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46 Exhibit 44. Pedestrian Clip Sequence at Testing Locations. Presentation Location of Video Laboratory Pedestrian Clips Shown Order New Haven, CT Chicago, IL Oakland, CA College Station, TX Pilot Clip 212 212 212 212 1 223 201 215 208 2 208 226 220 217 3 226 225 206 215 4 204 208 201 214 5 205 219 227 201 6 203 228 226 230 7 201 211 209 218 8 231 215 216 232 9 215 229 224 226 10 210 222 208 221 Total Clip Time 16.2 min 18 min 16 min 19.4 min Note: Table shows the sequence of clips shown in each city. Entries are the clip identification numbers. Shaded clips were shown in all four cities. Sequence of clips shown was intentionally randomized in each city to counteract fatigue effects. the conclusion of each video clip, GMU Media Laboratory and College Station, Texas. They were selected to obtain a staff looped the DVD back to a consistent title page which in- range of population and climates of the United States based cluded a complete list of the video clips on each of the DVDs. on the hypothesis to be tested that the population of the This allowed the operator to then click the mouse on the next urban area and the climatic area of the US might influence appropriate clip when participants were ready to begin rating the degree of satisfaction reported by subjects in the video the next video clip. Using the information provided in Tables laboratories. 3-3 through 3-5, one DVD per mode per city was generated, There are 922 urban areas in the United States with a pop- resulting in 12 unique DVDs. These DVDs were then labeled ulation of at least 10,000 (U.S. Census [94]). These urban by the GMU Media Laboratory staff to ensure ease of selec- areas are ranked by population and then stratified into four tion by the facilitator of each laboratory session. groups, each group representing approximately one-quarter of the urban area population in the United States. The results are as shown in Exhibit 47. 4.4 Video Lab Protocol The eight largest metropolitan areas of the United States (i.e., New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, Selection of Video Lab Cities Miami, Washington DC, and Houston) hold one-quarter of Four metropolitan areas were selected for the Phase 2 the urban area population of the United States. Chicago was auto, bike, and pedestrian video labs. They were Chicago, selected to represent these largest metropolitan areas of the Illinois; San Francisco, California; New Haven, Connecticut; United States. Exhibit 45. Bicycle Clip Sequence at Testing Locations. Presentation Location of Video Laboratory Bicycle Video Clips Shown Order New Haven, CT Chicago, IL Oakland, CA College Station, TX Pilot Clip 326 326 326 326 1 301 319 302 311 2 323 308 310 328 3 321 306 305 324 4 320 309 324 315 5 317 320 327 309 6 312 318 321 313 7 309 304 309 303 8 307 324 322 319 9 314 321 330 320 10 324 329 320 321 Total Clip Time 13 min 13 min 13 min 13 min Note: Table shows the sequence of clips shown in each city. Entries are the clip identification numbers. Shaded clips were shown in all four cities. Sequence of clips shown was intentionally randomized in each city to counteract fatigue effects.