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Poster Session 1071

1071 - Freeway Operations 2021

Monday, January 25 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM ET
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Freeway Operations (ACP20)


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Title Presentation Number
Collection, Analysis, and Reporting of Kentucky Traffic Incident Management Performance
Xu Zhang (xuzhang_uk@uky.edu), Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Reginald Souleyrette, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Eric Green, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Teng Wang, Kentucky Transportation Center
Mei Chen, Kentucky Transportation Center
Paul Ross, Kentucky Transportation Center
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Is Third-Party Provided Travel Time Helpful to Estimate Freeway Performance Measures?
Sakib Khan (sakibk@clemson.edu), Clemson University
Anthony Patire, University of California, Berkeley
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An Arterial-Friendly Local Ramp Metering Control Strategy
Yao Cheng (chengyao09@gmail.com), University of Maryland, College Park
Gang-Len Chang, University of Maryland
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Energy and Mobility Impacts of a Feedback Variable Speed Advisory Algorithm on Traffic Streams of Connected Vehicles and Conventional Vehicles
Hao Liu, University of California, Berkeley
Xiao-Yun Lu, University of California, Berkeley
Zhitong Huang, Leidos, Inc.
Steven Shladover, University of California, Berkeley
Soomin Woo, University of California, Berkeley
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Impact of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control on a Multilane Highway with Differentiated per-lane Speed Limit Policy
Zhe Xiao (zestshaw@gmail.com), Southeast University
Xiaoyu "Sky" Guo, Texas A&M University, College Station
Xiucheng Guo, Southeast University
Yi Li, Southeast University
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Estimating Fatality and Injury Savings Due to Deployment of Advanced Wrong-Way Driving Countermeasures on a Toll Road Network
Adrian Sandt, University of Central Florida
Haitham Al-Deek, University of Central Florida
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Statewide Application of Wrong-Way Driving Crash Risk Modeling and Countermeasures Optimization Algorithm to Identify Optimal Locations for Countermeasure Deployment on Florida Limited Access Facilities
Adrian Sandt, University of Central Florida
Haitham Al-Deek, University of Central Florida
Patrick Blue, University of Central Florida
John McCombs, University of Central Florida
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Differential Variable Speed Limits to Improve Performance and Safety of Car-Truck Mixed Traffic
Anas Abdulghani, University of Windsor
Chris Lee (cclee@uwindsor.ca), University of Windsor
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Evaluation of the Minnesota Queue Warning System, MN-QWARN
John Hourdos, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Melissa Duhn, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Zhejun Liu, Facebook Inc
Gordon Parikh, SRF Consulting
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Do Larger Sample Sizes Increase the Reliability of Traffic Incident Duration Models? A Case Study of East Tennessee Incidents
Zihe Zhang, University of Alabama
Jun Liu, University of Alabama
Xiaobing Li, University of Alabama
Asad J. Khattak, University of Tennessee
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Macroscopic Evaluation of Rubbernecking on Freeways and its Effects on Traffic
Paulina Reina, California State University, Fullerton
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Analysis of Risky Driving Behavior at Closely Spaced Interchange-tunnel Section
Xiaohua Zhao, Beijing University of Technology
Yunjie Ju, Beijing University of Technology
haijian li (lihaijian@bjut.edu.cn), Beijing University of Technology
Jia Li, Beijing University of Technology
Jianming Ma, Texas Department of Transportation
Wenhui Dong, Beijing University of Technology
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Mining Lane Changing Behavior from Trajectory Data: Characterization and Extreme Driving Behavior Identification
Ishtiak Ahmed (iahmed2@ncsu.edu), Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE)
Alan Karr, AFK Analytics, LLC
Nagui Rouphail, North Carolina State University
Richard Chase, Institute for Transportation Research and Education
Shams Tanvir, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
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Practical Challenges with Rapid Estimation of Incident-induced Delay for Incident Management
Nishu Choudhary, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Angshuman Guin, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Michael Hunter, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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Evaluating Traffic Incident Clearance Time using a Threshold Regression Model
Henrick Haule, Florida International University
Priyanka Alluri, Florida International University
Thobias Sando, University of North Florida
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Insights Gained by Incorporating Continuous Vehicle Length Data into Empirical Freeway Bottleneck Diagnosis
Eren Yuksel, University of South Florida
Robert Bertini, Oregon State University
Brian Staes, University of South Florida
Nikhil Menon, University of South Florida
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Queue Length Estimation for Metered On-Ramps: A Multi-Source Data Approach
Xiaoling Luo, Chongqing Jiaotong University
Xiaobo Ma (xiaoboma@email.arizona.edu), University of Arizona
Matthew Munden, Arizona Department of Transportation
Yao-Jan Wu, University of Arizona
Yangsheng Jiang, Southwest Jiaotong University
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Hard Shoulder Running on Freeways in Germany: Long-Term Analysis of Safety Effects
Helen Waleczek, Ruhr-Universitat, Bochum
Justin Geistefeldt, Ruhr-Universitat, Bochum
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Evaluating Weather Responsive Freeway Management Strategies of Traveler Information Messages and Snowplow Pre-Positioning in a Connected Vehicle Environment
Qinhua Jiang, University of California, Los Angeles
Dong Nian, University of Cincinnati
Yi Guo, University of Cincinnati
Jiaqi Ma, University of California, Los Angeles
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A linear Lagrangian model predictive controller of variable speed limits to eliminate freeway jam waves
Yu Han (yuhan@seu.edu.cn), Southeast University
Meng Wang, Technische Universiteit Delft
Ziang He, Southeast University
Pan Liu, Southeast University
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