Peter Griffin posted in rail crossing • speed • train • University of Waikato on March 29th, 2010.
Nicole Brennan writes in the Waikato Times about research from the University of Waikato showing that people’s perception of the speed of oncoming trains can be seriously inaccurate. In fact, found the research, our perceptions can be up to 20km/hr too slow, and it is hoped the finding could help improve rail crossing safety. An […]
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