Analysis of Critical Gap based on Pedestrian Behaviour during Peak Traffic Hours at Unprotected Mid-block Crosswalks

  • B Raghuram KADALI
  • Published 2015

Abstract

Pedestrians gap acceptance behaviour is an important process while crossing the road and pedestrian behavioural characteristics play a major role in gap acceptance. The existing critical gap estimation methods (Raff’s and maximum likelihood estimation (MLE)), have focused on vehicle driver critical gap calculation and these methods do not reflect pedestrian… (More)

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