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Research Article

Probability of Roadside Accidents for Curved Sections on Highways

Table 3

Decision rules.

No.Classification levelPercentage (%)
1234

1≤400
240 < V ≤ 60R ≤ 200μ ≤ 0.252.9
0.2 < μ ≤ 0.80.8
3200 < R0
4R ≤ 30060.5
300 <R ≤ 4005.1
400 < R0
560 < V ≤ 80R ≤ 300μ ≤ 0.2100
0.6 ≤ μ ≤ 0.830.3
60.6 ≤ μ ≤ 0.8Truck59.4
Car9.1
7300 < R ≤ 400 ≤ 0.754.2
 ≥ 1.50
880 < V ≤ 100300 < R ≤ 400 ≤ 0.7566.7
 ≥ 1.510.7
9400 < R ≤ 600 ≤ 0.75Truck34.2
Car0
 ≥ 1.50.4
10100 < V ≤ 120300 < R ≤ 400Truck ≤ 1.576.7
 ≥ 2.2532.5
11400 < R ≤ 600Truck ≤ 1.567.6
 ≥ 2.250
12200 < R ≤ 300Truckα < 480.6
α ≥ 4100

Note: V represents the vehicle speed (km/h), R is the horizontal curve radius (m), μ represents the adhesion coefficient, denotes the hard shoulder width (m), α represents the longitudinal slope (%), and — indicates that the risk factors at the corresponding decision rules have no significant impact on roadside accidents.

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