1999 Research Publications

"Accident Modification Factors for Use in the Prediction of Safety on Rural Two- Lane Highways." F. M. Council and D.W. Harwood. In Proceedings, International Conference - Traffic Safety on Two Continents.  Malmö, Sweden: VTI, 1999.

"Analysis of Factors Contributing to 'Walking Along Roadway' Crashes." P.J. McMahon, C. Duncan, J.R. Stewart, C.V. Zegeer, and A.J. Khattak. Transportation Research Record 1674, Pedestrian and Bicycle Research 1999. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1999.  PP 41-48.

"Application of the Bicycle Compatibility Index to Assess Bicycle Level of Service".  D.L. Harkey.  In Enhancing Transportation Safety in the 21st Century - ITE International Conference. Washington, DC: Institute of Transportation Engineers, 1999.

"At-fault Crashes and Casualties Associated with Older Drivers." J.R. Stewart, D.W. Reinfurt, J.C. Stutts, and E.A. Rodgman. Des Plaines, IL: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine.  In Proceedings, 43rd Annual Meeting, Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine.  Des Plaines, IL.: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine, 1999.

"Automated Pedestrian Detection used in Conjunction with Standard Pedestrian Push Buttons at Signalized Intersections." R. G. Hughes, H. Huang, C.V. Zegeer, and M. Cynecki. In Proceedings, Enhancing Transportation Safety in the 21st Century - ITE International  Conference. Washington, DC.:  Institute of Transportation Engineers, 1999.

Bicycle Lanes versus Wide Curb Lanes: Operational and Safety Findings, and Countermeasure Recommendations. Implementation Manual.  W.W. Hunter, J.R. Stewart, J.C. Stutts, H. Huang, W.E. Pein.  Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1999. FHWA RD-99-035. This document can also be ordered from the National Technical Information Service. Order Number:  NTIS PB2000-101612.
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A Comparative Analysis of Bicycle Lanes versus Wide Curb Lanes: Final Report. W.W. Hunter, J.R. Stewart, J.C. Stutts, H. Huang, W.E. Pein.  Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1999. FHWA RD-99-034.
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"Development of a GIS-Based Crash Referencing and Analysis System."  D.L. Harkey.  In Enhancing Transportation Safety in the 21st Century, ITE International Conference. Washington, D,C,: Institute of Transportation Engineers.

"Effect of Speed Limit Increases on Crash Injury Severity: Analysis of Single-Vehicle Crashes on North Carolina Interstate Highways." H. Renski, A.J. Khattak, and F.M. Council. Transportation Research Record 1665, Statistical Methods in Transportation and Safety Data Analysis for Highway Geometry, Design, and Operations. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1999. PP 100-108.

"The Effectiveness of Graduated Driver Licensing Systems and Nighttime Curfews in Reducing Motor Vehicle Crash Fatalities and Injuries Among Young Drivers." R.D. Foss and K.R. Evenson. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 16(1S), 47-56, 1999.

"Estimating Truck Rollover Crashes on Ramps by Using a Multi-state Database." J. Wang and F.M. Council. Transportation Research Record 1686, Truck Safety Research.  Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1999. Pp. 29-35.

"An Evaluation of Bike Lanes Adjacent to Motor Vehicle Parking." W.W. Hunter and J.R. Stewart. Prepared for the Florida Department of Transportation Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Section. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Transportation, 1999.
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"Evaluation of the On-Road Behavior of 16-Foot Wide Mobile Homes in North Carolina." W.L. Hall and D.L. Harkey. Transportation Research Record No. 1686, Truck Safety Research.  Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1999. Pp.36-41.

"An Evaluation of Red Shoulders as a Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility." W.W. Hunter.  Des Plaines, IL: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine.  In Proceedings, 43rd Annual Meeting, Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine.  Des Plaines, IL.: Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine, 1999.

"An Evaluation of the LightGuardTM Pedestrian Crosswalk Warning System" H.F. Huang, R.G. Hughes, C.V. Zegeer, and M. Nitzburg. Prepared for the Florida Department of Transportation Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Section. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Transportation, 1999. 
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"Evaluation of the Shared-Use Arrow." W.E. Pein, W.W. Hunter, and J.R. Stewart. Prepared for the Florida Department of Transportation Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Section. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Transportation, 1999.
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An Evaluation of the 3D/4D Visualization Process as Applied to the FDOT Roosevelt Boulevard PD&E Study. R.G. Hughes and C. Tan Esse. Washington, D.C.: Federal Highway Administration, 1999.
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"Evaluation of Truck Crashes using a GIS-Based Crash Referencing and Analysis System." D.L. Harkey. Transportation Research Record No. 1686, Truck Safety Research. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board,1999.  PP 13-21.

Florida Pedestrian Planning and Design Handbook. H.F. Huang. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Transportation, 1999. 
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GIS-Based Crash Referencing and Analysis System. HSIS Summary Report. D.L. Harkey and M.S. Griffith.   Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1999.  FHWA RD-99-081.
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"Health Consequences of Underage Alcohol Use in North Carolina." P. Buescher, P.A. Martin, and R.D. Foss. Epikrisis: newsletter for the Governor's Institute on Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Inc., 10(3) 3, 1999.

