Yeganeh Mashayekh Hayeri
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Potentials for sustainable transportation in cities to alleviate climate change impacts
Y Mashayekh, P Jaramillo, C Samaras, CT Hendrickson, M Blackhurst, ...
Environmental science & technology 46 (5), 2529-2537, 2012
462012
Costs of automobile air emissions in US metropolitan areas
Y Mashayekh, P Jaramillo, M Chester, CT Hendrickson, CL Weber
Transportation Research Record 2233 (1), 120-127, 2011
372011
Role of brownfield developments in reducing household vehicle travel
Y Mashayekh, C Hendrickson, HS Matthews
Journal of urban planning and development 138 (3), 206-214, 2012
242012
Connected and autonomous vehicles 2040 vision
C Hendrickson, A Biehler, Y Mashayekh
Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, 2014
192014
Low-level automated light-duty vehicle technologies provide opportunities to reduce fuel consumption
S Vasebi, YM Hayeri, C Samaras, C Hendrickson
Transportation Research Record 2672 (24), 60-74, 2018
112018
Potential Impacts of Vehicle Automation on Design, Infrastructure and Investment Decisions-A State DOT Perspective
YM Hayeri, C Hendrickson, AD Biehler
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2015
72015
LEED-certified residential brownfield development as a travel and greenhouse gas emission reduction strategy
Y Mashayekh, CT Hendrickson, HS Matthews
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 141 (2), 04014022, 2015
62015
Estimation of comparative life cycle costs and greenhouse gas emissions of residential Brownfield and Greenfield developments
C Hendrickson, D Lange, Y Mashayekh, A Nagengast, S Zhang
Green Streets, Highways, and Development 2013: Advancing the Practice, 306-321, 2013
32013
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
Benefits of Proactive Monitoring of Traffic Signal Timing Performance Measures-Case Study of a Rapidly Developing Network
Y Mashayekh, C Hendrickson
Green Streets, Highways, and Development 2013: Advancing the Practice, 202-211, 2013
22013
An Inverse Reinforcement Learning Approach to Car Following Behaviors
YM Hayeri, KE Kim, D Lee
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2016
12016
Land use and congestion management strategies to promote urban environmental sustainability
Y Mashayekh
12013
Transportation Health and Safety Policies-Beyond Automobile Crashes and Climate Change
YM Hayeri, S Vasebi
Transportation Research Board 100th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2021
2021
Surrounding Vehicles’ Contribution to Car-Following Models: A Deep-Learning Based Analysis
S Vasebi, YM Hayeri, PJ Jin
Transportation Research Board 100th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2021
2021
The Takeover Conundrum: Level 3 Vehicle Automation Behavioral Study
YM Hayeri, A Gade, C LaRochelle, H Behrooz
Transportation Research Board 100th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2021
2021
Quantitative assessment of the impacts of disruptive precipitation on surface transportation
RCB Bucar, YM Hayeri
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 203, 107105, 2020
2020
Air emission impacts of low-level automated vehicle technologies in US metropolitan areas
S Vasebi, YM Hayeri
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives 7, 100194, 2020
2020
Investigating Taxi and Uber competition in New York City: Multi-agent modeling by reinforcement-learning
S Vasebi, YM Hayeri
arXiv preprint arXiv:2008.12530, 2020
2020
Human Car-Following Behavior: Parametric, Machine-Learning, and Deep-Learning Perspectives
S Vasebi, YM Hayeri, J Jin
International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 40-48, 2020
2020
Air Emissions Cost Savings of Low-Level, Light-Duty Automated Vehicles in US Metropolitan Areas
S Vasebi, YM Hayeri
Transportation Research Board 98th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2019
2019
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