Katja Schleinitz
Katja Schleinitz
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The German Naturalistic Cycling Study–Comparing cycling speed of riders of different e-bikes and conventional bicycles
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, L Franke-Bartholdt, J Krems, T Gehlert
Safety Science 92, 290-297, 2017
What would drivers like to know during automated driving? Information needs at different levels of automation
M Beggiato, F Hartwich, K Schleinitz, J Krems, I Othersen, ...
Proceedings of the 7th conference on driver assistance, 2015
Traffic conflicts and their contextual factors when riding conventional vs. electric bicycles
T Petzoldt, K Schleinitz, S Heilmann, T Gehlert
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 46, 477-490, 2017
Potential safety effects of a frontal brake light for motor vehicles
T Petzoldt, K Schleinitz, R Banse
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 12 (6), 449 – 453, 2018
Drivers’ gap acceptance in front of approaching bicycles–Effects of bicycle speed and bicycle type
T Petzoldt, K Schleinitz, JF Krems, T Gehlert
Safety Science 92, 283-289, 2017
Conflict partners and infrastructure use in safety critical events in cycling–Results from a naturalistic cycling study
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, L Franke-Bartholdt, JF Krems, T Gehlert
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 31, 99-111, 2015
The influence of speed, cyclists’ age, pedaling frequency, and observer age on observers’ time to arrival judgments of approaching bicycles and e-bikes
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, JF Krems, T Gehlert
Accident Analysis and Prevention 92, 113-121, 2016
(E-) Cyclists running the red light–The influence of bicycle type and infrastructure characteristics on red light violations
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, S Kröling, T Gehlert, S Mach
Accident Analysis & Prevention 122, 99-107, 2019
Pedelec-Naturalistic Cycling Study
K Schleinitz, L Franke-Bartholdt, T Petzoldt, S Schwanitz, T Gehlert, ...
Forschungsbericht/Unfallforschung der Versicherer (UDV) 27, 2014
The german pedelec naturalistic cycling study–study design and first experiences
T Gehlert, M Kühn, K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, S Schwanitz, R Gerike
International Cycling Safety Conference 2012, 2012
Risk compensation?–The relationship between helmet use and cycling speed under naturalistic conditions
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, T Gehlert
Journal of Safety Research 67, 165-171, 2018
Driving an EV with no opportunity to charge at home–is this acceptable?
F Bühler, T Franke, K Schleinitz, P Cocron, I Neumann, M Ischebeck, ...
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe 4959, 2013
Drivers’ gap acceptance and time to arrival judgements when confronted with approaching bicycles, e-bikes, and scooters
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, T Gehlert
Journal of Transportation Safety & Security, 1-14, 2019
Accident analysis and comparison of bicycles and pedelecs
T Gehlert, S Kröling, M Schreiber, K Schleinitz
Framing the Third Cycling Century, 77-83, 2018
Laboruntersuchung zur potenziellen Sicherheitswirkung einer vorderen Bremsleuchte in Pkw
T Petzoldt, K Schleinitz, R Banse
Zeitschrift für Verkehrssicherheit 63 (1), 2017
Helmnutzung und regelwidriges Verhalten von Pedelec- und Fahrradfahrer
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, J Krems, T Gehlert, S Kröling
Forschungsbericht/Unfallforschung der Versicherer (UDV) 43, 2017
To text or not to text-Drivers’ interpretation of traffic situations as the basis for their decision to (not) engage in text messaging
T Petzoldt, K Schleinitz
IET Intelligent Transport Systems, 2019
Geschwindigkeitswahrnehmung von einspurigen Fahrzeugen
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt, JF Krems
Forschungsbericht/Unfallforschung der Versicherer (UDV), 2015
MINI E powered by Vattenfall V2. 0
JF Krems, L Bartholdt, P Cocron, B Dielmann, T Franke, MJ Henning, ...
Schlussbericht zum Forschungsvorhaben Verbundprojekt: MINI E powered by …, 2011
Development of German pedelec (and bicycle) crashes between 2013 and 2021
K Schleinitz, T Petzoldt
Journal of Safety Research 87, 187-201, 2023
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