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Road user behaviour with a special focus on vulnerable road users—technical, social and psychological aspects

2–3 April 2007
Beijing, China
Local organiser(s): Rong Jian, Zhong Liande
The conference was organized in close co-operation with the Transportation Research Center, Beijing University of Technology.


Welcome message

Liu Xiaoming

Welcome message

Lu Zhenyang

Vulnerable road users: behaviour

Road user behaviour with special focus on vulnerable road users

Lars Åberg

Analysis on behaviours and safety of VRUs at unsignalized roadway crosswalk

Shi Jiangang

Safety and contentment of pedestrians in dependence to various mobility conditions

Christine Chaloupka

Perceptive and cognitive process in the pedestrian decision-making: How Do Pedestrians Cross at Intersection ?

Ariane Tom

Vulnerable road users: infrastructure

Criteria for adequate infrastructure for elderly people in traffic

Dirk Boenke
Jürgen Gerlach

The Influence of Urban Crossroad Facilities on Pedestrian Safety in Shanghai, China

Qian Yubin

Accessibility and usability of the public space for vulnerable road users are indicators for quality of life. Conclusions from three European projects: HOTEL, ASI, SIZE

Gudrun Haindl

Research on vulnerable road user’s traffic safety design at city intersection

Wang Shuling

Evaluation of pedestrian infrastructure and pedestrian behaviour in Jordan

Leena Shbeeb

Study on the impact of signals on mid-block street crosswalk safety: a case study in Beijing

Leena Shbeeb

Vulnerable road users: others

Personalised hazard warning system for safety improvements of vulnerable road users

Olaf Czogalla

COST 358 – Pedestrians’ Quality Needs

Ralf Risser

Risk exposure assessment of pedestrians in urban area using a GIS

Sylvain Lassarre
Emmanuel Bonnet
Eleonora Papadimitriou

A short history of pedestrian safety policies

Nicole Muhlrad


Study on core techniques of static highway operation safety management system

Guo Zhong-yin
Wang Yan
Kong Ling-qi

A comparison between Swedish and Nigerian taxi drivers

Henriette Wallén Warner

Investigation of the impact of driver’s individual psychology and socio-psychology on driving behavior

Sun Mingling

The quantification of driver stress and their influencing factors

Yiyi Wang

The effect of transport models on road infrastructure, traffic management and behavior on transport system users with special focus on vulnerable road users

Hermann Knoflacher

Simulation on the form and kinematics law of contacting process for car/pedestrian collision

Xu Hong-guo

Role and limit of safety education, and necessity of safety support systems by a car and ITS: Successful control of risky driving and over dependence on the safety support systems

Shunji Taniguchi

The application of road safety audit in China

Hongbo Wu

Highway problems & accident analysis

Characteristics of freeway traffic crash in China

Zhong Liande

Deeply investigation on serious crashes in China

Wang Changjun

Fuzzy evaluating method to distinguish the black spot of the road

Pei Yulong

Research on the taxi traffic accident and violation identification model

Liu Haoxue

Freeway design consistency evaluation – a case study on driving simulator

Jian Xiong

Roadside safety evaluation by analyzing the roadside structures of Jingjintang expressway in China

Jiang Bi Hu

Viewing traffic safety issues from victims’ standpoints

Yukio Oguri

Risk study on daily traffic mode of the dwellers living

Chen Yan

Poster session

Behavior analysis and simulation modeling of overtaking in two-lane highway

Liu Shi-jie

Modeling freeway real-time operating safety evaluation based on fault tolerance

Yang Zhiqing

Study on signs comprehension and driving safety

Wang Fang

The application of BP neural network principal component analysis in the forecasting the road traffic accident

He Ming

Traffic safety situation and suggestions of safety policy for China

Zhong Xiaoming

Influence of mountainous road alignment on traffic safety and reconstruction measures

Wang Yuanyuan

Discussion on environmental sensors station sitting for expressway

Li Changcheng

Study on the application of access management in the 1st-grade highway

Lu Guangming

Adjusting the length of acceleration lane about MaJuQiao Interchange

Xu Qiushi

Study on emergent route guidance strategy on accident occurring section in urban road net

Yao Liya

Risk study on daily traffic mode of the dwellers livingalong the western highways in China—a case studyof Ping-Zhong section of G109-national highway

Chen Yan
Hu Jiangbi
Liu Xiaoming

Additional papers

Study on the application of access management in the

Tang Jun-jun

Changing position of vulnerable road users—pedestrians in the Czech and European Legal Order

Karel Schmeidler

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