Corey Harper
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Estimating potential increases in travel with autonomous vehicles for the non-driving, elderly and people with travel-restrictive medical conditions
CD Harper, CT Hendrickson, S Mangones, C Samaras
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 72, 1-9, 2016
2972016
Cost and benefit estimates of partially-automated vehicle collision avoidance technologies
CD Harper, CT Hendrickson, C Samaras
Accident Analysis & Prevention 95, 104-115, 2016
672016
Exploring the economic, environmental, and travel implications of changes in parking choices due to driverless vehicles: An agent-based simulation approach
CD Harper, CT Hendrickson, C Samaras
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 144 (4), 04018043, 2018
252018
Socioeconomic and usage characteristics of transportation network company (TNC) riders
R Grahn, CD Harper, C Hendrickson, Z Qian, HS Matthews
Transportation 47 (6), 3047-3067, 2020
232020
Bounding the potential increases in vehicles miles traveled for the non-driving and elderly populations and people with travel-restrictive medical conditions in an automated …
C Harper, S Mangones, CT Hendrickson, C Samaras
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2015
162015
Net-societal and net-private benefits of some existing vehicle crash avoidance technologies
A Khan, CD Harper, CT Hendrickson, C Samaras
Accident Analysis & Prevention 125, 207-216, 2019
92019
Safety and Cost Assessment of Connected and Automated Vehicles
CT Hendrickson, C Harper
Carnegie-Mellon University. Technologies for Safe and Efficient …, 2018
22018
Impacts of vehicle automation on workforce training and driver’s licensing
YM Hayeri, C Harper, C Hendrickson, AD Biehler
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2015
22015
Improving Short-Term Travel Speed Prediction with High-Resolution Spatial and Temporal Rainfall Data
CD Harper, S Qian, C Samaras
Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems 147 (3), 04021004, 2021
12021
Connecting Pedestrians with Disabilities to Adaptive Signal Control for Safe Intersection Crossing and Enhanced Mobility: Final Report [2019]
SF Smith, ZB Rubinstein, B Dias, J Marousek, S Sarkhili, H Ashqar, ...
United States. Department of Transportation. Intelligent Transportation …, 2019
12019
Societal Impacts of a Complete Street Project in a Mixed Urban Corridor: Case Study in Pittsburgh
R Grahn, CT Hendrickson, H Scott Matthews, SZ Qian, CD Harper
Journal of Infrastructure Systems 27 (2), 05021003, 2021
2021
FMVSS Considerations for Vehicles With Automated Driving Systems: Volume 2
M Chaka, M Blanco, L Stowe, J McNeil, K Kefauver, V Fitchett, ...
United States. Department of Transportation. National Highway Traffic Safety …, 2021
2021
Travel Impacts of a Complete Street Project in a Mixed Urban Corridor
R Grahn, C Hendrickson, HS Matthews, C Harper, S Qian
2020
Economic and Behavioral Dimensions of Urban Transport Policy
VX Gu, T Schmidt, O Mesner, C Harper
2020 APPAM Fall Research Conference, 2020
2020
Bargain-Hunting Robocars Could Spell the End for Downtown Parking: Cities need to plan ahead for automated vehicles that can drop passengers in urban areas then travel long …
C Harper, C Samaras
American Scientist 107 (6), 334-338, 2019
2019
Investigating the Effects of Reserved Lanes for Commercial Truck Platooning on Congestion: Pennsylvania Turnpike Case Study
C Harper, C Hendrickson, C Samaras
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
2018
Transitioning Roadways to Accommodate Connected and Automated Vehicles: A Pennsylvania Case Study
C Samaras, C Henrickson, C Harper
2017
Transitioning to a Connected and Automated Vehicle Environment: Opportunities for Improving Transportation
CD Harper
Carnegie Mellon University, 2017
2017
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