Jonathan Sayre Wood
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Comparison of safety effect estimates obtained from empirical Bayes before–after study, propensity scores-potential outcomes framework, and regression model with cross …
JS Wood, ET Donnell, RJ Porter
Accident Analysis & Prevention 75, 144-154, 2015
502015
Using survival models to estimate bus travel times and associated uncertainties
Z Yu, JS Wood, VV Gayah
Transportation Research Part C 74, 366-382, 2017
48*2017
Estimating the safety effects of lane widths on urban streets in Nebraska using the propensity scores-potential outcomes framework
JS Wood, JP Gooch, ET Donnell
Accident Analysis & Prevention 82, 180-191, 2015
472015
Safety impacts of design exceptions on nonfreeway segments
JS Wood, RJ Porter
Transportation research record 2358 (1), 29-37, 2013
30*2013
Investigating driver behavior at minor-street stop-controlled intersections in Qatar
K Shaaban, JS Wood, VV Gayah
Transportation research record 2663 (1), 109-116, 2017
282017
Safety evaluation of continuous green T intersections: A propensity scores-genetic matching-potential outcomes approach
J Wood, ET Donnell
Accident Analysis & Prevention 93, 1-13, 2016
28*2016
Stopping Sight Distance and Horizontal Sightline Offsets at Horizontal Curves
JS Wood, ET Donnell
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2014
282014
Causal inference framework for generalizable safety effect estimates
JS Wood, ET Donnell
Accident Analysis & Prevention 104, 74-87, 2017
212017
Low-Cost Treatments for Horizontal Curve Safety 2016
R Albin, V Brinkly, J Cheung, F Julian, C Satterfield, W Stein, E Donnell, ...
Federal Highway Administration, 2016
172016
A method to account for and estimate underreporting in crash frequency research
JS Wood, ET Donnell, CJ Fariss
Accident Analysis & Prevention 95, 57-66, 2016
152016
Evaluating Relationships Between Perception-Reaction Times, Emergency Deceleration Rates, and Crash Outcomes using Naturalistic Driving Data. No. MPC 17-338
J Wood, S Zhang
Mountain-Plains Consortium, 2017
14*2017
Use of side friction in horizontal curve design: A margin of safety assessment
E Donnell, J Wood, S Himes, D Torbic
Transportation Research Record 2588 (1), 61-70, 2016
142016
Stopping sight distance and available sight distance: new model and reliability analysis comparison
JS Wood, ET Donnell
Transportation research record 2638 (1), 1-9, 2017
132017
Exploring endogeneity of macroscopic speed parameters: empirical study during low volume conditions in construction work zones
RJ Porter, JS Wood
Transportation letters 5 (1), 27-37, 2013
82013
Reducing Roadway Departure Crashes at Horizontal Curve Sections on Two-Lane Rural Highways
ET Donnell, RJ Porter, L Li, I Hamilton, S Himes, J Wood
United States. Federal Highway Administration. Office of Safety, 2019
62019
Identification and calculation of horizontal curves for low-volume roadways using smartphone sensors
JS Wood, S Zhang
Transportation research record 2672 (39), 1-10, 2018
42018
Modeling safety effects of geometric design consistency on two-lane rural roads using mixed effects negative binomial regression
AJ Butsick, PP Jovanis, J Wood
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2015
42015
Empirical Bayes before-after evaluation of horizontal curve warning pavement markings on two-lane rural highways in Pennsylvania
J Wood, ET Donnell
Accident Analysis & Prevention 146, 105734, 2020
32020
70 mph Study
ET Donnell, B Hamadeh, L Li, J Wood
Pennsylvania. Dept. of Transportation, 2016
32016
Using network screening methods to determine locations with specific safety issues: a design consistency case study
AJ Butsick, JS Wood, PP Jovanis
Accident Analysis & Prevention 106, 223-233, 2017
22017
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