Ling, Huang and Wu, Jianping
A study on cyclist behavior at signalized intersections
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 5, (4), . (doi:10.1109/TITS.2004.837812).
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A study on the cyclist behavior at a signal-controlled intersection was conducted to determine the behavioral characteristics representative. The study focused on the cyclists' behavior at signalized intersections, including the crossing speeds, crossing gap/lag acceptance behavior, and group-riding behavior. Traffic data were collected by using video cameras from a wide and complex signalized intersection. The statistical analysis of data was conducted to determine the characteristics of bicycle traffic crossing speeds, gap/lag acceptance, and group riding. Interesting group behavior of cyclists at a signal-controlled intersection was discovered and analyzed. The results are useful for understanding the performance of mixed traffic at signalized intersections and building microscopic simulation models.
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