The Human Factors of Transport Signs

Synopsis

Effective transport signs can organize the overload of visual information that impinges on drivers' senses. The Human Factors of Transport Signs is an easily-accessible information source for professionals who design these signs. By exploring new technologies that are revolutionizing signaling, the authors help ensure that the signs don't become stimuli that only increase traffic confusion. Although the text concentrates largely on the road environment and general signing issues, it also addresses specific railway and other transport modality signing issues. It covers driver psychology and interaction of transport signs as well as the strengths and problems of different types of signs.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Tim Horberry
  • Cándida Castro
  • Francisco Martos
  • Patricie Mertova
  • Maxwell G. Lay
  • Tim Horberry
  • Cándida Castro
  • Francisco Martos
  • Patricie Mertova
  • Maxwell G. Lay
  • Francisco Tornay
  • Terry C. Lansdown
  • Alexander Borodin
  • Kirstie Carrick
  • Peter Pfister
  • Robert Potter
  • Roy Ng
  • Donald Kline
  • Robert Dewar
  • Ray Fuller
  • Hashim Al-Madani
  • Luís Montoro
  • Antonio Lucas
  • María T. Blanch
  • Michael A. Regan
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Boca Raton, FL
Publication year:
  • 2004