January 7-11, 2018
Washington, D.C.
TRB 97th Annual Meeting
127

Doctoral Student Research in Transportation Operations and Control

Sunday, January 07, 2018, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM, Convention Center
Michael Knodler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, presiding
Sponsored by Section - Operations

 

Data-Driven Approaches for Robust Timing Plan in Urban Transportation Networks
Zahra Amini, University of California, Berkeley

 

Highways Traffic Operation and Performance Evaluation in a Connected Environment: Multi-Agent Modeling Framework
Harith Abdulsattar, Oregon State University

 

Leveraging Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Technology to Improve Traffic Flow and Control
Simon Stebbins, University of Queensland

 

Improving Multi-modal Network Timetable Coordination
Rejitha Nath, Monash University

 

Statistical and Simulation Methods for Evaluating Stationary and Mobile Work Zone Impacts
Roozbeh Rahmani, University of Missouri, Columbia

 

A Socio-spatial Multi-modal System Model using an Additive Mixed Spatial Logit
Nicholas Fournier, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

Making Public Health Performance Measure for Transportation Accessible to Practitioners
Ziaur Rahman, University of Texas, Arlington

 

ITS Security and Impact Assessment
Kaveh Bakhsh Kelarestaghi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

 

Macroscopic Evaluation of Stop Bar Video Detectors Using High-Resolution Event-Base Data
Chenhui Liu, Iowa State University

 

Impact of Traffic Control Related Failures on Trust in Automation
Foroogh Sadat Hajiseyedjavadi, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

Conditional Signal Priority: Its Effect on Transit Reliability and Transfers
Paul Anderson, University of California, Berkeley

 

Coordinated Driving in Connected and Autonomous Vehicle System -- Optimal Advance Lane Change Zones and Coordinated Platoon Car Following Control
Siyuan Gong, Illinois Institute of Technology