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Fatigue in Transportation

Publications and References

Click on a link below to view publications pertaining to fatigue in transportation.

  1. F. Railroad Administration, “National Rail Safety Action Plan Final Report 2005–2008,” Tech. Rep., Federal Railroads Administration, Washington, DC, USA, 2008.
     

  2. Drowsy Driving: Avoid Falling Asleep Behind the Wheel | NHTSA, D https://www.nhtsa.gov/risky-driving/drowsy-driving
     

  3. Drowsy Driving: Avoid Falling Asleep Behind the Wheel | NHTSA, D https://www.nhtsa.gov/risky-driving/drowsy-driving
     

  4. N. Bowler and H. Gibson, “Fatigue and its Contributions to Railway Incidents,” Tech. Rep., Rail Safety and Standards Board, London, UK, 2015
     

  5. Anjum Naweed, Joshua Trigg, Matthew Allan, Janine Chapman, (2017) "Working around it: Rail drivers’ views on the barriers and enablers to managing workplace health", International Journal of Workplace Health Management, Vol. 10 Issue: 6, pp.475-490, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJWHM-08-2017-0060
     

  6. Filtness, A. J., & Naweed, A. (2017). Causes, consequences and countermeasures to driver fatigue in the rail industry: The train driver perspective. Applied ergonomics, 60, 12-21.
     

  7. Fan, J., & Smith, A. P. (2019). Mental workload and other causes of different types of fatigue in rail staff. In Human Mental Workload: Models and Applications: Second International Symposium, H-WORKLOAD 2018, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 20-21, 2018, Revised Selected Papers 2 (pp. 147-159). Springer International Publishing.
     

  8. Dorrian, J., Hussey, F., & Dawson, D. (2007). Train driving efficiency and safety: examining the cost of fatigue. Journal of Sleep Research, 16(1), 1-11.
     

  9. Drowsy Driving: Avoid Falling Asleep Behind the Wheel | NHTSA, D https://www.nhtsa.gov/risky-driving/drowsy-driving

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