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Analysis of Red-Light Violation Behavior of Pedestrian Two-Stage Crossing at a Signalized Intersection
Civil Engineering Journal
Studying pedestrians' twice-crossing behavior is of great significance to enhance safety and efficiency for pedestrians at signalized intersections. However, researchers have paid little attention to analyze and model pedestrians' red-light running behavior on a two-stage crossing at signalized intersections. This paper focuses on analyzing the characteristics of pedestrian red-light violation behavior at the two stages, including the time distribution of violation behavior, the consistency ofdoi:10.28991/cej-2019-03091257 fatcat:wbalyz5hn5eslmpw2podlrey5q