Behavior of Drivers on Nonstandard Unsignalised Intersections
Nonstandard unsignalised intersections are two-way stop controlled intersection where two major approaches are not placed opposite, but next to each other. Driving priority on these intersections always is defined by additional traffic signs. This principle of regulation on intersection can be confusing for some drivers who, although they perform a turning maneuver do not include the direction indicator. The purpose of this research is the analysis of the driver’s behavior related to using of turning the signal during specified maneuver. Data collection was conducted using an online questionnaire and within the research in real traffic flow.
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