• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

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2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1366

Gaining Insight into Highway Safety and Risk Through Improved Methods and Models

Monday 3:45 PM- 5:30 PM
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Poster
Raghavan Srinivasan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Safety Data, Analysis and Evaluation (ANB20)

This poster session presents papers from ANB20 (Safety Data, Analysis, and Evaluation) that explore new models and methods for safety analysis and evaluation studies.  The papers include a broad range of safety topics from secondary crashes to distracted driving to automated vehicles.  Wear good shoes.  There is a lot here!



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Title Presentation Number
Application of extreme value theory for before-after road safety analysis
Lai Zheng, Harbin Institute of Technology
Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia
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19-00438
Comparison of Empirical Bayes and Propensity Score Methods for Road Safety Evaluation: a Simulation Study
Haojie Li, Southeast University
Daniel Graham, Imperial College London
Hongliang Ding, Southeast University
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19-00565
Application of Random Effects Negative Binomial Models with Clustered Dataset for Vehicle Crash Frequency Analysis
Haitao Gong, Jackson State University
Shontria Dent, Jackson State University
Feng Wang, Jackson State University
Bin Zhou, Central Connecticut State University
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19-00817
Analysis of Accident Injury-Severity Outcomes: The Zero-Inflated Hierarchical Ordered Probit Model with Correlated Disturbances
Grigorios Fountas, Edinburgh Napier University
Panagiotis Anastasopoulos, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
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19-00886
Net-social and Net-private Benefits of Some Existing Vehicle Crash Avoidance Technologies
Corey D. Harper, Booz Allen Hamilton
Abdullah Khan, Carnegie Mellon University
Chris Hendrickson, Carnegie Mellon University
Constantine Samaras, Carnegie Mellon University
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19-01100
Incorporating Route Safety in the Pathfinding Problem Using Big Data
Nima Hoseinzadeh, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Ramin Arvin, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Asad Khattak, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Lee Han, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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19-01433
Modeling highly unbalanced crash injury severity data by ensemble methods and global sensitivity analysis
Liming Jiang, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Yuanchang Xie, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Tianzhu Ren, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
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19-01646
Investigating the Characteristics of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Involved Crashes
Chengcheng Xu, Southeast University
ZIJIAN DING, Southeast University
Chen Wang, Southeast University
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19-01662
A Comprehensive Review of Secondary Crash Studies
Armana Huq, Florida International University
Priyanka Alluri, Florida International University
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19-01780
Hit and Run Crashes: An Application of Correlated Random Parameter Probit Model Using Real-Time Crash Data
cassandra Villa, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Gurdiljot Gill, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Wen Cheng, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Xudong Jia, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Jiao Zhou, 1978
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19-01791
Spatial Local Effect Analysis of Traffic Accident Size Using Geographically Weighted Structural Equation Modeling
Taekyoung Kim, Korea Road Traffic Authority
Jaewoong Yun, Yonsei University
Jin-Hyuk Chung, Chung Ang University
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19-01850
Wrong-Way Driving Crashes: A Random-Parameters Ordered Probit Analysis of Injury Severity
Mohammad Jalayer, Rowan University
Ramin Shabanpour, University of Illinois, Chicago
Mahdi Pour Rouholamin, DKS Associates
Nima Golshani, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Huaguo Zhou, Auburn University
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19-01883
Identifying Contributing Factors to Crash Severity: Analysis of Gender Differences
Hesamoddin Razi Ardakani, Sharif University of Technology
Amin Ariannezhad, University of Arizona
Mohammad Kermanshah, Sharif University of Technology
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19-02204
Determining Optimal Segment Lengths for Traffic Safety Analysis Based on Spectral Analysis
Xi Zhao, Clemson University
Yichuan Peng, Tongji University
Xinzhi Zhong, Tongji University
