Drivers’ lane changing violations at a curbside bus stop on an undivided three-lane roadway were investigated. Logit models were developed to determine contributing factors to the violations. Bicycle lane presence, low opposing traffic volume and longer bus dwell time at a bus stop were associated with a higher probability of a lane changing violation by.. read more →

India has witnessed higher level of mobility at urban as well as intercity segments due to improvement of socio-economic conditions in last two decades. Even though, majority of the intercity travel is made by road based modes, number of passengers traveling by railways is significant on certain highly industrialized corridors. Collection and dispersal of passengers.. read more →

Suicide and trespass are major problems for railway operators in Great Britain, leading to around 250–300 fatalities per year, as well as associated major disruption to the rail network. The European Union project RESTRAIL (REduction of Suicides and Trespasses on RAILway property), composed of a broad consortium of experts and rail operators from across Europe,.. read more →