•This study investigated the pedestrians illegal crossing behavior before, during, and after crossing.•Over one-third of all pedestrians crossed in the presence of a vehicle on the road.•Most of the pedestrians crossed the road during their first attempt and used the shortest path to cross.•Crossing time was affected by gender, age, phone use, type of clothing, crossing in a group, and presence of a vehicle.•The presence of a vehicle, as well as other pedestrians and hindrances, altered the illegal crossing behavior of pedestrians.
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour – Elsevier
Published: Apr 1, 2018
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