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19-02342
Sensitivity Analysis of Bayesian Semiparametric Spatial Crash Frequency Models
Wen Cheng, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Gurdiljot Gill, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Jiao Zhou, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Tom Vo, Southern California Association of Governments
Frank Wen, Southern California Association of Governments
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19-02686
Identification of Secondary Crash Risk Factors using Penalized Logistic Regression Model
Angela Kitali, Florida International University
Priyanka Alluri, Florida International University
Thobias Sando, University of North Florida
Wensong Wu, Florida International University
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19-02788
Determinants of crash type and severity using Generalized Structure Equation Modeling
Kyung(Kate) Hyun, University of Texas, Arlington
Suman Mitra, University of California, Irvine
Kyungsoo Jeong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Yeow Chern Tok, University of California, Irvine
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19-02963
Before-After Analysis of Safety Effects of Variable Speed Limit System Using Full Bayesian Models
Ziyuan Pu, University of Washington
Xiaoyu Guo, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Zhibin Li, Southeast University
Ying Jiang, University of Washington
Yinhai Wang, University of Washington
Chao Zhang, Tsinghua University
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19-03134
Modeling the Effects of Lake-Effect Snow Related Weather Conditions on Daily Traffic Crashes: A Time Series Count Data Approach
Bandhan Dutta Ayon, Western Michigan University
Benjamin Ofori-Amoah, Western Michigan University
Lei Meng, Western Michigan University
Jun-Seok Oh, Western Michigan University
Kathleen Baker, Western Michigan University
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19-03285
Incorporating Spatial Effects into Temporal Dynamic of Traffic Fatality Risks: A Case Study on Lower States of the USA, 1975-2015
Hanchu Zhou, Central South University
Fangrong Chang, Central South University
Pengpeng Xu, University of Hong Kong
Mohamed Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida
Helai Huang, Central South University
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19-03389
Real-Time Crash Risk Prediction Using Long Short-Term Memory Recurrent Neural Network
Jinghui Yuan, University of Central Florida
Mohamed Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida
Yaobang Gong, University of Central Florida
Qing Cai, University of Central Florida
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19-03414
Real-Time Crash Risk Analysis for Signalized Intersections
Jinghui Yuan, University of Central Florida
Mohamed Abdel-Aty, University of Central Florida
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19-03593
Improving Intersection Safety with RCUT: Louisiana Experience
Xiaoduan Sun, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Ming Sun, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
M. Ashifur Rahman, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Kenneth McManis, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Donghui Shan, CCCC First Highway Consultants Co., Ltd
Destiny Armstrong, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
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19-03728
Effect of Vehicular Defects on Crash Severity: A Bayesian Data Mining Approach
Subasish Das, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Anandi Dutta, Texas A&M University
Srinivas Geedipally, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Chaolun Ma, Texas A&M University
Zachary Elgart, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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19-03778
Analysis of Factors Affecting the Frequency of Crashes on Interstate Freeways by Vehicle Type and Severity Incorporating Weather Prediction Models
Cristopher Aguilar, Northern Arizona University
Brendan Russo, Northern Arizona University
Amin Mohebbi, Northern Arizona University
Simin Akbariyeh, California Polytechnic State University
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19-03858
Enhancing Real-Time Crash Risk Prediction Performance Considering Spatial and Temporal Correlations in Support Vector Machine
Tong Liu, Southeast University
Zhibin Li, Southeast University
Ziyuan Pu, University of Washington
Chengcheng Xu, Southeast University
Meng Li, Southeast University
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19-03963
Examining Multilayer Perceptron Based Machine Learning Method to Predict Imbalanced Sample of Traffic Crash
Chongyi Li, Tongji University
Jinzhao zhou, South China University of Technology
Yichuan Peng, Tongji University
Jian Lu, Tongji University
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19-04002
An Empirical Analysis on Temporal Stability of Factors in Work-Zone Crashes in Florida: A Random Parameters Heterogeneity-in-Means Approach
Mouyid Islam, USF Center for Urban Transportation Research
