An on-road network analysis-based approach to studying driver situation awareness at rail level crossings.

@article{Salmon2013AnON,
  title={An on-road network analysis-based approach to studying driver situation awareness at rail level crossings.},
  author={Paul M. Salmon and Michael G. Lenn{\'e} and Kristie L. Young and Guy H. Walker},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2013},
  volume={58},
  pages={195-205}
}
Crashes between cars and trains at rail level crossings are problematic worldwide. Despite this, key facets of driver behaviour at rail level crossings, such as situation awareness and decision making, remain ambiguous. This is largely down to the inability of existing methodologies to describe or evaluate the cognitive aspects of driver behaviour when negotiating rail level crossings. This paper showcases an on-road approach for examining driver situation awareness at rail level crossings. The… CONTINUE READING

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Despite this , key facets of driver behaviour at rail level crossings , such as situation awareness and decision making , remain ambiguous .
Despite this , key facets of driver behaviour at rail level crossings , such as situation awareness and decision making , remain ambiguous .
Despite this , key facets of driver behaviour at rail level crossings , such as situation awareness and decision making , remain ambiguous .
Despite this , key facets of driver behaviour at rail level crossings , such as situation awareness and decision making , remain ambiguous .
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