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Dimitriadis, Stamatis (author)
Mobility of disabled people has as a basic guarantee the traffic safety. Walking for disabled may have improved considerably compared to the past, but there are stillissues such as the safe crossing at signalized crosswalks. Also, the availability of studies on safe crossing for disabled pedestrians is limited. While it has been understood how...
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Mentink, Thomas (author)
The research of connected automated vehicles (CAVs) is an emerging topic within the field of transport & planning. It is not a question of whether the vehicles will be available for commercial use, but rather a question of when they will arrive. The safety of these vehicles is a necessary and ongoing discussion. In current research, a...
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Sevenster, Annemartijne (author)
Overtaking on two-lane roads can cause dangerous situations, due to drivers’ errors during the gap acceptance decision. Understanding gap acceptance decisions can help mitigate these situations. Response time (i.e. the time it takes the driver to evaluate the gap and make a decision) has been shown to provide valuable insights into the cognitive...
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Baumfalk, Henk (author)
Microsimulation can substantiate traffic safety analysis. The questions is how to use the information from microsimulation to say something about the general safety at network level. The objective of this research is to find out how microsimulation can be used to quantify traffic safety at a network level. For this, the surrogate safety...
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Wang, Xinyi (author)
The COVID-19 global pandemic has a great negative influence on the event industry. Decreasing number of festivals poses threats to cultural and economical development. This research aims to close this research gap by developing a SARS-CoV-2 transmission risk analysis method for large events by modelling crowd interactions at different types of...
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Chün, Jean-Paul (author)
The Dutch rail sector is one of the most heavily used rail networks in Europe. It plays a critical role in the domestic transportation of passengers. Disruptions in the operation of one organisation can have a cascading effect on others within the sector. Risk management needs to identify and address these weaknesses to prevent largescale...
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Theuwissen, Eline (author)
In the Netherlands, the bicycle is a popular means of transport. One of the benefits of cycling is improved health due to more physical activity. However, cycling also causes a health burden due to the many cycling accidents in the Netherlands. The share of single bicycle accidents, where no collision with another road user is involved, has...
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