Previous research has shown that drivers only look for a train about 33% of the time at railroad crossings. With driver inattention composing a large proportion of reported accidents, there exists a need to be able to quantify exactly what a driver fixates on over the course of a drive. This paper presents a method using simulated railroad situations as a hazard-medium to create driving scan pattern maps over the course of a long drive.

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