Human Factors Guidelines for Road Systems

Human Factors Guidelines for Road Systems

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qThis report completes and updates the first edition of NCHRP Report 600: Human Factors Guidelines for Road Systems (HFG), which was published previously in three collections. The HFG contains guidelines that provide human factors principles and findings for consideration by, and is a resource document for, highway designers, traffic engineers, and other safety practitioners.q--Foreword.Discussion In-pavement flashing lights, sign-mounted flashing beacons, and flashing LEDs mounted in a€œPedestrian Crossinga€ ... Passive detection is generally preferred over using a manual pushbutton because some pedestrians may not bother to ... Careful placement of the markers where bicyclists (or motorcyclists) are not likely to ride and minimizing the height of protrusion should reduce this hazard.

Title:Human Factors Guidelines for Road Systems
Author: John L. Campbell
Publisher:Transportation Research Board - 2012-01-01

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