TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2002 includes 16 papers that explore a healthier way to travel, level of service of the urban walking environment and pedestrian route choice behavior, estimating nonmotorized travel demand, pedestrian counting methods at intersections, deficiencies in Florida pedestrian crash data, and methods to prioritize pedestrian high-crash locations. This issue of the TRR also examines crosswalk confusion, modeling fault in fatal pedestrian crashes, visualizing driver and pedestrian interaction with safety viewgrams, green time effects on percentage of pedestrians waiting for midblock "Walk" signal, in-roadway "Yield to Pedestrians" signs, and normal walking speed and speed when crossing a street. In addition, this issue investigates pedestrian and driver behaviors at countdown pedestrian signals, passenger comfort and capacity bottlenecks in Dutch train stations, level-of-service evaluation of pedestrian facilities operations, and estimating crossing times at high-occupancy crosswalks.
Individual TRRs, which are published on an irregular basis throughout the year, consist of collections of peer-reviewed papers on specific transportation subject areas and modes. TRB's TRR Online service allows all visitors to identify papers of interest and review abstracts of those papers. Access to the full papers is available to service subscribers and employees of TRB sponsors. Papers may also be purchased on an individual basis.
Printed copies of TRR Journals may also be purchased on an annual subscription basis. Each year, TRB publishes approximately 45 volumes of the TRR Journal, containing more than 800 papers grouped by subject.
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