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2021

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Poster Session 1209

1209 - Omnibus Bicycle Research Poster Session

Tuesday, January 26 2:30 PM- 4:00 PM ET
Poster
Raktim Mitra, Ryerson University
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Bicycle Transportation (ACH20)

Research in bicycle safety, mode choice, operations, user preference, and more



No agenda available

Title Presentation Number
Calibrating the Wiedemann 99 Car-Following Model for Bicycle Traffic
Heather Kaths, Technische Universitaet Muenchen
Andreas Keler, Technische Universitat Munchen
Klaus Bogenberger, Technische Universitat Munchen
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TRBAM-21-00040
Could There Be Spillover Effects between Recreational and Utilitarian Cycling? A Multivariate Model
Francesco Piras (france.piras90@gmail.com), University of Cagliari
Eleonora Sottile, Universita degli Studi Di Cagliari
Giovanni Tuveri, Universita degli Studi Di Cagliari
Italo Meloni, Universita degli Studi Di Cagliari
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TRBAM-21-00098
Bicycle Level of Service: Accounting for protected lanes, traffic exposure, and delay
Nicholas Fournier, University of California, Berkeley
Jiayun Huang, University of California, Berkeley
Alexander Skabardonis, University of California, Berkeley
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TRBAM-21-00593
The Growing Gap in Pedestrian and Cyclist Fatality Rates between the United States and Western European Countries, 1990-2018
Ralph Buehler (ralphbu@vt.edu), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
John Pucher, Rutgers University
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TRBAM-21-00217
Physiological Markers of Traffic-Related Stress during Active Travel
Fajar Ausri, University of British Columbia
Alexander Bigazzi (abigazzi@civil.ubc.ca), University of British Columbia
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TRBAM-21-00887
Modeling the Level of Service of the Non-motorized Vehicle Crossing the Signalized Intersection
Xiaofei Ye, Ningbo University
Ye Yao, Ningbo University
Tao Wang, Guilin University of Electronic Technology
Jun Chen, Southeast University
Xingchen Yan, Nanjing Forestry University
Xuan Li, Ningbo University
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TRBAM-21-00753
Bicycle Longitudinal Motion Modeling
Karim Fadhloun, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
Hesham Rakha (hrakha@vtti.vt.edu), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech)
Archak Mittal, Ford Motor Company
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TRBAM-21-00382
A Bike Count Forecast Model with Multimodal Network Connectivity Measures
Bingqing Liu, New York University
Divya Bade, University of Pennsylvania
Joseph Chow, New York University
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TRBAM-21-00987
Analyzing transportation equity: Is there unobserved heterogeneity?
Zhiwei Chen, University of South Florida
Xiaopeng Li (xiaopengli@usf.edu), University of South Florida
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TRBAM-21-01364
Inequities in Cycling: A Review of Key Findings and Future Directions
Danial Jahanshahi, University of Auckland
Subeh Chowdhury, University of Auckland
Seosamh Costello, University of Auckland
Bert van Wee, Technische Universiteit Delft
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TRBAM-21-00983
Auditory Alerts and Safety with Simulated Bicycles and Motor Vehicles
Curtis Craig, University of Minnesota
Nichole Morris, University of Minnesota
Jacob Achtemeier, General Mills, Inc.
Katelyn Schwieters, University of Minnesota
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TRBAM-21-01607
Is There Space For Cyclists? Understanding the Impact of Cycle Lanes on Passing Distance
Thiago Louro, Universidade Estadual de Londrina
Gabriel Gardin, State University of Londrina
Heliana Fontenele, State University of Londrina
Carlos Silva Junior, State University of Londrina
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TRBAM-21-02935
Exposure-Based Models of Trail User Crashes at Roadway Crossings
Robert Schneider (rjschnei@uwm.edu), University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Schmitz Andrew, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Greg Lindsey, University of Minnesota
Xiao Qin, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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TRBAM-21-01569
Who are the fastest cyclists? An analysis of speed pedelec users in the Netherlands
Maud van der Salm, Universiteit Utrecht
Zheyan Chen, Universiteit Utrecht
Dea van Lierop (d.s.vanlierop@uu.nl), Universiteit Utrecht
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TRBAM-21-01371
An Empirical Study of the Impacts of Bicycles on Passenger Car Speeds on Urban Roads without Bicycle Lanes
Jaclyn Schaefer, Portland State University
Miguel Figliozzi, Portland State University
Avinash Unnikrishnan, Portland State University
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TRBAM-21-01830
Integrated Weather Effects on E-cycling in Daily Commuting: A Longitudinal Evaluation of Weather Effects On E-cycling in the Netherlands
Joost de Kruijf (kruijf.j@buas.nl), Universiteit Utrecht
Dick Ettema, Universiteit Utrecht
Dea van Lierop, Universiteit Utrecht
Peter Van Der Waerden, Eindhoven University
Tao Feng, Eindhoven University
Lars Bocker, Universitetet i Oslo
Martin Dijst, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research
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TRBAM-21-00546
Examining Crowdsourced Cyclists Near-Miss and Collision Events Using Text Mining and Artificial Neural Networks
Keneth Kwayu (kenitomorgan@gmail.com), Western Michigan University
Valerian Kwigizile, Western Michigan University
Kevin Lee, Western Michigan University
Jun-Seok Oh, Western Michigan University
Trisalyn Nelson, Arizona State University
