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Pedestrians and Cyclists

Recent Publications

  • Faghih-Imani A, Hampshire RC, Marla L, and Eluru N (2017) An empirical analysis of bike sharing usage and rebalancing: Evidence from Barcelona and Seville. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 97:177-191. DOI: 10.1016/j.tra.2016.12.007
  • Feng F, Bao S, Hampshire RC, and Delp, M (2018) Drivers overtaking bicyclists—An examination using naturalistic driving data. Accident Analysis & Prevention 115:98-109. DOI: 10.1016/j.aap.2018.03.010
  • Feng Z, Jiang K, Bao S, Yu Z, Huang Z, Yang Z (2019) Mobile phone use while cycling: A study based on the theory of planned behavior. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour. 64:388-400. DOI: 10.1016/j.trf.2019.05.020
  • Hampshire RC, Molnar LJ, Cao A, Cai Y, Li X, Fabusuyi T (2018) Developing Michigan Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Models, Michigan Department of Transportation, SPR-1651.
  • Misra A and Watkins K. (2018) Modelling cyclist route choice using revealed preference data – an age and gender perspective. Transportation Research Record. DOI: 0.1177/0361198118798968
  • Schuijbroek J, Hampshire RC, and van Hoeve WJ (2017) Inventory rebalancing and vehicle routing in bike sharing systems. European Journal of Operational Research 257(3):992-1004. DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2016.08.029
  • Stanciu S, Eby DW, Molnar LJ, St. Louis RM, Zanier N, and Kostyniuk LP. (2018) Pedestrians/bicyclists and autonomous vehicles: How will they communicate? Transportation Research Record 2672(22):58–66. DOI: 10.1177/0361198118777091
  • Turner S, Hampshire RC, Redmon T, and Fitzpatrick K (2019) Pedestrian and bicyclist scalable risk assessment methods, International Transportation  Engineering Journal 89(4):45-49.
  • Turner S, Sener I, Martin M, Das S, Shipp E, Hampshire R., & Robinson S (2017) Synthesis of methods for estimating pedestrian and bicyclist exposure to risk at areawide levels and on specific transportation facilities (No. FHWA-SA-17-041).
  • Turner S, Sener I, Martin M, White LD, Das S, Hampshire R, and Wijesundera R (2018) Guide for Scalable Risk Assessment Methods for Pedestrians and Bicyclists (No. FHWA-SA-18-032).