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Wang, Zili (author)
An ideal road management system requires a real-time assessment of pavement performance. But there are many root causes of the status quo that the expectation and the system have not been achieved yet. One of them is the monitoring system. In the Netherlands, the measurement is carried out once a year because of the budget and also because it is...
master thesis 2020
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Oskina, Maria (author)
The operation of automated vehicles in shared areas requires attention with respect to the interaction between AVs and vulnerable road users, including cyclists. Currently, the programmed interaction behavior of AVs is based on the knowledge of the interaction between conventional vehicles and cyclists. However, cyclists may react differently to...
master thesis 2019
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Reddy, Nagarjun (author)
There is a pressing need for road authorities to take a proactive role in the deployment of automated vehicles on the existing road network. This requires a comprehensive understanding of the road infrastructure requirements that would lead to safe operation of automated vehicles. In this context, a field test with Lane Departure Warning and...
master thesis 2019
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de Vries, Anouk (author)
With the introduction of Automated Vehicles (AVs), new potential traffic situations could emerge on the roads. Although several studies on AVs have been conducted, most of these studies focus on the AV technology or on the driver, while there is less emphasis on how these AVs could interact and communicate with other road users. The interactions...
master thesis 2019
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Huang, Ziye (author)
Highway construction zones post a danger to both road workers and road users because of the change of road condition and speed variance. Driverless maintenance is expected to improve traffic safety by removing road workers from work zones. This study investigates the feasibility of implementing driverless maintenance in dynamic highway...
master thesis 2019
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Borsos, Attila (author)
It is generally accepted that the road safety trend of a country is influenced by many factors related to the infrastructure, vehicles, health care etc. Nevertheless, road safety improvement is also a result of a learning process, which can come at an individual and a societal level, according to the current available literature. The former is...
student report 2019
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Bhusari, Shubham (author)
In this research, a methodology to assess the Operational Design Domain of Lane Keeping Assistance System equipped vehicles is developed. The method is mainly intended for use by manufacturers of semi-automated vehicles to assess the situations and conditions in which their lane keeping systems that are already available in the market, can and...
master thesis 2018
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Lu, Xiaolin (author)
In the past few years, the research and development of automated driving have made significant leaps in bringing theory into reality. Forecasts suggest that highly automated vehicles (SAE Level 4) may be on the streets and highways within the next decade. However, current road infrastructure is designed for human drivers, and may not be able to...
master thesis 2018
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Hoogvliet, Jeroen (author)
By means of a driving simulator experiment and an accident data analysis, this research focuses on two points: (1) an expected difference in turbulence between major fork configurations that differ in the number of mandatory lane changes for rightmost traffic going to the left-diverging roadway, and (2) an expected difference in driver...
master thesis 2018
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Reinders, Marit (author)
Speeding in motorway work zones lowers the perceived safety of road workers and increases the accident risks of traffic participants. In a work zone, traffic participants share the road with road workers. Road workers are often vulnerable and feel threatened by vehicles passing with high speed. Traffic participants are also at risk since driving...
master thesis 2017
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Hoogendoorn, Tony (author)
Cycling is one of the main transport modes in the Netherlands and the total number of bicycles and the total cycling distances are still rising. Although this seems a positive development, the number of seriously injured cyclists due to bicycle crashes without motor vehicles increased rapidly in recent years. Within these crashes the...
master thesis 2017
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Xu, Quanxin (author)
Throughout the history of pavement structure, the parallel layer structure has dominated the structural design of pavements. In other words, the entire road pavement share a uniform thickness design regardless how many lanes there are. However, due to traffic regulations and driving habits, the traffic flow most probably does not distribute...
master thesis 2017
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Rodríguez Palmeiro, Ana (author)
Automated Vehicles (AV) will be introduced on public roads in the near future. This would result in automated vehicles sharing the urban space with other road users including drivers of traditional vehicles and vulnerable road users. Pedestrians might be unable to distinguish the vehicle type (traditional or automated) they are interacting with...
master thesis 2017
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