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Europäische Vereinigung für Unfallforschung und Unfallanalyse e.V.



HauptautorIan White
Verlag24. EVU Conference, Edinburgh

edinburg2015 20a(nur in Englisch)
Whilst investigating a recent incident on a motorway, the author was unable to find any suitable research into the time taken for a lane change manoeuvre during normal driving conditions. The author’s interest was in the time between the perception of a lane change movement and the completion of the manoeuvre, as observed from a following vehicle. Whilst the initial research was associated with lane changes by cars, it quickly became apparent that a database of times for other types of vehicle would be of interest. The research, which is ongoing, indicates that the time for lane change manoeuvres for different types of vehicle can be estimated based on 15th, 50th and 85th percentiles; however, whilst there is sufficient data for cars in the UK, the number of data points for other vehicle types (vans, HGVs, etc.) requires further work.

edinburg2015 20b

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