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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-13-048
Date: October 2013

 

Driver Expectations When Navigating Complex Interchanges

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  36. Google Maps. (2011). Aerial view of scenario 1 roadway. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated August 5, 2011.
  37. Google Maps. (2011). Aerial view of scenario 2 roadway in Portland, OR. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated August 19, 2011.
  38. Google Maps. (2011). Map of scenario 3 roadways and maneuver. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated August 5, 2011.
  39. Google Maps. (2011). Aerial view of scenario 3 roadway. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated August 5, 2011.
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  42. Google Maps. (2011). Example test slide from topic 1-through lane to exit movement. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  43. Google Maps. (2011). Example test slide from topic 2-through lane to exit movement. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  44. Google Maps. (2011). Example test slide from topic 3-lane 1 to through destination. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  45. Google Maps. (2011). Example test slide from topic 3-lane 3 to left exit. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  46. Google Maps. (2011). Example test slide from topic 4. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  47. Google Maps. (2011). Example test slide from topic 5. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  48. Google Maps. (2011). Odd number of lanes (easy task difficulty). Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  49. Google Maps. (2011). Odd number of lanes (hard task difficulty). Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  50. Google Maps. (2011). Even number of lanes (easy task difficulty). Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  51. Google Maps. (2011). Even number of lanes (hard task difficulty). Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.
  52. Google Maps. (2011). Example test slide from topic 7. Data date: 2011. Generated by: Christian Richard via Google Maps online. Obtained from: http://maps.google.com/. Generated October 27, 2011.

 

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