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The Impact on Mobile Phone use on Pedestrian Road Crossing Behaviour
JTTTP - JOURNAL OF TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT THEORY AND PRACTICE
Mobile phone use at pedestrian crossings has been recognized as a growing problem in the field of traffic safety. The objective of the paper is to analyze the impact of mobile phone use at pedestrian crossings considering specific territory. Signalized and unsignalized intersections are observed in the study. Several factors having the impact on unsafe pedestrian crossing behaviour are identified such as: age, location and the type of mobile phone using. The model of unsafe pedestrian behaviourdoi:10.7251/jtttp2101015g fatcat:bxochlfjaffjtkzcbhqumuwpc4