Research data for the paper: Do cyclists need HMIs in future automated traffic? An interview study
Research data for the paper Berge, S. H., Hagenzieker, M., Farah, H., & de Winter, J. (2022). Do cyclists need HMIs in future automated traffic? An interview study. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour, 84, 33-52. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2021.11.013
Using thematic analysis on the transcripts from 30 semi-structured interviews with cyclists in Norway and in the Netherlands, the paper explores the factors that constitute cyclist interaction in traffic, both in current environments and in future scenarios with automated vehicles (AVs). Moreover, we investigate whether on-bike human-machine interfaces (HMIs) s are desired by cyclists and potential design strategies of on-bike HMIs to enhance the interaction between AVs and cyclists.
The data set contains a .gdpx project file with anonymised transcripts and the analysis, along with reports of the anonymised transcripts, analysis, quotations, document groups, code groups and codes in .docx files.
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