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Mohamed Essa
Mohamed Essa
British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Verified email at gov.bc.ca
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Traffic conflict models to evaluate the safety of signalized intersections at the cycle level
M Essa, T Sayed
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 89, 289-302, 2018
1592018
Validating the bivariate extreme value modeling approach for road safety estimation with different traffic conflict indicators
L Zheng, T Sayed, M Essa
Accident Analysis & Prevention 123, 314-323, 2019
1282019
Transferability of calibrated microsimulation model parameters for safety assessment using simulated conflicts
M Essa, T Sayed
Accident Analysis & Prevention 84, 41-53, 2015
1212015
A comparison between simulated and field-measured conflicts for safety assessment of signalized intersections in Australia
Y Guo, M Essa, T Sayed, MM Haque, S Washington
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 101, 96-110, 2019
1142019
Real-time conflict-based Bayesian Tobit models for safety evaluation of signalized intersections
Y Guo, T Sayed, M Essa
Accident Analysis & Prevention 144, 105660, 2020
1092020
Simulated traffic conflicts: do they accurately represent field-measured conflicts?
M Essa, T Sayed
Transportation research record 2514 (1), 48-57, 2015
1082015
Full Bayesian conflict-based models for real time safety evaluation of signalized intersections
M Essa, T Sayed
Accident Analysis & Prevention 129, 367-381, 2019
1052019
Bayesian hierarchical modeling of the non-stationary traffic conflict extremes for crash estimation
L Zheng, T Sayed, M Essa
Analytic methods in accident research 23, 100100, 2019
712019
A comparison between PARAMICS and VISSIM in estimating automated field‐measured traffic conflicts at signalized intersections
M Essa, T Sayed
Journal of advanced transportation 50 (5), 897-917, 2016
542016
Self-learning adaptive traffic signal control for real-time safety optimization
M Essa, T Sayed
Accident Analysis & Prevention 146, 105713, 2020
522020
Multi-mode reliability-based design of horizontal curves
M Essa, T Sayed, M Hussein
Accident Analysis & Prevention 93, 124-134, 2016
472016
An extreme value theory based approach for calibration of microsimulation models for safety analysis
Y Guo, T Sayed, L Zheng, M Essa
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 106, 102172, 2021
462021
Comparison between surrogate safety assessment model and real-time safety models in predicting field-measured conflicts at signalized intersections
M Essa, T Sayed
Transportation research record 2674 (3), 100-112, 2020
342020
Transferability of real-time safety performance functions for signalized intersections
M Essa, T Sayed, P Reyad
Accident Analysis & Prevention 129, 263-276, 2019
322019
Reliability‐Based Analysis of Sight Distance Modelling for Traffic Safety
C de Santos-Berbel, M Essa, T Sayed, M Castro
Journal of advanced transportation 2017 (1), 5612849, 2017
322017
Do simulated traffic conflicts predict crashes? an investigation using the extreme value approach
L Zheng, T Sayed, M Essa, Y Guo
2019 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), 631-636, 2019
232019
Road users’ behavior and safety analysis of pedestrian–bike shared space: case study of Robson Street in Vancouver
M Essa, M Hussein, T Sayed
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 45 (12), 1053-1064, 2018
182018
Real-time crash-risk optimization at signalized intersections
P Reyad, T Sayed, M Essa, L Zheng
Transportation research record 2676 (12), 32-50, 2022
102022
Calibration and validation of traffic microsimulation models for safety evaluation using automated video-based conflict analysis
M Essa
University of British Columbia, 2015
92015
Investigating the transferability of Bayesian hierarchical extreme value model for traffic conflict-based crash estimation
L Zheng, T Sayed, M Essa
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 48 (9), 1071-1080, 2021
72021
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