Journal of Advanced Transportation / 2020 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Analysis of Factors Affecting a Driver’s Driving Speed Selection in Low Illumination

Table 5

Regression prediction model of speed selection behaviour in low illumination.

VariableWOSL60WOSL80WOSL120
ΔR2βΔR2βΔR2Β

Step 1: enter0.1090.1290.075
Gender0.0020.1240.049
Age−0.06−0.007−0.1
Education−0.068−0.141−0.018
Driving experience0.1090.0410.036
Average annual mileage0.042−0.0860.047
Number of night-driving days per week0.114−0.006−0.204
Deduction in the past year0.066−0.1490.136
Accidents in the past 3 years−0.042−0.1010.003

Step 2: stepwise
WSL600.3810.609
WSL800.1690.277
WSL1200.0150.1390.040.2230.1470.374

Step 3: stepwise
TDA10.0490.4450.0680.513
RPA10.018−0.248
TDA2
RPA20.051−0.343
R2 = 0.483R2 = 0.374R2 = 0.309

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