Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Bikes: Raleigh MTRAX, Ribble Road
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I am aware of the following article:
Kiyota, M., Vandebona, U., Sumi, T., and Kim, H. (2000a) Physiological measurement of risk perception of
pedestrians in passing traffic, Selected Proceedings of the 8th World Conference on Transport, Pergamon
Press, ISBN 0080435904, pp. 57-69.
This measured raised anxiety levels in pedestrians close to fast moving bicycles (increased heart rates). The research was regarding shared foot/cycle paths. I was wondering if anyone was aware of any similar research regarding pedestrians/cyclists in close proximity to fast moving vehicles.