Distracted Pedestrian Behavior on two Urban College Campuses

Volume: 43, Issue: 1, Pages: 96 - 102
Published: Jul 10, 2017
Abstract
Pedestrian injuries injure about 180,000 individuals and kill 6000 each year in the United States, and pedestrian injury rates have increased each of the last several years. Distracted pedestrian behavior may play a role in the trend of increasing risk for pedestrian injury. Using in vivo behavioral coding over the course of two weeks on two urban college campuses, this study aimed to (1) understand the type and rate of distractions engaged in...
Paper Details
Title
Distracted Pedestrian Behavior on two Urban College Campuses
Published Date
Jul 10, 2017
Volume
43
Issue
1
Pages
96 - 102
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