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      January 24–28, 2021

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Poster Session 1169

1169 - Safety Performance and Analysis, Act 1: Pedestrians, Bicyclists, E-Bikes, and Couriers (Act 2, Session 1202; Act 3, Session 1295; Act 4, Session 1327)

Tuesday, January 26 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM ET
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Safety Performance and Analysis (ACS20)


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Title Presentation Number
Risk from Left Turns Across Multiple Lanes to Bicyclists in a Separated Path: A Case for Protected-Only Left Turns
Ray (Mohammad) Saeidi Razavi, Northeastern University
Peter Furth, Northeastern University
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Spatial Models for High-Accurate Hot Zone Identification for E-bikes
Xuesong Wang (wangxs@tongji.edu.cn), Tongji University
Yongfeng Tang, Tongji University
Mohammed Quddus, Loughborough University
Qingya Zhou, Guangzhou Urban Planning and Design Survey Research Institute
Xinyi Hou, Traffic Police Headquarters of Shanghai Public Security Bureau
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Geographically Weighted Poisson Regression under Linear Model of Coregionalization  Assistance: Application to a bicycle crashes study
Shujuan Ji, Chang'an University
Yuanqing Wang (wyqing@chd.edu.cn), Chang'an University
Yao Wang, Chang'an University
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Grouped random parameter multinomial logit for studying the influence of traffic, geometric and context variables on urban crash types
Paolo Intini (paolo.intini@poliba.it), Politecnico di Bari
Nicola Berloco, Politecnico di Bari
Achille Fonzone, Edinburgh Napier University
Grigorios Fountas, Edinburgh Napier University
Vittorio Ranieri, Polytechnic University of Bari
Pasquale Colonna, Politecnico di Bari
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The Role of Lighting Condition Across the Pedestrian Injury Severity Spectrum
Nick Ferenchak (ferenchak@unm.edu), University of New Mexico
Risa Gutierrez, WSP
Patrick Singleton, Utah State University
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A Comparison of Pedestrian Injury Severity Crash Factors at Intersections and Non-Intersection Locations
Zade Koch, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Jinhua Zhao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Sirisha Rangavajhala, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc
Peter Miraglia, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc
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How Built Environment Characteristics of Pedestrian-Vehicle Collision Locations Affect Pedestrian Injury Severity Involving Distracted Driving?
Nazmul Arefin Khan, Dalhousie University
Muhammad Habib, Dalhousie University
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Investigating Factors Affecting Pedestrian Crash Severity at High Speed Urban Arterial Roadways: A Case Study of Louisiana
Raju Thapa, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
Julius Codjoe (Julius.Codjoe@la.gov), Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
Paul Kornyoh, Jacobs
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Predicting Pedestrian Crash Occurrence And Injury Severity In Texas
Mashrur Rahman, University of Texas, Austin
Kara M. Kockelman (kkockelm@mail.utexas.edu), University of Texas, Austin
Kenneth Perrine, University of Texas, Austin
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Automated Video Processing for Pedestrian-Vehicle Conflict Analysis
Spencer Maddox, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
Colin Usher, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Kari Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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Factors related to road safety of couriers: A comparison of three regions in China
Changxin Sun (782428620@qq.com), Wuhan University
Yi HE, Wuhan University
Chaozhong Wu, Wuhan University
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Pedestrian Safety Hazard Due to Jaywalking and Cell Phone Induced Distractions: A Synopsis from Highway Intersections in Bangladesh
Moinul Hossain, Islamic University of Technology (IUT)
Afia Jahin Prema, Islamic University of Technology
Dewan Tanvir Ahammed, Islamic University of Technology
Niaz Mahmud, Islamic University of Technology
Md Asif Raihan, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Md. Abdullah Al Mamun, Universita degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza
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Categorical Principal Component Analysis (CATPCA) of Pedestrian Crashes in Central Florida
Hatem Abou-Senna (habousenna@ucf.edu), University of Central Florida
Essam Radwan, University of Central Florida
Hassan Tahsin, Cairo University
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Effects of Various Speed Management Countermeasures on Bicycle Crashes for Urban Roads in Central Florida
Jorge Ugan, University of Central Florida
Mohamed Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida
Qing Cai (qingcai@knights.ucf.edu), University of Central Florida
Nada Mahmoud, University of Central Florida
Ma'en Al-Omari, University of Central Florida
Brenda Young, Florida Department of Transportation
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