The impact of infrastructure on driver behavior at pedestrian crossings. Warsaw and Radom case study

Maciej Sulmicki

DOI: 10.21858/msr.36.01

Vol. no: 36

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A study of the impact of infrastructural solutions at pedestrian crossings and bicycle crossings on driver behavior was conducted in 2019. The framework objective of the research conducted was to verify the accuracy of the provisions contained in the strategic and planning documents of the Mazovian Voivodeship relating to road safety. The locations in Warsaw and Radom were selected in such a way that all types of traffic calming listed in the Spatial Development Plan of the Mazovian Voivodeship to improve safety and directly related to pedestrian crossings were taken into account.