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Dilemma Zones Assessment EEI

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Dilemma Zones Assessment EEI. The aim of this investigation is to examine and determine whether a “dilemma zone” exists or not by investigating the effects of the amber lights duration and the speed of the car.

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Transport Land transport Road transport Traffic law Road traffic management Street furniture Traffic signals Road safety Traffic light Dilemma Red light camera Amber Joel Shurkin
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Transport Land transport Road transport Traffic law Road traffic management Street furniture Traffic signals Road safety Traffic light Dilemma Red light camera Amber Joel Shurkin
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The beginning of this point is where drivers are progressing towards the lights when an ________________ amber light is displayed and the end is where drivers will proceed through the intersection before the red light is shown. Between this interval, drivers are in a dilemma as they may perceive their current position to be too close to an intersection to safely stop or to proceed without infringing traffic regulations. An abrupt stop could result in a rear – end collision and unsuccessfully stopping can lead to a right-angled crash. In 2009, around 1.2 million car collisions occurred where 372,000 people were either killed or injured during these incidents; one quarter of these motor car ac...
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