UNDERSTANDING ROAD RAGE: SUMMARY OF FIRST-YEAR PROJECT ACTIVITIES

@inproceedings{Walters2000UNDERSTANDINGRR,
  title={UNDERSTANDING ROAD RAGE: SUMMARY OF FIRST-YEAR PROJECT ACTIVITIES},
  author={Craig H. Walters and Valmon J. Pezoldt and Katie Nadine Womack and Scott Allen Cooner and Beverly T. Kuhn},
  year={2000}
}
Popular opinion has it that "road rage" is increasingly prevalent and dangerous in the urban driving environment. Whether or not this opinion is true, driver frustration in congested conditions may lead to an increase in aggressive driving, a less intentionally malignant and more common subset of road rage. The potential for significant safety benefits might be realized if transportation professionals had a better understanding of some roadway factors and characteristics of the congested… CONTINUE READING

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