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Transportation Safety Journal Articles

Cho G., D. Rodriguez, and A. Khattak, What is the role of the built environment in explaining relationships between perceived and actual pedestrian safety? Accident Analysis & Prevention, 41:4, 2009, pp. 692-702.

Khattak A., and Y. Fan, What exacerbates injury and harm in car-SUV collisions? ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, 134:2, 2008, pp. 93-104.

Khattak, A. and Targa, F. 2004. Injury severity and total harm in truck-involved work zone crashes, Transportation Research Record , 1877, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 106-116. View

Schneider, R., Ryznar, R. and Khattak, A. 2004. An accident waiting to happen: A spatially-oriented methodology that integrates perceptions into proactive pedestrian planning, Accident Analysis and Prevention, 36, pp. 193-211. View

Council, F., Harkey, D., Nabors, D., Khattak, A. and Mohamedshah, Y. 2003. Examination of Fault, Unsafe Driving Acts, and Total Harm in Car-Truck Collisions, Transportation Research Record, 1830, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 63-71. View

Khattak, Asad J, Robert J. Schneider, and Felipe Targa. 2003. Risk Factors in Large Truck Rollovers and Injury Severity: Analysys of Single-Vehicle Collisions. Paper read at Transportation Research Board 82nd Annual Meeting, at Washington DC. View

Khattak, A. and Rocha, M. 2003. Are SUVs Supremely Unsafe Vehicles? Analysis of rollovers and injuries, Transportation Research Record, 1840, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 167-177. View

Rodriguez, D., Rocha, M., Khattak, A. and Belzer, M. 2003. The effects of truck driver wages and working conditions on highway safety: A case study, Transportation Research Record, 1833, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 95-102. View

Khattak, Asad, Khattak, Aemal and Council, F. 2002. Effects of work zone presence on injury and non-injury crashes, Accident Analysis and Prevention, 34, Pergamon Press, pp. 19-29. View

Khattak, A. 2001. Injury severity in multi-vehicle rear-end crashes, Transportation Research Record, 1746, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 59-68. View

Schneider, R., Khattak, A. and Zegeer, C. 2001. A proactive method of improving pedestrian safety using GIS: Example from a college campus, Transportation Research Record, 1773, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D. C. pp. 97-107. NOTE: Recipient of the best paper award from the TRB Committee on Pedestrians. View

Krull, K., Khattak, A. and Council, F. 2000. Injury effects of rollovers and events sequence in single-vehicle crashes, Transportation Research Record, 1717, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D. C. pp. 46-54. View

Reed, T., Rodriguez, D. and Wallace, R. 2000. Transit-passenger perceptions of transit-related crime reduction measures. Transportation Research Record 1731 Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington D.C., pp 130-141.

Khattak, A., Yim, Y. and Stalker, L. 1999. Does travel information equally influence commuter and non-commuter behavior? Results from the San-Francisco Bay Area TravInfo project, Transportation Research Record, 1694, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 48-58. View

Klop, J. and Khattak, A. 1999. Factors influencing bicycle crash severity on two-lane undivided roadways in North Carolina, Transportation Research Record, 1674, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 78-85. View

Renski, H., Khattak, A. and Council, F. 1999. Impact of speed limit increases on crash injury severity: Analysis of single-vehicle crashes on North Carolina Interstate Highways, Transportation Research Record, 1665, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 100-108. View

McMahon, P., Duncan, C., Stewart, D., Zegeer, C. and Khattak, A. 1999. An Analysis of Factors Contributing to "Walking Along Roadway" Crashes, Transportation Research Record, 1674, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 41-48. View

Duncan, C., Khattak, A. and Council, F. 1998. Using the ordered probit model to analyze factors that influence injury severity in truck-passenger car rear-end collisions on divided highways. Transportation Research Record 1635, TRB, Washington, D. C., National Academies, pp. 63-71. View

Khattak, A., Kantor, P. and Council, F. 1998. The role of adverse weather in key crash types on limited access roadways: Implications for Advanced Weather Systems. Transportation Research Record 1621, TRB, National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 10-19. View