Asad J. Khattak
Asad J. Khattak
Beaman Distinguished Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering
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Travel behavior in neo-traditional neighborhood developments: A case study in USA
AJ Khattak, D Rodriguez
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 39 (6), 481-500, 2005
Applying the ordered probit model to injury severity in truck-passenger car rear-end collisions
CS Duncan, AJ Khattak, FM Council
Transportation Research Record 1635 (1), 63-71, 1998
Can new urbanism encourage physical activity? Comparing a new Urbanist neighborhood with conventional suburbs
DA Rodríguez, AJ Khattak, KR Evenson
Journal of the American Planning Association 72 (1), 43-54, 2006
Effects of work zone presence on injury and non-injury crashes
AJ Khattak, AJ Khattak, FM Council
Accident Analysis & Prevention 34 (1), 19-29, 2002
Space syntax and walking in a new urbanist and suburban neighbourhoods
PK Baran, DA Rodríguez, AJ Khattak
Journal of Urban Design 13 (1), 5-28, 2008
An accident waiting to happen: a spatial approach to proactive pedestrian planning
RJ Schneider, RM Ryznar, AJ Khattak
Accident Analysis & Prevention 36 (2), 193-211, 2004
Factors influencing bicycle crash severity on two-lane, undivided roadways in North Carolina
JR Klop, AJ Khattak
Transportation Research Record 1674 (1), 78-85, 1999
Commuters' enroute diversion and return decisions: analysis and implications for advanced traveler information systems
AJ Khattak, JL Schofer, FS Koppelman
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 27 (2), 101-111, 1993
The role of the built environment in explaining relationships between perceived and actual pedestrian and bicyclist safety
G Cho, DA Rodríguez, AJ Khattak
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (4), 692-702, 2009
A simple time sequential procedure for predicting freeway incident duration
AJ Khattak, JL Schofer, MH Wang
Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems 2 (2), 113-138, 1995
The impact of adverse weather conditions on the propensity to change travel decisions: a survey of Brussels commuters
AJ Khattak, A De Palma
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 31 (3), 181-203, 1997
Role of adverse weather in key crash types on limited-access roadways: implications for advanced weather systems
A Khattak, P Kantor, F Council
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 1998
Multivariate random-parameters zero-inflated negative binomial regression model: An application to estimate crash frequencies at intersections
C Dong, DB Clarke, X Yan, A Khattak, B Huang
Accident Analysis & Prevention 70, 320-329, 2014
Modeling revealed and stated pretrip travel response to advanced traveler information systems
A Khattak, A Polydoropoulou, M Ben-Akiva
Transportation research record 1537 (1), 46-54, 1996
Effect of speed limit increases on crash injury severity: analysis of single-vehicle crashes on North Carolina interstate highways
H Renski, AJ Khattak, FM Council
Transportation research record 1665 (1), 100-108, 1999
Urban form, individual spatial footprints, and travel: Examination of space-use behavior
Y Fan, AJ Khattak
Transportation Research Record 2082 (1), 98-106, 2008
Stated preferences for investigating commuters' diversion propensity
AJ Khattak, FS Koppelman, JL Schofer
Transportation 20, 107-127, 1993
Travel by university students in Virginia: Is this travel different from travel by the general population?
A Khattak, X Wang, S Son, P Agnello
Transportation Research Record 2255 (1), 137-145, 2011
Behavioral issues in the design and evaluation of advanced traveler information systems
JL Schofer, A Khattak, FS Koppelman
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 1 (2), 107-117, 1993
Injury severity in multivehicle rear-end crashes
AJ Khattak
Transportation Research Record 1746 (1), 59-68, 2001
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