The aim of this research is to investigate pedestrian behavior at signalized intersections using state-of-the-art LIDAR sensing technologies and to use this data, along with vehicular data, to develop a more effective multimodal signal control system.
In the presentation, the presenters will describe a novel method of collecting pedestrian crossing behaviors at signalized intersection, findings and implications of data analytics and to introduce a novel approach to dynamic flashing yellow arrow mechanisms to reduce the conflict between left turn vehicles and crossing pedestrians
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
- Understand the framework of LiDAR sensing solutions;
- Understand how to collect pedestrian behaviors at intersections;
- Understand how to provide new protection for crossing pedestrians with object-tracking technologies.
This webinar is based on a study funded by the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC) and conducted at the University of Texas at Arlington, Portland State University, and the University of Utah. Read more about the research: Pedestrian Behavior Study to Advance Pedestrian Safety in Smart Transportation Systems Using Innovative LIDAR Sensors.
Pengfei (Taylor) Li, University of Texas Arlington
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University
This 60-minute webinar is eligible for 1 hour of professional development credit for AICP (see our provider summary). We provide an electronic attendance certificate for other types of certification maintenance.
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This webinar is hosted by the Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) at Portland State University. The research was funded by the Summit Foundation and the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC), a program of TREC and one of seven U.S. Department of Transportation national university transportation centers. The NITC program is a Portland State-led partnership with the University of Oregon, Oregon Institute of Technology, University of Utah and new partners University of Arizona and University of Texas at Arlington. We pursue our theme — improving mobility of people and goods to build strong communities — through research, education and technology transfer.