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OFFICE OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE TURNER-FAIRBANK HIGHWAY RESEARCH CENTER

Fast Lane - Exploring Human Behavior

Publication Information

Publication Type:
Newsletter
Publication Number:
FHWA-HRT-22-100
Abstract:

The Fast Lane is a synopsis of the current research, events, and activities being conducted by the Federal Highway Administration’s Human Factors Team. Some of the topics include the following:

  • Enhancing Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Detection and Volume Data Through Advanced Imaging Techniques
  • Research Key Automated Vehicle (AV) Safety Issues for Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO)
  • Investigate Key AV Human Factors Safety Issues related to Infrastructure
  • Human Factors Issues Related to Truck Platooning Operations
  • Evaluation of Additional Alternatives and Arrow Sizes for Overhead Arrow-Per-Lane (OAPL) Guide Signs
  • Evaluation of Aesthetically Treated Crosswalk


Recommended citation: Federal Highway Administration, Fast Lane - Exploring Human Behavior (Washington, DC: 2022) https://doi.org/10.21949/1521930

Publishing Date:
Summer 2022
Posting Date:
Volume:
16
Issue:
Summer 2022
Digital Object Identifier:
https://doi.org/10.21949/1521930
Author(s):
Mero, Laura (ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2048-9988)
Eisert, Jesse
Arnold, Michelle
Do, Ann
Philips, Brian
Publishing Office:
Office of Operations Research and Development
Laboratory:
Human Factors Laboratory
FHWA Program(s):
Research
Human Factors
Safety
AMRP Program(s):
Human Factors Analytics
Subject Area:
Safety and Human Factors