Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
The Transportation Research Board (TRB) provides leadership in transportation improvements and innovation through trusted, timely, impartial, and evidence-based information exchange, research, and advice regarding all modes of transportation. For example, committees, researchers, and staff are currently focused on advancing resilient infrastructure, exploring transformational technology, and caring for the public’s health and safety.
The TRB Annual Meeting is the largest global gathering of transportation professionals and researchers with a focus on innovative solutions for all modes of transportation.
Every January, transportation researchers from around the world gather in Washington, D.C. for this premier transportation conference. More than 14,000 policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions attended the 99th Annual Meeting in January 2020 to discover the latest innovations. Twenty twenty-one was different in that it was an all virtual event due to the worldwide COVID pandemic.
Researchers from the Alabama Transportation Institute exhibited a strong presence at the 2021 conference. ATI researchers were involved in 26 separate presentations.
ATI researchers also participate heavily in TRB Standing Committees. Almost all serve as a member or friend on several of the various committees.
Find further details and abstracts for each paper by searching the corresponding event number in the TRB 2021 Online Program.
|Paper title||Authors |
(bold = ATI author)
|Do Larger Sample Sizes Increase the Reliability of Traffic Incident Duration Models? A Case Study of East Tennessee Incidents||Zihe Zhang, Jun Liu, Xiaobing Li, Asad J. Khattak||Freeway Operations 2021||1071|
|A Pure Linear Programming Approach to Estimate the Macroscopic Fundamental Diagrams of Urban Networks||Weike Lu, Jun Liu, Guojing Hu, Allen Parrish, Alexander Hainen||Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics, Part 2: Recent Advances for Network Modeling and Control for Multimodal Systems||1100|
|Qualifying the Driving Environment Dynamics from the View of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs): Inspiration for Qualitatively Defining Operational Design Domains (ODDs)||Xing Fu, Jun Liu, Alexander Hainen, Asad Khattak||Vehicle-Highway Automation 2021, Part 1||1155|
|An Integrated Spatiotemporal Analysis of Emergency Medical Service Response Characteristics for Stroke Events Across Alabama||Xiaobing Li, Qinglin Hu, Abbey Gregg||Emergency Response, Incident Management, and Public Health||1183|
|Preparing Data For Microsimulation Of Smart Transport Systems: A Tool For Exploiting Existing Travel Model Results And Open-Source Data||Jun Liu, Kara Kockelman||Advances in Travel Behavior Research||1203|
|The Role of Truckers’ Behaviors in Traffic Crashes: An Integrated Spatio-temporal Injury Severity Analysis||Xiaobing Li, Jun Liu, Qifan Nie, Xing Fu, Shashi Nambisan, Asad Khattak||Truck and Bus Safety Research||1249|
|Analysis and Comparison Between Crash- and Health-based Emergency Medical Service Response across Alabama||Xiaobing Li, Qinglin Hu, Abbey Gregg||Emergency Response, Incident Management, and Public Health||1183|
|Context-based Crash Modification Factors for Medians on Rural Four-Lane Roadways: A Bayesian Approach||Xiaobing Li, Jun Liu, Chenxuan Yang, Timothy Barnett||Safety Performance and Analysis, Act 3: Evaluations, SPFs, and CMFs||1295|
|Child Car Seats in TNC Vehicles: What Do State Laws Say?||Olga Bredikhina, Sanaa Rafique, Justin Fisher, Praveena Penmetsa, Melissa Wheeler, Xiaobing Li, Steven Polunsky||Urban Mobility Safety and the Law||1297|