"The Highway Safety Information System: United States Department of Transportation Multi-State Safety Analysis Database."  M.S. Griffith and F.M. Council. In Proceedings, International Conference - Traffic Safety on Two Continents. Malmö, Sweden: VTI, 1999.

Injuries to Pedestrians and Bicyclists: An Analysis Based on Hospital Emergency Department Data.  J.C. Stutts and W.W. Hunter.  Washington, D.C.: Federal Highway Administration, 1999.
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"In-Service Crash Evaluation of Three-Strand Cable Median Barrier in North Carolina" WW. Hunter, J. R. Stewart, K.A. Krull, H.F. Huang, F.M. Council, and D.L. Harkey. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1999. Prepared for the North Carolina Governor's Highway Safety Program.
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"ITS and Pedestrian Safety: An Evaluation of Automatic Pedestrian Detection at Signalized Intersections."  R.G. Hughes, H.F. Huang, and C.V. Zegeer.  ITS Quarterly.   Spring/Summer, 1999. Vol. VII, No. 2. PP 37-45.

Large Trucks involved in Fatal Crashes: The North Carolina Data, 1993 - 1997.  R. G. Hughes, J.R. Stewart, E.A. Rodgman, C. Martell, and W.E. Pein.  Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina Governor's Highway Safety Program, 1999.
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"Motor Vehicle and Roadway Factors in Pedestrian and Bicyclist Injuries: an Examination Based on Emergency Department Data." J. C. Stutts and W. W. Hunter. Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 31, No. 5, 1999. P. 505-514.

National Walk Our Children to School Day.  Summary of the 1998 Event. L. Marchetti.  Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1999.  Prepared for the Partnership for a Walkable America, with funding from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Federal Highway Administration, and the National Safety Council.

North Carolina School Bus Crash Data and Isues Related to Seat Belts on Large School Buses. W.L. Hall. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1999.
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Portland's Blue Bike Lanes - Improved Safety through Enhanced Visibility.  M. Birk, R. Burchfield, J. Flecker, W.W. Hunter, D.L. Harkey, and J.R. Stewart.  Portland, OR:  City of Portland Office of Transportation, 1999.
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"The Premature Reduction and Cessation of Driving:  Preliminary Study of Women Who Choose Not to Drive or to Drive Infrequently."  J.W. Wilkins, J.C. Stutts, and S. Schatz. In Transportation Research Record No. 1693, Highway and Traffic Safety, Enforcement, Older Person Mobility, and Women's Issues Research. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1999. PP 86-90.

Prior Driver Performance and Expressed Attitudes Towards Risk as Factors Associated with Railroad Grade Crossing Violations.  R.G. Hughes, J.R. Stewart, and E.A. Rodgman.  Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina Department of Transportation, Rail Division, 1999.
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Research, Development, and Implementation of Pedestrian Safety Facilities in the United Kingdom. Pedestrian Safety Synthesis Report. D.G. Davies. Prepared under contract to the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center. Washington, D.C. : Federal Highway Administration, 1999. FHWA-RD-99-089.
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Safety Effects of the Conversion of Rural Two-lane to Four-Lane Roadways Based on Cross-Sectional Models. HSIS Summary Report.  F.M. Council and J.R. Stewart. Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1999.  FHWA RD-99-206
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"Safety Effects of the Conversion of Rural Two-Lane to Four-Lane Roadways Based on Cross-Sectional Models."  F.M. Council and J.R. Stewart, Transportation Research Record 1665, Statistical Methods in Transportation and Safety Data Analysis for Highway Geometry, Design, and Operations. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1999. pp 35-43.

A Statewide Survey of Bicycle Helmet Use in North Carolina. W.W. Hunter, R.D. Foss, J.C. Stutts, P.D. Periello and W.G. Tolbert. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1999. Prepared for the North Carolina Governor's Highway Safety Program.
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"Study of Bicycle Lanes Versus Wide Curb Lanes." W. W. Hunter, J.R. Stewart, and J.C. Stutts. Transportation Research Record 1674. Pedestrian and Bicycle Research 1999. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board, 1999.  pp 70-77.

Using GIS in the Analysis of Truck Crashes. HSIS Summary Report. D. L. Harkey and M.S. Griffith.   Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 1999.  FHWA RD-99-119.
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Using Visual Simulation to Evaluate Bicyclists' Perceptions of Selected Risk Factors. Final Report. R. G. Hughes and D.L. Harkey. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, 1999.  Prepared for the Florida Department of Transportation.
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"Variations in Average Vehicle Speeds and the Likelihood of Peak Period Crashes on a U.S. Freeway."  R.G. Hughes. Road and Transport Research. Vol. 8, No. 3, 1999.  pp. 34-42.

Why Do People Have Drowsy Driving Crashes? Input from Drivers Who Just Did.  J.C. Stutts, J.W. Wilkins, and B.V. Vaughn. Washington, D.C.: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 1999.
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