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TRBAM-21-01461
Infrequent Bicyclists Have A Different Safety Perception Than Frequent Bicyclists: Findings from Revealed Preference Study Using Bikeshare Data
Nitesh Shah, University of Tennessee
Christopher Cherry, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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TRBAM-21-02742
Modeling the Impacts of Electric Bicycle Purchase Incentives
Alexander Bigazzi (abigazzi@civil.ubc.ca), University of British Columbia
Elmira Berjisian, University of British Columbia
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TRBAM-21-01709
Quantifying the effect of signage on bicycle ridership
Ali Al-Ramini (aalramini@huskers.unl.edu), University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Mohammad Ali Takallou, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Daniel Piatkowski, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Fadi Alsaleem, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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TRBAM-21-02820
Assessment of Barriers to Adoption of Electric Bicycles in Centre Region, Pennsylvania
Emmeline Evans, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Reilly Smith, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Elizabeth Traut (eut240@psu.edu), Pennsylvania State University, University Park
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TRBAM-21-03362
Assessing the Impact of Bicycle Infrastructure Treatment Type on the Frequency of Right-Hook Conflicts Between Bicyclists and Motorized Vehicles at Signalized intersections
Katerina Deliali (kdeliali@mail.ntua.gr), National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)
Chengbo Ai, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Eleni Christofa, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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TRBAM-21-02920
Prediction of Non-Motorized Vehicle’s Overtaking Trajectory on Shared Bicycle Lane
Ailing Yin, Tongji University
Xiaohong Chen, Tongji University
Lishengsa Yue, University of Central Florida
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TRBAM-21-03019
Cyclist Behaviour Towards Stop Signs. A Before-After Study on Stop-Controlled Intersections Using Video Trajectory and Surrogate Methods
Bismarck Ledezma-Navarro, McGill University
Nicolas Saunier, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Luis Miranda-Moreno, McGill University
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TRBAM-21-04453
Examining the Use of Microsimulation Modeling to Assess Bicycle-Vehicle Conflicts at Intersections: A Case Study Incorporating Field-Observed Conflict Data
David Lemcke, Northern Arizona University
Katherine Riffle, Northern Arizona University
Brendan Russo, Northern Arizona University
Edward Smaglik, Northern Arizona University
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TRBAM-21-03286
Modeling and Simulation of High-density Through Bicycle Flow at Mixed-traffic Intersections
Yixin Li, Tongji University
Ying Ni (ying_ni@tongji.edu.cn), Tongji University
Jian Sun, Tongji University
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TRBAM-21-03369
The (In)Equitable Distribution of Bicycling Facilities & the Causality Dilemma with Socioeconomic Change
Nick Ferenchak (ferenchak@unm.edu), University of New Mexico
Wesley Marshall, University of Colorado, Denver
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TRBAM-21-03474
Regional Bicycle Network Evaluation and Strategic Planning - A Quantitative Methodological Approach Despite Limited Data Sources for Cycling
Alex van Dulmen, Technische Universitat Graz
Martin Fellendorf, Technische Universitat Graz
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TRBAM-21-04295
Limitations of Recursive Logit for Inverse Reinforcement Learning of Bicycle Route Choice Behavior in Amsterdam
Thomas Koch, Vrije Universiteit
Elenna Dugundji, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
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TRBAM-21-03680
Bike Boxes: A Review of Design Guidelines Across the US and Impacts on Safety
Katerina Deliali (kdeliali@mail.ntua.gr), National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)
Eleni Christofa, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Chengbo Ai, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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TRBAM-21-04126
Creating a Road Environment where People on Foot and on Bike Are as Safe as People in Cars
Ge Shi, University of Connecticut
Vannesa Methoxha, Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Inc.
Carol Atkinson-Palombo, University of Connecticut
Norman Garrick, University of Connecticut
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TRBAM-21-04028
The influence of the Ecobici Bike Share Program on Drivers’ Perceptions towards Cyclists
Yazmin Valdez-Torres, Florida State University
Michael Duncan, Florida State University
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TRBAM-21-03703
Modeling Bicyclists’ Speed Using GPS Data
Muntahith Orvin, University of British Columbia
Mahmudur Fatmi, University of British Columbia
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TRBAM-21-03938
Impacts of Cyclability Features on Optimal Cycling Route
Axel Grante (axel.grante@polymtl.ca), Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Catherine Morency, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Jean-Simon Bourdeau, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
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TRBAM-21-03535
A Method to Define the Influence Area of Transferred Shared Bicycle in Rail Transit Based on Multi-source Data
Yu Zeng, Southeast University
Jun Chen, Southeast University
Jun Hao, Southeast University
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TRBAM-21-01124

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