1998 Research Publications

"Applying the Ordered Probit Model to Analyze Factors that Influence Injury Severity in Truck-Passenger Car Rear-End Collisions on Divided Highways."  C.S. Duncan, A.J. Khattak, and F.M. Council.  Transportation Research Record No 1635, Highway Safety Modeling, Analysis, and Design. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1998. P. 63-71.

Assessing Community Policies and Environmental Support for Physical Activity. C.E. Crump, E.B. Benson, and J. C. Stutts. Chapel Hill, N.C. University of North Carolina Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 1998.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Design and Programs Survey: Administrative Manual.  C.E. Crump, J. C. Stutts, E.B. Benson, and W. E. Pein. Chapel Hill, N.C. University of North Carolina Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 1998.

"Bicycle Compatible Roadways: A Study of Bicycle Lanes Versus Wide Curb Lanes."  W. W. Hunter.  In  Resource Book: Creating Bicycle-Friendly and Walkable Communities, Building for the Next Generation,  Pro Bike Pro Walk 98. Washington, D.C. : Bicycle Federation of America, 1998.  P. 87 - 91.

The Bicycle Compatibility Index: A Level of Service Concept. Implementation Manual. D. L. Harkey, D. W. Reinfurt, A. Sorton, M. Knuiman, and J. R. Stewart. Washington, D.C.:  Federal Highway Administration, 1998. FHWA-RD-98-095. National Technical Information Service Order Number: PB99-146789INZ.
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Bicycle/Pedestrian Trip Generation Workshop: Summary. M. Belz and H. F. Huang. Washington, D.C.: Federal Highway Administration.  FHWA RD-97-141.This document can also be ordered from the National Technical Information Service. Order Number:  NTIS PB98-138704.
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"Cognitive Test Performance and Crash Risk in an Older Driver Population." J. C. Stutts,  J. R. Stewart, and C. Martell.  Accident Analysis & Prevention. Volume 30, Number 3, pp. 337-346.

Data Development for Safe Route to School and Safe Bicycle Route. H. F. Huang. Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina State Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, 1998.

Design and Safety of Pedestrian Facilities:  A Recommended Practice of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.  Prepared by Traffic Engineering Council Committee TENC-5A-5. C. V. Zegeer, Chair.  Washington, D.C.:  Institute of Transportation Engineers. 1998.

Designing Trail Termini. W. E. Pein.  Tallahassee, FL:  Bicycle/Pedestrian Safety Program, Florida Department of Transportation. 1998.
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Develop And Test Messages To Deter Drinking And Driving.  C. H. Wiliszowski, J. H. Lacey, R. K. Jones,  L. M. Marchetti, and E. J. Smith. Washington, DC  U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1998. DOT HS 808 726.
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"Development of the Bicycle Compatibility Index".  D. L. Harkey, D. W. Reinfurt, and M. Knuiman. Transportation Research Record No. 1636, Bicycle and Pedestrian Research 1998. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board. 1998.

Development of The Bicycle Compatibility Index: a Level of Service Concept. Final Report. D. L. Harkey, D. W. Reinfurt, M. Knuiman, and J. R. Stewart. Washington, D.C.:  Federal Highway Administration. FHWA-RD-98-072.This document can also be ordered from the National Technical Information Service. NTIS Order Number: PB99-146771INZ.
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"Do Older Drivers with Visual and Cognitive Impairment Drive Less?" J. C. Stutts. Journal of the American Geriatric Association.  46/7: (1998): pp. 1-8.

DWI Evaluation and Query System. Final Report. C. A. Martell, J. R. Stewart, and S. Jamburajan. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1998. Submitted to Substance Abuse Section, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.

The Effects of Airbags on Severity Indices for Roadside Objects. HSIS Summary Report.  F. M. Council and J.R. Stewart. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1998. FHWA-RD-98-056.
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The Effectiveness of 3D/4D Visualization Methods for Engineering Design and Public Involvement: A Case Study. R. G. Hughes, P. Shortal, B. J. O'Connor, and K. McCabe. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1998. FHWA-RD-98-173.
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"Effects of a Towaway Reporting Threshold on Crash Analysis Results. HSIS Summary Report."  C. V. Zegeer, H. Huang, J.R. Stewart, R. Pfefer, and J. Wang. ITE Journal. Vol. 68, No. 10: (1998). Pp. 37-42. FHWA RD-98-114.

