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Comparative Evaluation of Staggered Pedestrian Crossings and Pedestrian Crossings by Using Risk Analysis
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Comparative Evaluation of Staggered Pedestrian Crossings and Pedestrian Crossings by Using Risk Analysis
Kim, Tae-Ho; Park, Jun-Tae; Lee, Yeon-Hyung; Rho, Jeong-Hyun;
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 Abstract
This research is the study on the comparative evaluation of SPC (Staggered Pedestrian Crossings) vs PC (Pedestrian Crossings) using risk analysis. Accident factor was elicited by survey of driver's and pedestrian's at SPC & PC. I estimated the weight of a risk of violation and a mental burden by AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) and compared degree of risk at SPC AND PC. In conclusion, a new alternative plan of a pedestrian crossing system, staggered pedestrian crossing which plays an important role in traffic flow, pedestrian's crossings which plats an important role in traffic flow, pedestrian's convenience and traffic safer is sager than pedestrian crossings the degree of risk used this study doesn't imply an measure of the number of accident and the rate of accident, in estimating the degree of risk of pedestrian crossings, we should analyze more data of accident, behaviors, and road circumstance to include driver's and pedestrian's violation behavior in an estimate index.
 Keywords
Pedestrian accidents;Staggered pedestrian crossings (SPC);Pedestrian crossings (PC);Degree of risk analysis;AHP (Analytic hierarchy process);
 Language
Korean
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