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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 1776-1781

Evaluation of Pedestrian Road Crossing Behavior at Signalized Intersection

Raj Kothiya, Tejas Pandya, Dr. Jayesh Juremalani, DR. DHARMESH JUREMALANI.


Pedestrian crossing behaviour is more difficult at any rotary intersection because of less response time of pedestrian as well as vehicle. It is the most concerned problem in developing urban areas to provide proper safety and instructions to the pedestrians for the same. The aim of the paper is to provide overview of pervious papers published on pedestrian behaviour aiming at factors affecting pedestrian behaviour like crossing speeds, gender, total number of pedestrians, rules, waiting time and directions. Overall aim of the paper is to provide better safety to the pedestrians, to reduce accidents and reducing waiting time at any intersection.

Key words: Pedestrian, Intersection, Mixed Traffic, Crossing Pattern.

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