• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 455

Research on Young Driver Licensing and Safety

Monday 3:45 PM- 5:30 PM
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Poster
Nichole Morris, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, presiding
Jean Shope, University of Michigan, Transportation Research Institute, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Operator Education and Regulation (ANB30)

 



This session includes posters presenting research findings on topics important to young driver licensing and safety. Topics include ecodriving, situational awareness, seat belt use, executive functioning, graduated driver licensing policies, driving habits, and related topics. Research methods employed in this research include simulation, survey, and record reviews.



Title Presentation Number
Knowledge About Crash Risk Factors and Self-Reported Driving Behavior: Exploratory Analysis on Multistate Teen Driver Survey
Lisa Minjares-Kyle, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Subasish Das, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Gabriella Medina, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Russell Henk, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Show Abstract
18-01857
Young Driver Compliance with Graduated Driver Licensing Restrictions Before and After Implementation of a Decal Provision
Aimee Palumbo, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Melissa Pfeiffer, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Michael Elliott, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Allison Curry, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Show Abstract
18-04382
Working Together to Develop Interventions for Young Drivers, Precrash, Preoffense, and Prelicence: A Multiagency Collaboration
Bridie Scott-Parker, University of the Sunshine Coast
Leanne Stokes, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Stuart Gardner, Department of Transport and Main Roads
Megan Cawkwell, Sunshine Coast Council
Matt Wilson, Queensland Police Service
Shane Panoho, Queensland Police Service
Sherryn Klump, Queensland Police Service
Show Abstract
18-03451
The Driving Exposure of Learner and Provisional Drivers: Insight from an App-Based Study
Bridie Scott-Parker, University of the Sunshine Coast
Nick Hansen, University of the Sunshine Coast
Show Abstract
18-03510
A Field Study of Effectiveness of Eco-Driving: Real-Time Feedback and Classroom Training
Tao Jiang, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Song Gao, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Daiheng Ni, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Yue Tang, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Show Abstract
18-03492
A Precision Teaching-Based System for Enhancing Driver’s Control of Vehicle Lateral Variability
Riccardo Rossi, Universita di Padova
Massimiliano Gastaldi, Universita di Padova
Francesco Biondi, University of Utah
Gregorio Gecchele, Universita di Padova
Claudio Mulatti, Universita di Padova
Show Abstract
18-04592
Using Logistic Regression to Understand the Relationship Between Young Drivers and Front-Seat Passengers in Terms of Seat-Belt Usage
Khaled Shaaban, Qatar University
Show Abstract
18-00572
Comparing Novice Teenage Drivers to Experienced Middle-Aged Drivers: Trust, Mental Workload, and Driving Behavior Toward a Rural Intersection Collision Warning System
Disi Tian, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Nichole Morris, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Show Abstract
18-05486
Associations Among Executive Function, Gender, and Driving Experience on Driving Avoidance in Young Drivers
Celeste Fernandez, University of Texas, Dallas
Benjamin McManus, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Grace Albright, University of Alabama
Jessica Mirman, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Despina Stavrinos, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Show Abstract
18-05312
Comparison of Younger and Older Drivers on Driving Habits: The Role of Perceived Experience and Executive Function
Grace Albright, University of Alabama
Benjamin McManus, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Celeste Fernandez, University of Texas, Dallas
Jessica Mirman, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Despina Stavrinos, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Show Abstract
18-05277