Child pedestrians' crossing gap thresholds.

  title={Child pedestrians' crossing gap thresholds.},
  author={M L Connelly and Helen M Conaglen and B S Parsonson and Ruedi Isler},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  volume={30 4},
Three gender-balanced groups of 16 school children (5-6 years, 8-9 years, 11-12 years) participated in individual pretests of vision, hearing, and time to walk across a 12-m wide urban street and back. Each child then completed 10 roadside trials requiring judgement of the threshold point at which they would no longer cross in front of traffic approaching from their right. The judgements were made from a site immediately in front of a parked car at a point 2 m from the kerb and 4 m from the… CONTINUE READING
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