Group Leader: Dr. Siva Srinivasan
Dr. Siva Srinivasan is an associate professor in the Department of Civil & Coastal Engineering with an affiliate appointment in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. His research expertise is in the areas of travel demand forecasting, transportation safety, and transportation analytics. He was the former chair of the TRB committee on Effects of Information and Communication Technologies on Travel Choices and is a current member of the editorial advisory board of the journal Transportation Research Part B. In March 2023, Dr. Srinivasan was appointed as Associate Director of UFTI.
To develop and deliver databases, analytical methods, software tools, and professional capacity to provide end-to-end solutions (problem diagnosis to countermeasure deployment) for enhancing safety in all transportation modes and to facilitate integrated assessments of traffic operations and safety benefits of transportation projects.
FLORIDA TRAFFIC SAFETY DASHBOARD. SIGNAL 4 Analytics
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1.Bejleri, I., Xu, X., Brown, D., Srinivasan, S., Agarwal, N (2021) Automatic Horizontal Curve Identification for Large Areas from GIS Roadway Centerlines, Transportation Research Record.
2.Krasniuk, S., Classen, S., Morrow, S. A., Alvarez, L., He, W., Srinivasan, S., & Monahan, M. (2021). Clinical predictors of driving simulator performance in drivers with Multiple Sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal. Online First (February 10, 2021). doi: 10.1177/1352458521992507.
3.Carrick, G. Srinivasan, S. and Jermprapai K (*) (2018) Safety of Freeway Service Patrol Operations: a Case Study of Florida Road Rangers, Transportation Research Record. https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198118789952
4.Sun X. (*), Shahabi, M., Carrick,G. , Yin Y., Srinivasan, S., and Shirmohammadi N (*) (2018) Methods for Design of Safety Service Patrol Beats: the Florida Road Ranger Case Study Transportation Research Record https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198118788183
5.Carrick, G, Jermprapai, K (*), Srinivasan, S., and Yin Y. (2017) Development of Guidance for Deployment Decisions on Safety Service Patrols in Florida, accepted for publication on Transportation Research Record.
6.Jemprapai, K (*) and Srinivasan, S (2014) “Planning-Level Model for Assessing Pedestrian Safety”, Transportation Research Record Vol 2464, pp 109-117.
7.Zhu, X. (*) and Srinivasan, S. (2011) “Modeling Occupant-level Injury Severity: An Application to Large-Truck Crashes”, Accident Analysis and Prevention. Volume 43, Issue 4, pp. 1427–1437
8.Zhu, X. (*) and Srinivasan, S. (2011) “A Comprehensive Analysis of Factors Affecting the Injury-Severity of Large-Truck Crashes”, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 43, Issue 1, pp. 49-57.
9.Carrick, G. (*), Srinivasan, S., and Washburn, S. (2010) “Descriptive Analysis and Characterization of Law Enforcement Vehicle Crashes in Florida” Transportation Research Record, Vol. 2182, pp. 40-47.
10.Langford, J., McCarthy, D., Koppel, S., and Srinivasan, S. (2008) “In Defense of the Low Mileage Bias”, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Volume 40, Issue 6, pp.1996-1999.
Carrick, Grady T. 2012. The Impacts of Police Traffic Stops on Freeway Operations and Capacity.
de Andrade, Gustavo Riente. 2018. Relationship between Traffic Operations and Road Safety.
Gu, Zongni. 2017. A Framework for Measuring Transportation Safety Resilience.
Haas, Philipe. 2015. An Examination of the Spatial and Temporal Transferability of Crash Prediction Models in Florida.
Hakim, Nahal. 2017. Examining the Impact of Built Environment on Fatal Crashes Involving Older Drivers.
Jackson, Deja. 2019. A Multi-Level Exploratory Analysis of Motorcycle Safety.
Jermprapai, Khajonsak.2013. A Planning-Level Model for Assessing Pedestrian Safety.
Lacayo, Rosario E. Case Study of Bicyclist and Pedestrian Crashes in Jacksonville, Florida.
Meng, Lingchen. 2016. Analysis of Elderly Transportation Accessibility and Safety.
Ouyang, Yiqiang. 2014. Examining the Influence of Built Environment on Traffic Crashes: a Spatio-temporal Data Mining Approach.
Pierre-Jean, Reginald Marc. 2011. A Methodology for Exploring the Relationship Between Intersection Form Factors and Traffic Crashes Using Geographically Weighted Regression.
Stafford, Michael R. 2017. Analysis of the Impact of Florida Interchanges on Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety.
Stahl, Heather. 2018. Improving Pedestrian Safety Along Commercial Corridors in Jacksonville, Florida.
Thordin, Sofia. 2017. Evaluating Traffic Safety in Fort Lauderdale Using a Vision Zero Framework.
Tia, Luke L. 2015. Exploring the Relationship Between Pavement Variables and Traffic Crashes.
Xu, Xingjing. 2021. Exploring the Relationship Between Traffic Fatalities and Economic Development
Yarney, Abraham Kojo. 2019. Understanding Older-Driver Safety Based on Crashes, Near-Crashes, and Traffic Citations.
Yu, Xiao. 2011. An Analysis of Injury Severities of Large-Truck Crashes
Zhai, Liang. 2021. Predicting Reduction of Traffic Crashes During the Adoption of Level-5 Autonomous Vehicles.
Zhang, Wei. 2019. Predicting Crash Risk Using Demographic and Land Use Characteristics.