E-scooter riding: Prediction of hazards from the perspective of users and non-users

T. Jung, M. Ringhand, J. AnkeConference room

  1. Evaluation of hazard perception and prediction skills when being confronted with e-scooter-specific hazards
  2. Hazard prediction test with 18 traffic-scene clips including multiple-road-user, single-user, and non-hazardous events
  3. 772 participants with varying road user profiles; n=47 were frequent e-scooter riders
  4. Multiple road user events were more correctly predicted than those associated with the environment or road conditions
  5. Frequent bicycle use and holding a driver's license enhances the hazard prediction performance

Mon 19:47 - 00:00