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Keywords: grade crossings; crossing consolidation; crossing closure; warning devices; passive; active; driver; trespassing; vandalism
Abstract: Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Warning Systems, Highway-Rail Grade Crossings, Trespasser Programs Keywords
Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Warning Systems, Highway-Rail Grade Crossings, Trespasser Programs
Acoustical Warning Devices as Emergency Warning Signals (EWS) Phase 3: Performance Evaluation on a Locomotive
Keywords: Emergency warning sound, train horn, yelp, wail, trespassers, music masking sounds, reaction time, detectability, urgency, acoustic warning device
Keywords: Grade crossing, Connected Vehicles, CV, Dedicated Short-Range Communications, DSRC, Global Navigation Satellite Systems, GNSS, real-time kinematic, RTK, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEE 1570, Rail Crossing Violation Warning, RCVW, t
Abstract: Using Connected Vehicle ideas, the Rail Crossing Violation Warning system design can potentially enhance and transform rail crossing safety.
Using Connected Vehicle ideas, the Rail Crossing Violation Warning system design can potentially enhance and transform rail crossing safety.
Keywords: Freight railroads, regional railroads, short line railroads, safety culture assessment, safety culture measurement, state of rail industry, human factors, safety culture, safety, railroad
Keywords: Highway-rail, grade crossing, driver behavior, safety, signage, LED-enhanced signs, violations, traffic queue detection
Abstract: Laser-triggered LED-enhanced “DO NOT STOP ON TRACKS” signs may reduce grade crossing highway vehicle queueing.
Laser-triggered LED-enhanced “DO NOT STOP ON TRACKS” signs may reduce grade crossing highway vehicle queueing.