Publications de Luis F. Miranda-Moreno
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Auteur: Luis F. Miranda-Moreno
Type de publications: Articles publiés (RAC)
Année de début: 2017
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Articles publiés (RAC)

Cui B., Boisjoly Geneviève, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., El-Geneidy Ahmed M., Accessibility matters: Exploring the determinants of public transport mode share across income groups in Canadian cities, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 80, pp 1-16, 2020

Fu T., Hu H., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Saunier Nicolas, Investigating secondary pedestrian-vehicle interactions at non-signalized intersections using vision-based trajectory data, Transportation Research C: Emerging Technologies, doi: 10.1016/j.trc.2019.06.001, vol. 105, pp. 222-240, 2019

Nabavi Niaki M.S., Saunier Nicolas, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Is that move safe? Case study of cyclist movements at intersections with cycling discontinuities, Accident Analysis and Prevention, doi: 10.1016/j.aap.2019.07.006, vol. 131, pp. 239-247, 2019

Stipancic J., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Labbe Aurélie, Saunier Nicolas, Measuring and visualizing space-time congestion patterns in an urban road network using large scale smartphone collected GPS data, Transportation Letters, vol. 11(7), pp. 391-401, 2019

Stipancic J., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Saunier Nicolas, Labbe Aurélie, Network screening for large urban road networks: Using GPS data and surrogate measures to model crash frequency and severity, Accident Analysis and Prevention, vol. 125, pp. 290-301, 2019

Beitel D., McNee S., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Automated validation and interpolation of long-duration bicycle counting data, Transportation Research Board, 2018

Gotschi T., Castro A., Deforth M., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Zangenehpour S., Towards a comprehensive safety evaluation of cycling infrastructure including objective and subjective measures, Journal of Transport & Health, vol. 8, pp. 44-54, 2018

Lesani A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Development and testing of a real-time WiFi-bluetooth system for pedestrian network monitoring, classification, and data extrapolation, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, pp. 1-13, 2018

Nabavi Niaki M.S., Saunier Nicolas, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Analysing cyclist behaviour at cycling facility discontinuities using video data, Transactions on Transport Sciences, doi: 10.5507/tots.2018.006, vol. 9(1), pp. 3-17, 2018

Stipancic J., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Saunier Nicolas, Vehicle manoeuvers as surrogate safety measures : Extracting data from the GPS-enabled smartphones of regular drivers, Accident Analysis and Prevention, vol. 115, pp. 160-169, 2018

Stipancic J., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Saunier Nicolas, Labbe Aurélie, Surrogate safety and network screening: Modelling crash frequency using GPS travel data and latent Gaussian Spatial Models, Accident Analysis and Prevention, doi: 10.1016/j.aap.2018.07.013, vol. 120, pp. 174-187, 2018

Barla P., Gilbert-Gonthier M., Castro M., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Eco-driving training and fuel consumption: Impact, heterogeneity and sustainability, Energy Economics, 62, 187-194, 2017

Beitel D., McNee S., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Quality Measure of Short-Duration Bicycle Counts, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2644, pp. 64-71, 2017

Chang A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Cao J., Welle B., The effect of BRT implementation and streetscape redesign on physical activity: A case study of Mexico City, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 100, pp. 337-347, 2017

Fu T., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Saunier Nicolas, A novel framework to evaluate pedestrian safety at non-signalized locations using video-based trajectory data, Accident Analysis and Prevention, doi: 10.1016/j.aap.2017.11.015, vol. 111, pp. 23-33, 2017

Fu T., Stipansic J., Zangenehpour S., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Saunier Nicolas, Automatic traffic data collection under varying lighting and temperature conditions in multimodal environments: Thermal vs visible spectrum video-based systems, Journal of Advance Transportation, vol. 2017, pp. 1-15, 2017

Heydari Shahram, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Joseph L., Using a flexible multivariate latent class approach to model correlated outcomes: a joint analysis of pedestrian and cyclist injuries, Analytic Methods in Accident Research, 13, pp. 16-27, 2017

Stipancic J., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Saunier Nicolas, The impact of congestion and traffic flow on crash frequency and severity : An application of smartphone-collected GPS travel data, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, vol. 2659, pp. 43-54, 2017

Strauss J., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Speed, Travel Time and Delay for Intersections and Road Segments using Cyclist Smartphone GPS Data, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 57, pp. 155-171, 2017

Strauss J., Zangenehpour S., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Saunier Nicolas, Cyclist deceleration rate as surrogate safety measure in Montreal using smartphone GPS data, Accident Analysis and Prevention, vol. 99, Part A, pp. 287-296, 2017

Zahabi S.A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Patterson Zachary, Barla P., Impacts of built environment and emerging green technologies on daily transportation greenhouse gas emissions in Quebec cities: Disaggregate modeling approach, Transportation, 44(1), pp. 159-180, 2017

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