The University of Iowa
University of Central Florida
University of Massachusetts - Amherst
University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez Campus
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Daniel V. McGehee
David A. Noyce, Ph.D., P.E.
Didier M Valdes Diaz, Ph.D.
Michael A. Knodler, Jr., Ph.D
Mohamed Abdel-Aty, Ph.D., P.E.
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A Driving Simulator Evaluation of Cross-Sectional Design Elements and the Resulting Driver Behaviors
Traditionally, traffic calming techniques have been employed to reduce and / or manage vehicle speeds and increase safety for not only the driver, but also for the other roadway users. More recently, ...
A Field and Simulator Evaluation of All-Red Clearance Intervals for use in Left Turn Applications
Permissive left-turn and right-turn intervals have historically been communicated to drivers using nearly every traffic signal indication available, including the circular green (CG), flashing circula ...
Analysis of Driver Behavior and Operations Intersection Short Lanes
With the ever increasing demand to add roadway capacity in a safe and efficient manner, the application of intersection short lanes has increased in recent years. Short-lane intersections exist when t ...
Development and Evaluation of Infrastructure Strategies for Safer Cycling
When making mode choices for transportation, there are many factors in consideration. Further, when considering cycling as an alternative, there exist barriers and obstacles that make this choice less ...
Impact of Deflection Angle on Roundabout Driver Behavior
Roundabouts have been gaining popularity as an alternative to signalized intersections, due to their potential for more efficient and safe traffic operations. While several state and federally funded ...
Integrating Traffic Control Devices via Augmented Reality
Traffic Control Devices (TCD’s) are integral to driver-to-infrastructure (D2I) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) interactions. Yearly, the installation and maintenance of these various TCD’s cos ...
Perception of Time Influences on Driver Speed Selection
In the United States, traffic crashes claim the lives of 30,000 people every year and is the leading cause of death for 5-24 year olds. Speed selection is a crucial task for human drivers and is one o ...
To Trust or Not to Trust? A Simulation-based Experimental Paradigm
Human error has been cited as a causal factor in 94 percent of vehicle crashes (Singh 2015). Automated vehicle technology promises to help decrease that share by at least partial takeover of vehicle c ...
Using Simulation to Assess and Reduce Conflicts between Drivers and Bicyclists
UI/UM Contribution: Separated bicycle lanes, or cycle tracks, are increasing in popularity across the nation. When the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) became the first DOT to pub ...
Visually Impaired Pedestrian Safety at Roundabout and Midblock Crossings
Pedestrians and in particular disabled pedestrians are the most vulnerable users of transportation systems. Safety concerns increase at crosswalks of alternative intersection types (e.g., roundabouts) ...