• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

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2019

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Poster Session 1498

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Tuesday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Poster
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Highway Capacity and Quality of Service (AHB40)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Exploring the Impact of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles on Freeway Capacity Using Microscopic Traffic Simulation
Pengfei Liu, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Wei (David) Fan, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
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19-05196
A Procedure to Estimate the Effect of Autonomous Vehicles on Freeway Capacity
David Stanek, Fehr & Peers
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19-03588
Comparing Alternatives of a 2+1 Highway with Two-Lane Highways Through Simulation
Manuel G. Romana, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Marilo Martin-Gasulla, University of Florida
Ana Moreno, Technical University of Munich
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19-01089
Exploring Lane-Based Vehicular Speed Characteristics in Freeway Work Zones with Drone Video
Zhongyu Wang, Shanghai Maritime University
Wenya He, Public Transit Research Institute, Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning and Design Institute
Xi Zhang, California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS)
Yanli Wang, Tongji University
Bing Wu, Tongji University
Yinhai Wang, University of Washington
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19-00833
Lane Changing in Freeway: A Stochastic Relation with Capacity
Marcel Sala, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
Francesc Soriguera, UPC - BarcelonaTech
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19-02861
Validation of Highway Capacity Manual’s Freeway Travel Time Reliability Prediction Using Probe and Sensor Data
Mohamad Shoaib Samandar, North Carolina State University
Billy Williams, Institute for Transportation Research and Education
Ishtiak Ahmed, North Carolina State University
Nagui Rouphail, North Carolina State University
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19-01666
Impact of Ramp Metering Queue Override on the Capacity of an Isolated Freeway Merge
Xingan (David) Kan, University of California, Berkeley
Xiao-Yun Lu, California PATH Program
Alexander Skabardonis, University of California, Berkeley
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19-05057
Evaluating the Effect of Geometry and Control on Freeway Merge Bottleneck Capacity
Mohamadamin Asgharzadeh, University of Kansas
Alexandra Kondyli, University of Kansas
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19-03107
Analyzing a Tandem Fluid Queueing Model with Stochastic Capacity and Spillback
Li Jin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Saurabh Amin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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19-02245
An Efficiency-Based Methodology to Estimate Freeway Capacity: Analytical Properties and Practical Implications
Mohammad Rayeedul Kalam Siam, Oregon State University
Changqiao Shao, Nanyang Technological University
Haizhong Wang, Oregon State University
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19-05032
Developing Procedures to Calibrate Travel Time Reliability Using NPMRDS Data
Mohammad Razaur Shaon, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Xiao Qin, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Ambily Pankaj, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Elizabeth Schneider, Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Benjamin Rouleau, Wisconsin Department of Transportation
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19-03487
Evaluating the Impacts of the Road Marking Line Design on the Weaving Capacity in the Urban Area
Jingya Zhao, Southeast University
Jie Bao, Southeast University
Pengying Ouyang, Southeast University
Chengcheng Xu, Southeast University
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19-03864
A Data-Driven Approach for Estimation of Passenger Car Equivalents on Basic Freeway Segments Operating at Capacity
John Ash, University of Washington
kristian Henrickson, University of Washington
Yinhai Wang, University of Washington
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19-04350
Analysis of Urban Weaving Sections at Greater Cairo
Abdelrahman Awad, Cairo University
Laila Radwan, Professor of highways
Ahmed Khalil, Benha University
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19-04048
Analysis of the Longitudinal Variations in Traffic Capacity at Freeway Bottlenecks
Yasuhiro Shiomi, Ritsumeikan University
Jian Xing, Nippon Expressway Research Institute
Hodaka Kai, Nippon Expressway Research Institute
Tomoya Katayama, Ritsumeikan University
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19-04369
Sensitivity Analyses of Speed Limit, Truck Lane Restrictions, and Data Aggregation Level on the 2016 HCM PCE Estimation Methodology for Western U.S. Conditions
Jianan Zhou, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Laurence Rilett, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Elizabeth Jones, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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19-02463
Comparison of Stochastic Estimates of Capacity and Critical Density for U.S. and German Freeways
Justin Geistefeldt, Ruhr University, Bochum
Siavash Shojaat, Arcadis
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19-03792
Lane Change Rates at Freeway Weaving Sites: Trends In HCM6 and from NGSIM Trajectories
Ishtiak Ahmed, North Carolina State University
Dezhong Xu, North Carolina State University
Nagui Rouphail, North Carolina State University
Alan Karr, RTI International
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19-05033
Capacity Modeling of Weaving Areas on an Urban Expressway with the Exclusive Bus Lanes Based on Gap Acceptance Theory
Xumei Chen, Beijing Jiaotong University
Xiaomi Han, Beijing Jiaotong University
Xianchao Jia, China Railway SIYUAN Survey & Design Group Co., Ltd
Lei Yu, Texas Southern University
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19-04149
Development and Calibration of VISSIM Models for Rural Freeway Lane Closures: A Novel Approach to the Modification of Key Parameters
Nicholas Jehn, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Rod Turochy, Auburn University
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19-03245
A Lane-by-Lane Analysis Framework for Conducting Highway Capacity Analyses at Freeway Segments
Fabio Sasahara, University of Florida
Lily Elefteriadou, University of Florida
Shen Dong, University of Florida
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19-03250
Estimating Passenger Car Equivalent Using the 2016 HCM PCE Methodology on Four-Lane Level Freeway Segments in the Western United States
Jianan Zhou, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Laurence Rilett, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Elizabeth Jones, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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19-06093
Evaluating the Operational Impact of Narrow Lanes and Shoulders for the Highway Capacity Manual
Alexandra Kondyli, University of Kansas
David Hale, Leidos, Inc.
Mohamadamin Asgharzadeh, University of Kansas
Bastian Schroeder, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
Anxi Jia, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
Joe Bared, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
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19-06024
Travel Time Reliability Analysis Using Microsimulation
Nima Haghighi Naeini, University of Utah
Xiaoyue Cathy Liu, University of Utah
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19-04887
Validating the Adaptability of Travel Time Reliability Measurements Using Probe Data
Zhuo Chen, University of Utah
Xiaoyue Cathy Liu, University of Utah
Grant Farnsworth, Utah Department of Transportation
Kelly Burns, Utah Department of Transportation
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19-05947