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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-06-089
Date: July 2006

PBCAT-Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Analysis Tool

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This appendix includes drawings and descriptions of the 36 Pedestrian Location Scenarios that are possible when the Pedestrian Location Option is enabled within the software. The purpose of this option is to provide users with additional details about the location and travel directions of the motorist and pedestrian for those crashes that occur at intersections. Refer to the section on pedestrian location in chapter 4 to learn more about this crash-typing option.

The scenarios are coded as a combination of a number and letter and are based on the combination of motorist maneuver, intersection leg where the crash occurred, direction of travel of the pedestrian, and whether the pedestrian was in or out of the crosswalk.


Motorist traveling straight through.

Figure 118. Motorist traveling straight through.


Motorist turning right

Figure 119. Motorist turning right.


Motorist turning left.

Figure 120. Motorist turning left.



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