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Corporate Responsibility for Pedestrian Risks at Level Crossings

Volume 7, Number 4, July 2011 - Paper 3 - pp. 327-347

BARRY JOHNSON1, A. KLUTH2 and R. S. BARRATT3

1 Formerly Head of Environment, Jarvis PLC, York,
2 Group Sustainability Director, Halcrow Group Limited
3 Faculty of Mathematics, Computing and Technology, The Open University, UK

(Received on October 08, 2009, revised on August 31, 2010)


Abstract:

This paper explores some aspects of communication with rail stakeholders in order to manage risks associated with rail accidents involving pedestrians legitimately crossing tracks at user-controlled crossings. It considers some issues contributing to the risks including human factors, some modelling approaches as well as some potential ways of addressing the problem. Ultimately, a key factor is human behaviour. Modifying this reliably and consistently is difficult, while designing out the risk is likely to be prohibitively expensive.

 

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