Milan Zlatkovic
Milan Zlatkovic
Associate Professor, University of Wyoming
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Development and evaluation of algorithm for resolution of conflicting transit signal priority requests
M Zlatkovic, A Stevanovic, PT Martin
Transportation research record 2311 (1), 167-175, 2012
Effects of queue jumpers and transit signal priority on bus rapid transit
M Zlatkovic, A Stevanovic, RMZ Reza
Transportation Research Board 92nd Annual Meeting, 2013
Assessment of effects of street connectivity on traffic performance and sustainability within communities and neighborhoods through traffic simulation
M Zlatkovic, S Zlatkovic, T Sullivan, J Bjornstad, SKF Shahandashti
Sustainable Cities and Society 46, 101409, 2019
Microscopic modeling of traffic signal operations: Comparative evaluation of hardware-in-the-loop and software-in-the-loop simulations
A Stevanovic, A Abdel-Rahim, M Zlatkovic, E Amin
Transportation research record 2128 (1), 143-151, 2009
Evaluation of transit signal priority options for future bus rapid transit line in West Valley City, Utah
M Zlatkovic, A Stevanovic, PT Martin, I Tasic
Transportation research record 2311 (1), 176-185, 2012
Predictive priority for light rail transit: University light rail line in Salt Lake County, Utah
M Zlatkovic, PT Martin, A Stevanovic
Transportation research record 2259 (1), 168-178, 2011
Investigating occupant injury severity of truck-involved crashes based on vehicle types on a mountainous freeway: A hierarchical Bayesian random intercept approach
MT Haq, M Zlatkovic, K Ksaibati
Accident Analysis & Prevention 144, 105654, 2020
Evaluation of GPS-based transit signal priority for mixed-traffic bus rapid transit
Y Song, M Zlatkovic, RJ Porter
Transportation Research Record 2539 (1), 30-39, 2016
Use of spatiotemporal constraints to quantify transit accessibility: Case study of potential transit-oriented development in West Valley City, Utah
I Tasic, X Zhou, M Zlatkovic
Transportation Research Record 2417 (1), 130-138, 2014
Integration of signal timing estimation model and dynamic traffic assignment in feedback loops: system design and case study
M Zlatkovic, X Zhou
Journal of advanced transportation 49 (6), 683-699, 2015
Comparison of adaptive traffic control benefits for recurring and non‐recurring traffic conditions
A Stevanovic, I Dakic, M Zlatkovic
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 11 (3), 142-151, 2017
Assessment of tire failure related crashes and injury severity on a mountainous freeway: Bayesian binary logit approach
MT Haq, M Zlatkovic, K Ksaibati
Accident Analysis & Prevention 145, 105693, 2020
Implementation of transit signal priority and predictive priority strategies in ASC/3 software-in-the-loop simulation
M Zlatkovic, PT Martin, I Tasic
Advances in Artificial Transportation Systems and Simulation, 203-218, 2015
Freeway incidents: Simulation and analysis
PT Martin, P Chaudhuri, I Tasic, M Zlatkovic
Utah: University of Utah, 2011
Utah traffic lab driving simulator: user manual and flex lanes scenario development.
PT Martin, M Zlatkovic, I Tasic
North Dakota State University, 2012
Evaluation of transit signal priority in RBC and ASC/3 software-in-the-loop simulation environment
M Zlatkovic, PT Martin, A Stevanovic
Transportation Research Board 89th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2010
Assessment of commercial truck driver injury severity as a result of driving actions
M Tahmidul Haq, M Zlatkovic, K Ksaibati
Transportation research record 2675 (9), 1707-1719, 2021
Development of performance matrices for evaluating innovative intersections and interchanges.
M Zlatkovic
Utah. Dept. of Transportation. Research Division, 2015
Evaluation of InSync adaptive traffic signal control in microsimulation environment
A Stevanovic, M Zlatkovic
92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, 2013
Evaluation of transit signal priority strategies for bus rapid transit on 5600 West Street in Salt Lake County, Utah
PT Martin, M Zlatkovic
Mountain-Plains Consortium, 2010
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