A study of bicycle/motor-vehicle accidents: identification of problem types and countermeasure approaches : final report, Volume 2
Kenneth D. Cross, Gary Fisher, Anacapa Sciences, inc, United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1977 - Sports & Recreation
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accident area ACCIDENT CASE NUMBER accident diagram accident likelihood accident occurred action failure behavior bicycle bicycle lighting bicycle/motor-vehicle accidents caliper brakes CENSUS TRACT coding categories collision point Column Coordinate COMPETING NEEDS CONTRIBUTING FACTORS BICYCLIST culpability DEGRADED VISIBILITY Descriptive Data Form DETECTION EVALUATION DECISION EVALUATION DECISION ACTION evasive action Expected all traffic FAILURE UNKNOWN FAILURE FAULTY EXPECTATIONS/ASSUMPTIONS FAULTY JUDGMENTS function failure home office INFORMATION OVERLOAD INJURY LOCATION Instruct the bicyclist interview form ITEM motor vehicle Motorist Interview MOTORIST N OPERATOR DISTRACTIONS Phase evaluation PHASE SEARCH DETECTION play activity point first observable Post-Interview Evaluation pre-crash path PROBLEM TYPE procedure Radius of Curvature riding companion roadway SAMPLE scan SEARCH DETECTION EVALUATION STEP street lights Subnormal operator TEMPORARY PHYSICAL/MENTAL CONDITION traffic accident report traffic to yield/evade TYPES OF CONTRIBUTING UJ UJ VEHICLE FAILURE vehicle's Vehicles/pedestrians considered threat VISUAL OBSTRUCTIONS