• TRB 100th Annual Meeting

      January 24–28, 2021

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2021

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1070

1070 - Individual Presentations on Driver Safety for High Risk Drivers

Monday, January 25 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM ET
Poster
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Vehicle User Education, Training, and Licensing (ACH60)

Innovative research on the topic areas of higher risk drivers and the implications for safety, education, and training.  This collection spans a broad range of research methods and international contexts.  Highlights include impact of covid-19, novel technologies, risky behaviors, and novel research methods (e.g. computational methods, naturalistic driving, administrative data linkage).  



 



Title Presentation Number
Exploratory Analysis of Young Adults’ Trajectories Through the UK Driving Licence Acquisition Process
Chenyang Wu (cywu@seu.edu.cn), Southeast University
Scott Le Vine, SUNY New Paltz
Aruna Sivakumar, Imperial College London
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TRBAM-21-00042
Young Driver Survey
Kathy Sifrit, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Christine Watson, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Rory Austin (rory.austin@dot.gov), National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
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TRBAM-21-00239
The Effect of COVID-19 on Young Drivers in North Carolina and Implications for Policy
Natalie O'Brien (obrien@hsrc.unc.edu), University of North Carolina
Arthur Goodwin, University of North Carolina
Yudan Wang, North Carolina A&T State University
Kristel Robison, University of North Carolina
Bevan Kirley, University of North Carolina
Stephanie Harrell, University of North Carolina
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TRBAM-21-00666
Establishing the Scientific Foundation for Driving Among Autistic Adolescents and Young Adults
Allison Curry (currya@email.chop.edu), Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Rachel Myers, CHOP
Meghan Carey, CHOP
Christina Labows, CHOP
Emma Sartin, Chopin Technologies
Kristina Metzger, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Catherine McDonald, University of Pennsylvania
Cynthia Mollen, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Sheila Klauer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
Ben Yerys, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
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TRBAM-21-00859
Potential Benefits of Case Management for Recidivist Traffic Offenders
Teresa Senserrick, Queensland University of Technology
Barry Watson, Queensland University of Technology
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-01082
Time-to-Collision Estimations Among Drivers with Developmental Disabilities: Learning Effects and Cognitive Factors
Austin Svancara (asvan@uab.edu), University of Alabama, Birmingham
Rajesh Kana, University of Alabama
Haley Bednarz, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Gabriela Sherrod, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Kristina Visscher, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Benjamin McManus, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Despina Stavrinos, University of Alabama, Birmingham
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TRBAM-21-01459
Attitudes and Beliefs that Influence Cell Phone Use among Young Drivers
Jordan Blenner (jordan.blenner@dot.gov), U.S. Department of Transportation
Nandi Taylor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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TRBAM-21-01490
Prediction of Drivers’ Willingness Not to Give Way to Ambulances: An Application of an Extended Theory of Planned Behavior
Xiaoxiao Wang (wangxiaoxiao@whut.edu.cn), Wuhan University
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TRBAM-21-01866
Using Pulse Rate Variability to Investigate Differences in Autonomic Processing of Hazards in Novice and Experienced Young Drivers
Theresa Chirles (tchirle1@jhmi.edu), Johns Hopkins University
Johnathon Ehsani, Johns Hopkins University
Renee Ge, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Karen Seymour, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Neale Kinnear, TRL, Wokingham UK
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TRBAM-21-02429
The Formation and Evolution of Mental Models in Drivers’ with Driver Assistance Technologies
Laura Mangus, WESTAT, Inc.
John Lenneman (john.lenneman@toyota.com), Toyota Motor Corporation
James Jenness, WESTAT, Inc.
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TRBAM-21-02654
Optimization Method of Risk Driving Behavior Education and Training Based on Driver Type Classification: the Case of Mobile Phone Use While Driving
Xiaohua Zhao, Beijing University of Technology
Yang Ding, Beijing University of Technology
Yiping Wu (wuyiping@bjut.edu.cn), Beijing University of Technology
Yuan Yan, DiDi Chuxing
Cheng Gong, DiDi Chuxing
Yang Shi, DiDi Chuxing
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TRBAM-21-02679
Modelling the relationship between practical driving test faults and collision risk post-test
Neale Kinnear, TRL, Wokingham UK
Sritika Chowdhury, TRL
Caroline Wallbank, TRL
Shaun Helman, TRL
Sachin Mohanani, University of Warwick
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TRBAM-21-03039
A Survey Study of Older Drivers in Illinois
Roshan Pokhrel, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Yan Qi (yqi@siue.edu), Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
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TRBAM-21-03599
Attribution Theory in Traffic Safety
Samia Akter, South Carolina State University
Judith Mwakalonge, South Carolina State University
Gurcan Comert, Benedict College
Saidi Siuhi, South Carolina State University
Md Mahmud Hasan Mamun, Florida International University
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TRBAM-21-03791
A targeted internet-based intervention for novice driver offenders
Ian Faulks, Queensland University of Technology
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TRBAM-21-04085
Vehicle Access of Novice Teen Drivers and The Risk for Crash/Near-Crash Events
Pnina Gershon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Johnathon Ehsani, Johns Hopkins University
Kellienne Sita, National Institutes of Health
Chunming Zhu, National Institutes of Health
Sheila Klauer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
Tom Dingus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
Bruce Simons-Morton, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
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TRBAM-21-00800

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