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2017

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Lectern Session 397

Transportation Safety Management: From Start to Finish

Monday 1:30 PM- 3:15 PM
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Lectern
Frank Gross, VHB
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation Safety Management Systems (ANB10)

More research on safety management from a comprehensive, systems approach is desirable.  This is a hybrid session.  Each author of seven selected papers addressing a specific aspect of safety management will present a poster depicting the research in a rapid-fire, five-minute pitch followed by one-on-one discussions with the authors in the session room. 



Safety Management:  From Start to Finish

  1. System Planning: Observations on the use of CMF-corrected Crash Prediction Models to Identify Sites with Promise (17-02245)
  2. Countermeasure Selection: Multi-objective evaluation in countermeasure selection at two-way stop controlled intersections considering traffic operation, safety and environment (17-00869)
  3. Implementation: Improving the self-explaining performance of Czech national roads (17-01992)
  4. Evaluation: I (17-05511)
  5. System Operations: The Safest Path: Analyzing the Effects of Crash Costs on Route Choice and Accessibility (17-01070)
  6. Incident Management: Probability of Secondary Crash Occurrence on Freeways using Private Sector Speed Data (17-06790)
  7. Emergency Response: A GIS-Based Spatial and Statistical Analysis of Severe Crash Hotspot Accessibility to Hospitals (17-05135)


Title Presentation Number
Observations on the Use of CMF-corrected Crash Prediction Models to Identify Sites with Promise
Mark Poppe, J2 Engineering and Environmental Design
Show Abstract
17-02245
Multiobjective Evaluation in Countermeasure Selection at Two-Way Stop-Controlled Intersections Considering Traffic Operation, Safety, and Environment
Zhao Yang, Nanjing University
Yuanyuan Zhang, University of Southern Mississippi
Renwei Zhu, China Academy of Urban Planning & Design
Yin Zhang, Nanjing University
Show Abstract
17-00869
Improving the Self-explaining Performance of Czech National Roads
Jiri Ambros, Transport Research Centre (CDV), Czech Republic
Veronika Valentova, CDV - Transport Research Centre
Ondrej Gogolin, Transport Research Centre (CDV), Czech Republic
Richard Andrasik, Transport Research Centre (CDV), Czech Republic
Jan Kubecek, Transport Research Centre (CDV), Czech Republic
Michal Bíl, Transport Research Centre (CDV), Czech Republic
Show Abstract
17-01992
Developing a Web-Based Tool to Track Highway Safety Planning Progress in California
Katherine Chen, University of California, Berkeley
Sang Hyouk Oum, University of California, Berkeley
Jill Cooper, Safe Transportation Research and Education Center
Show Abstract
17-05511
The Safest Path: Analyzing the Effects of Crash Costs on Route Choice and Accessibility
Mengying Cui, The University of Sydney
David Levinson, University of Sydney
Show Abstract
17-01070
Probability of Secondary Crash Occurrence on Freeways Using Private-Sector Speed Data
Noah Goodall, Virginia Department of Transportation
Show Abstract
17-06790
GIS-Based Spatial and Statistical Analysis of Severe Crash Hotspot Accessibility to Hospitals
Mehmet Ulak, Stony Brook University
Ayberk Kocatepe, Connetics Transportation Group
Eren Ozguven, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
Mark Horner, Florida State University
Lisa Spainhour, Florida State University
Show Abstract
17-05135