• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 24–28, 2021

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Poster Session 1099

1099 - Exposure to Risk, Stress, Conflicts, and Crashes: Innovative Pedestrian Safety Analysis Methods

Monday, January 25 1:00 PM- 2:30 PM ET
Michael Cynecki, Lee Engineering
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Pedestrians (ACH10)


No agenda available

Title Presentation Number
Assessing Pedestrian Safety Levels Crossing Independence Boulevard in Charlotte, NC
Connor Klassen, VHB
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Dangerous Streets: An Analysis of Factors Associated with Pedestrian Crash Severity in Phoenix, Arizona
Brian Peck, WSP
Rebecca Sanders (rebecca@safestreetsresearch.com), Safe Streets Research & Consulting
Deborah Salon, Arizona State University
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Evaluating Pedestrian Crash Prone Locations to Formulate Policy Interventions towards Improved Safety and Walkability at Sidewalks and Crosswalks
Mallikarjun Patil, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Hyderabad
Bandhan Majumdar, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
Prasanta Sahu, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
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Evaluating Pedestrian “Safety in Numbers” at Signalized Intersections in Utah with Pedestrian Exposure Data from Traffic Signals
Ahadul Islam, Utah State University
Michelle Mekker, Utah State University
Patrick Singleton (patrick.singleton@usu.edu), Utah State University
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Evaluating the Impact of Exogenous Factors on Pedestrian Injury Severity Using Alternate Modeling Frameworks in the Context of a Developing Urban Metropolis
Shahnewaz Hasanat-E-Rabbi (shahnewaz.rabbi@gmail.com), BUET
Md Asif Raihan, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
S M Mahmud, Accident Research Institute (ARI)
Md. Shamsul Hoque, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
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Exploration of Transit Station-Oriented Active Transportation Safety Using Bivariate Spatial Models with Different Covariate Inputs
Mankirat Singh, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Yongping Zhang, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Wen Cheng, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Hairui Tang, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Edward Clay, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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Impact of Walking Environment on the Walkability Measures
Jun-Seok Oh, Western Michigan University
Valerian Kwigizile, Western Michigan University
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Incorporating Conflict Risks in Pedestrian-Motorist Interactions: A Game Theoretical Approach
Yunchang Zhang, Purdue University
Jon Fricker (fricker@purdue.edu), Purdue University
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Investigating Pedestrians’ Exposure to Traffic-Related PM and BC at Intersections: a Case Study in Shanghai, China
Mazimba Mazimba, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Zhong-Ren Peng, University of Florida
Hong-Di He, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Hongmei Zhao, Shanghai Maritime University
Kaifa Lu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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Analysis of Factors Affecting Pedestrian Crash Frequency Considering Demographic, Land Use, and Roadway Characteristics
Emmanuel James (elj52@nau.edu), Northern Arizona University
Brendan Russo, Northern Arizona University
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Invited Student Paper: Spatial Equity Analysis of Nighttime Pedestrian Safety: The Role of Land Use and Alcohol Establishments
Benson Long (blong2@unm.edu), University of New Mexico
Nick Ferenchak, University of New Mexico
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Ontario's Pedestrian Crash Causation Study: A Focus on the Impact of Large-Scale Trends on Road Safety
Sarah Plonka, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
Patrick Byrne, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
Sara Volo, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
Ian Sinclair, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
Thadsha Prabha, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
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Street Smart New Jersey Campaign: Observational Pedestrian Safety Assessment
Mohammad Jalayer, Rowan University
Deep Patel, Rowan University
Patrick Szary, Rutgers University
Keith Hamas, North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority
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Measuring Pedestrian Level of Stress in Urban Environments: A Naturalistic Walking Pilot Study
Seth LaJeunesse, University of North Carolina
Paul Ryus, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
Wesley Kumfer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University
Krista Nordback, University of North Carolina
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