Neeraj Saxena
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A preliminary investigation of the relationships between historical crash and naturalistic driving
A Pande, S Chand, N Saxena, V Dixit, J Loy, B Wolshon, JD Kent
Accident Analysis & Prevention 101, 107-116, 2017
332017
Characterizing multicity urban traffic conditions using crowdsourced data
DJ Nair, F Gilles, S Chand, N Saxena, V Dixit
PLoS one 14 (3), 2019
242019
Studying the tastes effecting mode choice behavior of travelers under transit service disruptions
N Saxena, TH Rashidi, J Auld
Travel Behaviour and Society 17, 86-95, 2019
132019
Risk of automated driving: Implications on safety acceptability and productivity
V Dixit, Z Xiong, S Jian, N Saxena
Accident Analysis & Prevention 125, 257-266, 2019
132019
Modelling the route choice behaviour under stop-&-go traffic for different car driver segments
N Saxena, TH Rashidi, VV Dixit, ST Waller
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 119, 62-72, 2019
132019
Large-scale dynamic traffic assignment: practical lessons from an application in Sydney, Australia
M Duell, N Amini, S Chand, H Grzybowska, N Saxena, ST Waller
2015 IEEE 18th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation …, 2015
72015
Effect of number of stop-&-gos experienced on the route choice behaviour of car drivers
N Saxena, TH Rashidi, VV Dixit, ST Waller
Transportmetrica A: Transport Science 15 (2), 435-454, 2019
62019
A Study of Route Choice Behavior of Drivers in Autonomous Vehicles
TW Wong, N Saxena, VV Dixit
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
52018
Deployment and Calibration Considerations for Large-Scale Regional Dynamic Traffic Assignment: Case Study for Sydney, Australia
M Duell, N Saxena, S Chand, N Amini, H Grzybowska, ST Waller
Transportation Research Record 2567 (1), 78-86, 2016
52016
Determining the Market Uptake of Demand Responsive Transport Enabled Public Transport Service
N Saxena, T Rashidi, D Rey
Sustainability 12 (12), 4914, 2020
32020
Deploying a dynamic traffic assignment model for the Sydney region
M Duell, N Amini, S Chand, N Saxena, H Grzybowska, T Waller
Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF), 2015
32015
Correction: Characterizing multicity urban traffic conditions using crowdsourced data
DJ Nair, F Gilles, S Chand, N Saxena, V Dixit
PLoS one 14 (4), e0215728, 2019
22019
Comparing Commuters Willingness to Pay Under Transit Disruptions: Delayed Vs. Canceled Services
N Saxena, TH Rashidi, J Auld
Transportation Research Board 98th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2019
22019
Evaluating the Demand for On-Demand Transport Services: A Case Study in the Northern Beaches in Sydney
N Saxena, TH Rashidi, D Rey
Transportation Research Board 98th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2019
22019
Modelling the Effect of the Number of Stop-&-gos on the Route Choice Behaviour of Car Drivers
N Saxena
Ph D. thesis,(Sydney: The University of New South Wales), 2017
22017
Pedestrian Characteristics That Favor Desire Lines Despite Closure
N Saxena, T Hossein Rashidi, J Babana, C Cheung
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 146 (2), 04020016, 2020
12020
Quantifying the Effect of Stop-&-Go Traffic on Driver Frustration: A Driving Simulator Study
N Saxena, TH Rashidi, VV Dixit, ST Waller
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
12018
Evaluating the Perception Index for Cyclists’ Safety Using Structural Equation Modelling
DJ Nair, N Saxena, VV Dixit
International Conference on Transportation and Development 2016, 1099-1110, 2016
12016
Studying Route Choice Behavior of Drivers under Day-to-Day Demand Variability
N Saxena, V Dixit, D Rey
Transportation Research Board 100th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2021
2021
Frequentist and Bayesian Approaches for Understanding Route Choice of Drivers under Stop-and-Go Traffic
N Saxena, R Wang, VV Dixit, ST Waller
Transportation Research Record 2674 (9), 371-382, 2020
2020
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