Corpus ID: 17929441

REACTION TIME OF DRIVERS TO ROAD STIMULI

@inproceedings{Triggs1982REACTIONTO,
  title={REACTION TIME OF DRIVERS TO ROAD STIMULI},
  author={T. Triggs and W. Harris},
  year={1982}
}
  • T. Triggs, W. Harris
  • Published 1982
  • Engineering
  • The assumption of a reaction time value for drivers responding to road situations is fundamental for the design requirements involving sight distance, in particular for vertical and horizontal curves. This response time is frequently referred to as the "perception-reaction time" in traffic engineering literature. Previous attempts to estimate an appropriate value for this time are discussed, along with other relevant laboratory and field reaction time literature. It is suggested that the… CONTINUE READING
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