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Educating Teenage Drivers in the Pacific Northwest Regarding the Dangers of Distracted Driving (Phase II)
The goal of this outreach project was to examine driver distraction among high school and college students in the Pacific Northwest. Specifically, to identify secondary tasks they consider distracting and determine their self-reported engagement in those same secondary tasks while driving. An interactive presentation was ...
Alternative Information Signs: an Evaluation of Driver Comprehension and Visual Attention
The effectiveness of a traffic sign is collectively influenced by the sign’s understandability, legibility distance, glance legibility, and learnability; however, understandability has been repeatedly identified as a one of the most important measures of effectiveness. This study contributes to best practices for evaluating ...