TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2264 consists of 20 papers that explore automatic pedestrian detectors; infrared-based automatic pedestrian sensor data; sign visibility for pedestrians; advance yield markings; multiobjective optimization of signal timings for two-stage, midblock pedestrian crosswalk; and signal-based countermeasures for pedestrian safety.
This issue of the TRR also examines phase optimization at intersections with minimization of vehicle and pedestrian delays; crossing behaviors of pedestrians at signalized intersections; pedestrian activity at signalized intersections; lower rates of physical activity by low-income and minority populations; and measurement of greenway use in Cary, North Carolina.
In addition, this TRR highlights walking behavior prediction; probability models for pedestrian injury severity; pedestrian safety programs in centers of large cities; risk of fatality in vehicle–pedestrian crashes on national highways in Bangladesh; estimation of frequency and length of pedestrian stride in urban environments; and accessibility of complex intersections.
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