Trajectory analysis at intersections for traffic rule identification

This dataset is a subset of a much larger data collection and used for the analysis of speed- and time-profiles of trajectories crossing different selected intersections. Resulting findings can be used for the intersection categorization according to traffic regulation types.

The six selected intersections (A - F) and the crossing trajectory samples (green) can be seen in the subsequent figure: Intersections

Data Acquisition

The trajectory samples were recorded using an android smartphone while driving a car in and around the city of Hannover, Germany. The acquisition period was from December 2017 to March 2019 by only a single person. The recording of the trajectories has taken place without restrictions in order to reflect a normal behavior of everyday car journeys.

Related Publications:

  • Golze, J., Zourlidou, S. and Sester, M., 2020: Traffic Regulator Detection Using GPS Trajectories. KN J. Cartogr. Geogr. Inf. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42489-020-00048-x

  • Zourlidou, S., Fischer, C. and Sester, M., 2019: Classification of street junctions according to traffic regulators. In: Kyriakidis, P., Hadjimitsis, D., Skarlatos, D. and Mansourian, A., (eds) 2019. Accepted short papers and posters from the 22nd AGILE conference on geo-information science. Cyprus University of Technology 17–20 June 2019, Limassol, Cyprus

Data and Resources

Cite this as

Stefania Zourlidou, Jens Golze (2020). Dataset: Trajectory analysis at intersections for traffic rule identification. https://doi.org/10.25835/0043786

DOI retrieved: 16:23 01 Oct 2020 (GMT)

Additional Info

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Author Stefania Zourlidou, Jens Golze
Maintainer Jens Golze
Last Updated September 14, 2020, 15:27 (CEST)
Created September 10, 2020, 08:44 (CEST)
License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0