March 1st, 2016
Do you always cross after confirming the traffic light has turn green? Do you take risks or play safe?
A student in the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering is conducting research on user-perceptions of risk and their intended behavior at railway level crossings to further understand how this issue can be tackled in engineering design solutions.
This study involves an online survey in which you are required to answer a series of questions. This study has been approved by the Ethics processes of the Department of Mechanical Engineering of University of Nottingham.
To participate, you must be over the age of 18. For every completed survey, we will donate 50 pence to Railway Benefit Fund to support railway workers in need. This incentive applies to the first 100 participants. If you are interested in taking part in this survey, please use this link.
This survey is open between 1 March and 20 March 2016. Please feel free to address any queries by contacting Nana Andrea at email@example.com. Thank you for showing your interest in this research, your opinion on this matter is greatly appreciated.
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