behavioural model for active transport mode choices

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Published: 2018 : Dupont, E.; De Ceunynck, T.; Wijlhuizen, G.J.
Tags: Transport mode, Pedestrian, Bicycle, Human behaviour in traffic, International,
The current paper describes an integrated behavioural model that includes the main factors that can contribute to a modal shift from motorized to active transport modes. It has been built based on an...

Het bepalen van rijgeschiktheid bij dementie zonder rijtest op de weg

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Published: 2018 : Piersma, D.; Fuermaier, A.B.M.; Waard, D. de; Davidse, R.J.; Groot, J. de; Doumen, M.J.A.; Bredewoud, R.A.; Claesen, R.; Lemstra, A.W.; Vermeeren, A.; Ponds, R.; Verhey, F.; De Deyn, P.P.; Tucha, O.; Brouwer, W.H.
Tags: Transport mode, Passenger car, Risks, Human behaviour in traffic, Education,
Als automobilisten dementie krijgen, rijst de vraag of zij nog rijgeschikt zijn. Dit dient per patiënt onderzocht te worden met een rijtest van het Centraal Bureau Rijvaardigheidsbewijzen (CBR). De...

Helm op, discussie aan

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Published: 2019 : Knaap, P. van der
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Human behaviour in traffic,

Coaching methodology

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Published: 2018 (European Commission): Bakker, B.; af Wahlberg, A.; Craen, S. de; Fahrenkrog, F.; Lillington, T.; Ljung Aust, M.
Tags: Human behaviour in traffic, International,
MeBeSafe has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723430.

Naturalistic cycling study among Dutch commuter cyclists: comparing behaviour of cyclists on pedelecs, speed pedelecs and conventional bikes

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Published: 2017 : Stelling, A.; Gent, P. van; Groot, J. de; Twisk, D.; Vlakveld, W.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Human behaviour in traffic,
In recent years, electric bicycles have become more and more popular, both in the Netherlands and abroad. Electric bicycles can reach higher speeds and require less physical exertion than...

Reducing child deaths on European roads

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Published: 2018 (European Transport Safety Council ETSC): Adminaite, D.; Jost, G.; Stipdonk, H.; Ward, H.; Calinescu, T.
Tags: Policy, Human behaviour in traffic, Enforcement, Education, International,
More than 8,100 children have been killed in road traffic collisions over the last ten years in the European Union. In 2016 alone, 630 died. Half (48%) were vehicle occupants, 30% were pedestrians...

Harsh braking by truck drivers: A comparison of thresholds and driving contexts using naturalistic driving data

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Published: 2018 : Jansen, R.J.; Wesseling, S.
Tags: Transport mode, Freight and delivery traffic, Human behaviour in traffic,
Frequent harsh braking is an example of risky driving behaviour by truck drivers. This study explored how threshold values on longitudinal deceleration affect the detection rate of harsh braking...

Self-regulation of drivers' mobile phone use: the influence of driving context

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Published: 2018 : Christoph, M.; Wesseling, S.; Nes, N. van
Tags: Transport mode, Passenger car, Human behaviour in traffic,
Mobile phone use while driving is considered as a major concern for traffic safety. Various studies indicate negative effects of distracted driving and recent Naturalistic Driving studies report...

Heart rate analysis for human factors: Development and validation of an open source toolkit for noisy naturalistic heart rate data

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Published: 2018 : Gent, P. van; Farah, H.; Nes, N. van; Arem, B. van
Tags: Human behaviour in traffic,
Heart rate data are collected often in human factors studies. Advances in open hardware platforms and off-the-shelf photoplethysmogram (PPG) sensors allow the non-intrusive collection of heart rate...

The safety effects of (digital) roadside advertising: an overview of the literature

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Published: 2018 (CEDR): Vlakveld, W.; Helman, S.
Tags: Transport mode, Passenger car, Freight and delivery traffic, Infrastructure, Human behaviour in traffic, International,
Roadside advertising is, by its nature, designed to capture the attention of road users. Because humans have limited attentional resources it is therefore possible that such advertisements could...