• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 99th Annual Meeting

      January 12–16, 2020

    • Interactive Program


Annual Meeting Event Detail

Poster Session 1708

Advances in Pedestrian Safety Research

Wednesday 8:00 AM- 9:45 AM
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Michael Cynecki, Lee Engineering, LLC
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Pedestrians (ANF10)


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Title Presentation Number
Measuring Pedestrian Exposure and Risk at High-Risk Intersections
Shaunna Burbidge, Avenue Consultants
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Is the Safety in Numbers Effect Still Observed in Areas with Low Pedestrian Activities?: A Case Study from Central Florida
Jaeyoung Lee, Central South University
Mohamed Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida
Pengpeng Xu, University of Hong Kong
Yaobang Gong, University of Central Florida
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Modeling Violation Counts of Pedestrians and Cyclists on the Brooklyn Bridge Promenade
Lai Zheng, Harbin Institute of Technology
Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia
Mohamed Hussein, McMaster University
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Diagnostic Analysis of the Effects of Weather Condition on Pedestrian Crash Severity
Xiaoqi Zhai, Central South University
Huang Helai, Central South University
N.N. Sze, The Hong Kong Polytechnic Universtiy
Kai Kwong HON, Aviation Weather Services Branch, Hong Kong Observatory, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
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Louisiana Pedestrian Crash Analysis with Multi-Nomial Logit Model and Bayesian Network
Ming Sun, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Xiaoduan Sun, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Donghui Shan, CCCC First Highway Consultants Co., Ltd
Destiny Armstrong, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Subasish Das, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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Proactive Approach for Pedestrian Safety Evaluation Using Choice Model for Unprotected Mid-Block Crossings Under Mixed Traffic Conditions
Avinash Chaudhari, Research Scholar
Jiten Shah, IITRAM
Shriniwas Arkatkar, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat
Gaurang Joshi, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology
Manoranjan Parida, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
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Pedestrian Injury Severity Versus Vehicle Impact Speed: Uncertainty Quantification and Calibration to Local Conditions
Gary Davis, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Christopher Cheong, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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The Challenge of Safe and Active Transportation: Examination of Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashes in the Austin District
Ipek Sener, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Kyuhyun Lee, Korea Land and Housing Corporation
Joan Hudson, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Michael Martin, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Boya Dai, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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From Temporary to Permanent: A Way to Enhance Road Safety in Indian Cities: Evidence from Mumbai
Dhawal Ashar, World Resources Institute
Rohit Tak
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Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Vehicle Type on Injury Severity In-Vehicle–Pedestrian Crashes
Steven Stapleton, Michigan State University
Timothy Gates, Michigan State University
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Impact Speed and Probability of Pedestrian Fatality: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Qinaat Hussain, Transportation Research Institute (IMOB) Uhasselt
Hanqin Feng, School of Mathematics and Statistics UNSW
Raphael Grzebieta, Transport and Road Safety (TARS) Research
Tom Brijs, Universiteit Hasselt
Jake Olivier, University of New South Wales
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Self-Reported Pedestrian Mid-Block Crossing Behavior: Effects of Gender, Age, and Region
Muhammad Abdullah, University of Management and Technology
Takashi Oguchi, The University of Tokyo
Charitha Dias, Qatar Universiy
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Evaluation of Visibility and Effects of a Road Surface Projection System for Uncontrolled Crosswalks Based on Driving Simulation
Ko Takahashi, Toyohashi University of Technology
Kojiro Matsuo, Toyohashi University of Technology
Genta Yonekawa, Toyohashi University of Technology
Yoshihiro Terakura, Kictec. Co. Ltd.
Nao Sugiki, Toyohashi University of Technology
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Investigating Secondary Interactions: Are Drivers Paying Attention to Pedestrians When Exiting Non-Signalized Intersections?
Ting Fu, University of Waterloo
Weichao Hu, McGill University
Nicolas Saunier, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Luis Miranda-Moreno, McGill University
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The Impact of Movement Speed on Pedestrians’ Obstacle Avoidance
Abdullah Noor Alhawsawi, University of Melbourne
Majid Sarvi, University of Melbourne
Milad Haghani, University of Melbourne
Abbas Rajabifard, University of Melbourne
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Exposure to Pedestrian Crash Based on Household Survey Data: Safety Effect of Trip Purpose
Junbiao SU, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
N.N. Sze, The Hong Kong Polytechnic Universtiy
Lu Bai, Southeast University
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Pedestrian Red Light Running in Costa Rica: Exploring Factors Affecting Mid-Block Crossing Behavior
Enoc Araya-Porras, SediCon A.S.
Andrey Mora-Calderón, Constructora Hernán Solís S.R.L
Jonathan Aguero-Valverde, University of Costa Rica
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A Pedestrian Crash Prediction Model for Urban Signalized Intersections Case Study: The City of Isfahan
Bahador Ghadirifaraz, Sharif University of Technology
Mohammad Nader Fotoohi, Isfahan Municipality
Manouchehr Vaziri, Sharif University of Technology
Ehsan Beheshtitabar, Old Dominion University
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Modeling Transition States of Drivers During Yielding Right-of-Way at Signalized Mid-Block Crosswalks Using Hazard-Based Multi-State Model
Boniphace Kutela, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Hualiang Teng, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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