The Effect of Countdown Pedestrian Signals on Pedestrian Behavior in Various Weather Conditions - Case Study in Banja Luka

Mirsad Kulović, Slavko Davidović


Pedestrians represent the most vulnerable category of participants in traffic. More and more complex traffic conditions in cities across Europe, and therefore BiH, threaten traffic to become a challenge for pedestrians, and pedestrians often experience traffic as a challenge. Studies of behavior of pedestrians at signalized pedestrian crossings conclude that there is a high level of insecurity and a high percentage of unsafe crossings by pedestrians. Timers that add pedestrian signals indicate the length of the red light, the remaining time to the beginning of the green light for the safe crossing of pedestrians across the street. This paper analyzes the effect of the countdown pedestrian signals - CPSs in different weather conditions, ie the comparison of pedestrian behavior (switching to red light) without CPSs and with CPSs in different weather conditions (sun, snow, rain, no precipitation with a temperature of 0 degrees) was performed. The paper analyzes a traffic light pedestrian crossing over the road that consists of four traffic lanes in Banja Luka, BiH.

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ISSN: 2490-3477 (Print), 2490-3485 (Online)

COBISS.RS-ID 6892568

Published by .............. Pan-European University ’’Apeiron’’ Banja Luka
Person Responsible for the Publisher .............. Darko Uremović
Editor of University Publications .............. Aleksandra Vidović, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Editor in Chief.............. Danislav Drašković

Editors.............. Tomislav Vujinović, Zoran Ž. Avramović

Executive Technical Editors.............. Stana Mišić, Slavko Davidović

Technical Editors .............. Sretko Bojić

Editorial Board

Drago Talijan (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Mirsad Kulović (USA)
Vuk Bogdanović (Serbia)
Pavle Gladović (Serbia)
Gradimir Stefanović (United Kingdom- Great Britain)
Krsto Lipovac (Serbia)
Lee D. Han (USA)
Jadranka Jović (Serbia)
Milija Radović (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Milan Vujanić (Serbia)
Nataša Gojković- Bukvić (Italy)
Dragutin Jovanović (Serbia)
Milenko Čabarkapa (Montenegro)
Jurij Kolenc (Slovenia)
Fuad Klisura (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Milan Tešić (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Bojan Marić (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Marko Subotić (Bosnia and Hercegovina)

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Traffic and Transport Theory and Practice (TTTP) Journal is registered with the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Srpska by serial registration code 07.06/053-19/2016-1, date 07.  03. 2016. Traffic and Transport Theory and Practice (TTTP) Journal (ISSN 2490-3477-Print, 2490-3485 (Online) is an international journal published two time a year.

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