• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1218

Collecting and Analyzing Pedestrian and Bicyclist Data

Monday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Poster
Aditi Misra, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Highway Traffic Monitoring (ABJ35)
Subcommittee on Bicycle and Pedestrian Data (ABJ35(3))
Standing Committee on Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems (ABJ20)
Standing Committee on Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems (ABJ30)
Standing Committee on Travel Survey Methods (ABJ40)
Standing Committee on Bicycle Transportation (ANF20)
Standing Committee on Pedestrians (ANF10)

This session includes papers that describe research about collecting and analyzing pedestrian and bicyclist data.



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Title Presentation Number
A new tool for pedestrian observation: Reliability and efficiency of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
Keunhyun Park, Utah State University
Reid H. Ewing, University of Utah
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19-00140
BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN COUNT PROGRAMS: A SCAN OF CURRENT U.S. PRACTICE
Peter Ohlms, Virginia Department of Transportation
Lance Dougald, Virginia Department of Transportation
Hannah E. MacKnight, Virginia Transportation Research Council
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19-00615
Development of Instrumented Bicycle and Mobile Applications to Perform Cloud-Based Pavement Condition Management for Bike Roads
Chun-Hsing Ho, Northern Arizona University
Peijie Qiu, Northern Arizona University
Siwei Wen, Northern Arizona University
Xilun Liu, Northern Arizona University
Matt Snyder, Northern Arizona University
Kyle Winfree, Northern Arizona University
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19-01365
MULTI-DIRECTIONAL PEDESTRIAN DETECTION AND FLOW MONITORING FROM TRAFFIC VIDEOS
RITWIKA CHOWDHURY, IIT Kharagpur
Kinjal Bhattacharyya, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Sudipta Mukhopadhyay, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Prof. Bhargab Maitra, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
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19-01837
PROCESSING CYCLING RISK UNDER DIFFERENT ELICITATION METHODS: COMPARING 2D AND 3D IN VIRTUAL REALITY CHOICE ENVIRONMENTS
Martyna Bogacz, University of Leeds
Chiara Calastri, University of Leeds
Charisma Choudhury, University of Leeds
Stephane Hess, University of Leeds
Alex Erath, Future Cities Laboratory
Michael Van Eggermond, Future Cities Laboratory
Faisal Mushtaq, University of Leeds
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19-02604
A PEDESTRIAN-ORIENTED FRAMEWORK FOR MEASURING AREA-WIDE PEDESTRIAN ACTIVITY
Steven Gehrke, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Peter James, Harvard Medical School
Halley Reeves, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Sharon Ron, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Timothy G. Reardon, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Barry Keppard, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
W.W. Sanouri Ursprung, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
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19-02908
Comparative Analysis of User Behavior of Dock-Based and Dockless Bikeshare and Scootershare in Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area
Kiana Roshan Zamir, University of Maryland, College Park
Iryna Bondarenko, University of Maryland, College Park
Sean Thomas Burnett, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Stefanie Brodie, District Department of Transportation
Kim Lucas, District Department of Transportation
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19-03300
A METHODOLOGY TO INCORPORATE SCENICNESS INTO REVEALED PREFERENCE PEDESTRIAN ROUTE CHOICE MODELING FROM SMARTPHONE DATA
Parham Hamouni, Concordia University
Ciprian Alecsandru, Concordia University
Zachary Patterson, Concordia University
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19-03311
A Pedestrian Exposure Model for the California State Highway System
Julia Griswold, University of California, Berkeley
Aditya Medury, Safe Transportation Research and Education Center
Robert Schneider, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Dave Amos, University of California, Berkeley
Ang Li
Offer Grembek, University of California, Berkeley
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19-03578
EVALUATING OPENSTREETMAP’S PERFORMANCE POTENTIAL FOR LEVEL OF TRAFFIC STRESS ANALYSIS
David Wasserman, Fehr & Peers
Alex Rixey, Fehr & Peers
Xinyi (Elynor) Zhou, Fehr & Peers
Drew Levitt, Fehr & Peers
Matt Benjamin, Fehr & Peers
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19-03888
The Relationship Between Macroscopic Cycling Traffic Parameters on Cycle Tracks
David Beitel, McGill University
Miguel Domínguez-Michelen, McGill University
Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University
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19-04090
Prediction of Transfer Probability of Traffic Flow for Shared Bikes Based on Hybrid Optimization and Deep Learning Algorithms
Wenwen Tu, Southwest Jiaotong University
Hengyi Liu, University of Waterloo
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19-04772
STATED PREFERENCE ANALYSIS OF BICYCLE SHARING SYSTEMS IN CHINESE CITIES
Yi Zhu, Shanghai University of Economics and Finance
Zhao Guyue, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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19-04782
Large-scale bicycle flow experiment: set-up and implementation
Alexandra Gavriilidou, Delft University of Technology
Maria Wierbos, Delft University of Technology
Winnie Daamen, Delft University of Technology
Yufei Yuan, Delft University of Technology
Victor Knoop, Delft University of Technology
Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology
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19-05511
INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF DOCKLESS BIKESHARE DATA: WASHINGTON, D.C. AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
Alexandra Frackelton, Toole Design Group
Frank Proulx, Toole Design Group, LLC
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19-05751
Minimizing AADNT Estimation Errors: How Many Counters are Needed per Factor Group?
Krista Nordback, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University
Dylan Johnstone, Toole Design Group
Greg Lindsey, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Sherry Ryan, San Diego State University
Jeremy Raw, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
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19-05935
ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION INDICATORS AND ESTABLISHING BASELINE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRY CONTEXT: A STUDY IN RAJSHAHI, BANGLADESH
Shaila Jamal, McMaster University
HOSSAIN MOHIUDDIN, University of Iowa
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19-05941
COMPARING THE CHARACTERISTICS OF BICYCLE TRIPS BETWEEN ENDOMONDO, GOOGLE MAPS, AND MAPQUEST
Angela Schirck-Matthews, University of Florida
Hartwig Hochmair, University of Florida
Dariia Strelnikova, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences
Levente Juhász, University of Florida
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19-06087
A GIS-based Relative Weight Approach for Evaluating the Station Suitability of Bike-sharing System
Wendong Chen, Southeast University
Xuewu Chen
Jingxu Chen, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Long Cheng, Ghent University
Pengfei Wang, Southeast University
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19-01171
Estimating the parking demand of free-floating bike sharing: a journey-data-based study of Nanjing, China
Mingzhuang Hua, Southeast University
Xuewu Chen
Shujie Zheng, Southeast University
Long Cheng, Ghent University
Jingxu Chen, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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19-04706