Effects of a Towaway Reporting Threshold on Crash Analysis Results. HSIS Summary Report. C. V. Zegeer, H. F. Huang, J.R. Stewart, R. Pfefer, and J. Wang.  Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1998.  FHWA RD-98-114.
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"Effects of a Towaway Reporting Threshold on Crash Analysis Results."  C. V. Zegeer, H. F. Huang, J.R. Stewart, R. Pfefer, and J. Wang. Transportation Research Record No 1635, Highway Safety Modeling, Analysis, and Design. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1998. P. 49-57.

Evaluation of the Effects of North Carolina's New 0.08% BAC Law.  R. D. Foss, D. W. Reinfurt, and  J.R. Stewart.  Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 1998.    DOT HS 808 893.
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An Evaluation of Red Shoulders as a Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility. W. W. Hunter. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Transportation, 1998.
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The Future of Simulation and Modeling in the Florida DOT.   Final Report.  R. G. Hughes. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Transportation, 1998.
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Guidelines for the Use of Visualization .  R. G. Hughes.  Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1998. Prepared for the U.S. Department of Transportation and the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
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Health Consequences of Underage Alcohol Abuse in North Carolina.  P.A. Buescher, P.A. Martin, and R. D. Foss.  SCHS Studies, No. 111. Raleigh, N.C.: State Center for Health Statistics, 1998.
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"Highway Safety Programs and the Need for Quality-Based Methods." F. M. Council, P. F. Waller, and S. S. Gallagher. Quality Progress. Vol. 31, No. 2: (1998). Pp. 31-34.

"Innovative On-Street Bicycle Treatments." W. W. Hunter.  In Resource Book: Creating Bicycle-Friendly and Walkable Communities, Building for the Next Generation,  Pro Bike Pro Walk 98. Washington, D.C. : Bicycle Federation of America, 1998.  P. 115-117.

Investigation of National Highway System Roadways in the Highway Safety Information System States. HSIS Summary Report.  C.V. Zegeer, H. Huang, J.R. Stewart, and C. D. Williams.  Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1998.  FHWA RD-98-114.
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"Investigation of National Highway System Roadways in the Highway Safety Information System States"  C.V. Zegeer, H. Huang, J.R. Stewart, and C. D. Williams.  Transportation Research Record No 1635, Highway Safety Modeling, Analysis, and Design. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1998. P. 1-9.

Managing Speed: Review of Current Practice for Setting and Enforcing Speed Limits. Special Report 254. Transportation Research Board Committee for Guidance on Setting and Enforcing Speed Limits. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1998. [F.M. Council, committee member]
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"Police Reporting of Pedestrians and Bicyclists Treated in Hospital Emergency Rooms." J. C. Stutts and W. W. Hunter. Transportation Research Record No 1635, Highway Safety Modeling, Analysis, and Design. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1998. P. 88-92.

"The Role of Adverse Weather in Roadway Crashes and Injury Severity: Implications for Intelligent Transportation Systems." A.J. Khattak, P. Kantor and F. M. Council. Transportation Research Record No. 1621, pp. 10-19. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1998.

"Safety Benefits of Spiral Transitions on Horizontal Curves on Two-Lane Rural Roads."  F. M. Council. Transportation Research Record No 1635, Highway Safety Modeling, Analysis, and Design. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1998. P. 10-17.

Safety Effects of Cross-Section Design for Rural, Four-Lane, Non-Freeway Highways. J. Wang, W.E. Hughes, and J.R. Stewart. McLean, VA: Federal Highway Administration, Turner Fairbank Hwy Res Center,1998. Report Number: FHWA-RD-98-071.

Safety Effects of Cross-Section Design for Rural, Four-Lane, Non-Freeway Highways. J. Wang, W.E. Hughes, and J.R. Stewart. In Transportation Research Circular E-C003, International Symposium on Highway Design Practices. Conference Proceedings. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1998.
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Traffic Records Workshops for Law Enforcement Officers.  Final Report.  W. L. Hall and D. W. Reinfurt.  Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1998.

Trail User Surveys: Administrative Manual. C.E. Crump, J. Long, and W. E. Pein. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 1998.

Truck-Involved Crashes and County Population Size. R. G. Hughes. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1998.
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