A Travel Simulator for Collecting Data on Driver Response to Graphical Route Information Panel

Hong-cheng Gan
  • Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, November 2013, Elsevier
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.08.125

What is it about?

It proposes a travel simulator for collecting behavioral data on driver response to graphical route information panel (GRIP).

Why is it important?

The dynamic traffic network conditions and GRIP information are driven by an extended version of the validated high-order continuum model METANET, thus enhancing the realism of the hypothetical travel scenario provided by the simulator.


Professor Hongcheng Gan
Univ. Shanghai for Sci. & Tech.

This paper presents a useful tool for collecting reliable data about driver response to GRIP.

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