|Localized Safety Performance Functions for Rural 3-Leg Stop-Controlled Intersections in Alabama||Zihe Zhang, Xiaobing Li, Jun Liu, Xing Fu, Chenxuan Yang, Steven Jones||Safety Performance and Analysis, Act 3: Evaluations, SPFs, and CMFs||1295|
|A Spatiotemporal Analysis of Motorcyclist Injury Severity: Implications from 20 Years’ Traffic Crashes in Pennsylvania||Xiaobing Li, Jun Liu, Zihe Zhang, Allen Parrish||Transportation Safety Management Systems from Start to Finish||1304|
|Tracking a Shared Low-Speed Light-Weight Autonomous Mobility (SLLAM) System on Continuous Pedestrian Access Routes: A case study in Tuscaloosa, Alabama||Zihe Zhang, Jun Liu, Qifan Nie, Steven Jones||Traffic Simulation 2021, Part 1||1303|
|A Low-Cost Approach to Identify Hazard Curvature for Local Road Networks Using Open-Source Data||Qinglin Hu, Xiaobing Li, Jun Liu||Transportation Safety Management Systems from Start to Finish||1304|
|Analysis of Emergency Incidents Regarding Natural Gas Distribution Pipelines||Praveena Penmetsa, Md Abu Sufian Talukder, Naima Islam, Emmanuel Adanu, Xiaobing Li, Kristopher Harbin, Alexander Hainen||Current Research in Hazardous Materials Transportation||1337|
|Spatiotemporal Instability in Injury Severity Analysis of Red-light Running Crashes at Signalized Intersections||Xiaobing Li, Jun Liu||Enforcement Design, Safety, and Reporting||1390|
|Severity of Emergency Natural Gas Distribution Pipeline Incidents: Application of An Integrated Spatiotemporal Approach Fused with Text Mining||Xiaobing Li, Praveena Penmetsa, Jun Liu, Alexander Hainen, Shashi Nambisan||Emerging methods in transportation data analysis||1395|
|Shared Autonomous Vehicles for Small Urban Areas: Agent-based Simulation||Qifan Nie, Zihe Zhang, Jun Liu, Steven Jones||Emerging and Future Mobility||1396|
|How Do College Students Perceive Future Shared Mobility with Autonomous Vehicles? A Survey of The University of Alabama Students||Xing Fu, Qifan Nie, Jun Liu, Steven Jones||Emerging and Future Mobility||1396|
|Planning Airways for Urban Air Mobility in Small Cities: A Case Study of Tuscaloosa, Alabama||Chenxuan Yang, Weike Lu, Jun Liu, Ismael Jones||Current Issues in Urban Air Mobility (UAM)||1441|
|Survey of Surveys (SoS) – Mapping the Landscape of Travel-Related Surveys in COVID-19||Weike Lu, Xiaobing Li, Jun Liu, Steven Jones, Allen Parrish||Innovations in Travel Survey Methods||1448|
|Designing and Implementing Dynamic Modulus Models of Asphalt Mixtures||Javilla Barugahare, Armen Amirkhanian, Serji Amirkhanian||Evaluation, Performance and Durability of Asphalt Mixtures||1222|
|Development and Evaluation of a Weighted Delay-Based Signal Control Algorithm for Connected and Non-Connected Vehicles||Md Abu Sufian Talukder, Abhay Lidbe, Elsa Tedla, Alex Hainen, Travis Atkinson||Signal Control for Connected and Automated Vehicle Environments||1302|
|Mesoscopic simulation method for evaluating the capacity of railway passenger stations||Yixiang Yue, Mingxuan Zhong, Deyi Li, Mingxin Li, Ardershir Faghri, Silvana V Croope||Current Research in Passenger Rail Transportation||1452|
|Prediction-based GNSS Spoofing Attack Detection For Autonomous Vehicles||Sagar Dasgupta, Mizanur Rahman, Mhafuzul Islam, Mashrur Chowdhury||Connected and Automated Vehicle Technology Security Vulnerabilities And Risk Measurement||1371|
|Real-time Ridesharing for Transportation Hubs with Demand and Supply Uncertainty||Zengxiang Lei, Xinwu Qian, Xiaowei Chen, Satish Ukkusuri||Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics, Part 2: Recent Advances for Network Modeling and Control for Multimodal Systems||1100|
|Modeling disease spreading with adaptive behavior considering local and global information dissemination||Xinwu Qian, Jiawei Xue, Satish Ukkusuri||Route Choice Behavior and Resilient Networks||1270|