Developing lane & non lane changing models in urban areas

Amiruddin Ismail, Kasmiran Jumari, Ahmad Farhan Ahmad

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Abstract

A questionnaires study was carried out in urban areas of the Klang Valley, Malaysia. The aims of this study were, to analyse drivers' background, experience, attitudes, lane and non lane changing practices, and their driving behaviour on the roads; and, to develop models of lane and non lane-changing behaviour. Logistic regression method was used to analyse these respondents. 14 models of lane and non lane changing were developed and validated statistically. The statistical validations were based on parameters such as Omnibus test of model coefficients, - 2 Log likelihood, Cox and Snell R square, Nagelkerke R square, Hosmer and Lemeshow test, Chi-square, classification table, standard error, wald statistic, degree of freedom, test for significance, odds ratio and histogram of estimated behavioural probabilities. The results indicated that drivers' parameters such as giving way to others to change into their lanes, giving signals to change lanes, and having six to ten years of driving experience were some of the components of lane-changing models. Whereas some of the drivers' parameters such as drivers who do not beat red lights if forced to, reject challenges to break road traffic rules and speed up for interviews were those who were forecast not to change lane.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings - Conference of the Australian Road Research Board
Pages1523-1533
Number of pages11
Volume21
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventProceedings - 21st ARRB and 11th REAAA Conference, Transport Our Highway to a Sustainable Future - Cairns, QLD, Australia
Duration: 18 May 200323 May 2003

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OtherProceedings - 21st ARRB and 11th REAAA Conference, Transport Our Highway to a Sustainable Future
CountryAustralia
CityCairns, QLD
Period18/5/0323/5/03

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Error statistics
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road
regression
questionnaire
interview

Keywords

  • Lane and non lane changing models
  • Lane changing behaviour
  • Questionnaires study

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Transportation

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Ismail, A., Jumari, K., & Ahmad, A. F. (2003). Developing lane & non lane changing models in urban areas. In Proceedings - Conference of the Australian Road Research Board (Vol. 21, pp. 1523-1533)

Developing lane & non lane changing models in urban areas. / Ismail, Amiruddin; Jumari, Kasmiran; Ahmad, Ahmad Farhan.

Proceedings - Conference of the Australian Road Research Board. Vol. 21 2003. p. 1523-1533.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Ismail, A, Jumari, K & Ahmad, AF 2003, Developing lane & non lane changing models in urban areas. in Proceedings - Conference of the Australian Road Research Board. vol. 21, pp. 1523-1533, Proceedings - 21st ARRB and 11th REAAA Conference, Transport Our Highway to a Sustainable Future, Cairns, QLD, Australia, 18/5/03.
Ismail A, Jumari K, Ahmad AF. Developing lane & non lane changing models in urban areas. In Proceedings - Conference of the Australian Road Research Board. Vol. 21. 2003. p. 1523-1533
Ismail, Amiruddin ; Jumari, Kasmiran ; Ahmad, Ahmad Farhan. / Developing lane & non lane changing models in urban areas. Proceedings - Conference of the Australian Road Research Board. Vol. 21 2003. pp. 1523-1533
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