Chanyoung Lee, Center for Urban Transportation Research at USF
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19-04235
Safety Performance of Displaced Left Turn Intersections Case Studies in San Marcos, Texas
Yi Qi, Texas Southern University
Qiao Sun, Texas Southern University
Qun Zhao, Texas Southern University
Tao Tao, Texas Southern University
Wenrui Qu, Qilu University of Technology
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19-04385
Crash Severity Effects of Adaptive Signal Control Technology: Insights from Pennsylvania and Virginia
Zulqarnain H. Khattak, University of Virginia
Michael Fontaine, Virginia Transportation Research Council
Jiaqi Ma, University of Cincinnati
Brian L. Smith, University of Virginia
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19-04637
Predicting the Frequency of Secondary Crashes Caused by One Primary Crash Using Zero-Inflated Ordered Probit Regression
Chengcheng Xu, Southeast University
Shuoyan Xu, Southeast University
Chen Wang, Southeast University
Jing Li, Southeast University
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19-04725
Impact of Built Environment on the Severity of Vehicle Crashes Caused by Distracted Driving
Zhenhua Chen, Ohio State University
Youngbin Lym, Ohio State University
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19-04801
Prediction and Factor Identification for Crash Severity: Comparison of Discrete Choice and Tree-based Models
Xinyi Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Sung Hoo Kim, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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19-04845
Applications of Measurement Error Correction Approaches in Statistical Road Safety Modeling
Anusha Musunuru, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI)
Richard Porter, VHB
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19-04990
A Taxonomy of Naturalistic Driving Errors and Violations and Its Variations Across Different Land-Use Contexts – A Path Analysis Approach
Asad Khattak, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Behram Wali, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Numan Ahmad, University of Tennessee
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19-05054
Multivariate Copula Modeling of Intersection Crash Consequence Metrics: A Joint Estimation of Injury Severity, Crash Type, Vehicle Damage and Driver Error
Kai Wang, University of Connecticut
Tanmoy Bhowmik, University of Central Florida
Shamsunnahar Yasmin, University of Central Florida
Shanshan Zhao, Connecticut Transportation Safety Research Center
Naveen Eluru, University of Central Florida
Eric Jackson, Connecticut Transportation Safety Research Center
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19-05069
Contributing Factors for Focus Crash Types and Facility Types
Taha Saleem, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Richard Porter, VHB
Raghavan Srinivasan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Daniel Carter, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Scott Himes, VHB
Thanh Le, VHB
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19-05124
A multimodal approach for monitoring driving behavior and emotions
Arash Tavakoli, University of Virginia
Arsalan Heydarian, University of Virginia
Vahid Balali, California State University, Long Beach
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19-05204
Identification and Prediction of Severity-Based Crash Hotspots for Occupants of Different Age Groups in Various Time Intervals of a Day
Somayeh Mafi, Florida A&M University
Yassir Abdelrazig, Florida A&M University
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19-05497
Alternative Model Structures for Multivariate Crash Frequency Analysis: Comparing Simulation-based Multivariate Model with Copula-based Multivariate Model
Tanmoy Bhowmik, University of Central Florida
Moshiur Rahman, University of Central Florida
Shamsunnahar Yasmin, University of Central Florida
Naveen Eluru, University of Central Florida
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19-05507
Analyzing Automated Vehicle Crashes in California: Application of a Bayesian Binary Logit Model
Alexandra Boggs, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Asad Khattak, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Behram Wali, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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19-05567
Determination of the Driver At-fault Using Possibility Theory-based Classification
Shabnam Nazmi, North Carolina A&T State University
Saina Ramyar, North Carolina A&T State University
Abdollah Homaifar, North Carolina A&T State University
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19-05823
Investigating The Effect of Driver, Vehicle, and Road Related Factors on Location-Specific Crashes Using Naturalistic Driving Data
Grace Ashley, Louisiana State University
Osama Osman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Sherif Ishak, Old Dominion University
Julius Codjoe, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
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19-05934