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An Application of Signal Detection Theory for Understanding Driver Behavior at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings
Keywords: An Application of Signal Detection Theory for Understanding Driver Behavior at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings
Abstract: This study found that the effectiveness of warning devices comes primarily from encouraging drivers to stop, rather than from increased sensitivity to approaching trains.
This study found that the effectiveness of warning devices comes primarily from encouraging drivers to stop, rather than from increased sensitivity to approaching trains.
Keywords: Railroad Cost Conditions: Implications for Policy
Abstract: Several recent trends in regulatory policy and in the structure of the railroad industry have drawn a renewed interest in railroad regulation. These trends have included: (1)...
Engineering Department Fatalities Resulting from the Operation or Maintenance of On-Track Equipment : Calendar Years 1989-1993
Abstract: This report represents the Federal Railroad Administration's findings in its investigation of 22 Engineering Department railroad employee fatalities suffered during calendar years...
Abstract: In May 1987, a New Jersey Transit Rail Operations, Inc., passenger train, en-route from New York City to New Jersey, pulled the catenary down behind itself and came to a stop in...
Abstract: The objectives of testing the F4OPH and the prototype banking Amcoach at high cant deficiency are: o To evaluate the maximum safe curving speeds of the F4OPH diesel locomotive and...