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  • 100-car reanalysis : summary of primary and secondary driver characteristics 

    McClafferty, Julie; Hankey, Jonathan M. (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, 2010-08-27)
    This project's goal was to build a complete trip file inventory for the 100-Car data set... Data points collected for each file include Driver ID (with new IDs created as new secondary drivers were found), Ambient Lighting, ...
  • Distraction Index Framework: Final Report 

    Perez, Miguel A.; Hankey, Jonathan M. (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, 2013-03-01)
    The usage of a radio while driving has long been considered socially acceptable. There is recent concern, however, about radio usage, in its ever-changing context, remaining a relatively low-risk activity to perform while ...
  • Matching GPS Records to Digital Map Data: Algorithm Overview and Application 

    McLaughlin, Shane B.; Hankey, Jonathan M. (National Surface Transportation Safety Center for Excellence, 2015-03-03)
    Records of latitude and longitude pairs describing an approximate path of travel are logged by many types of Global Positioning System (GPS)-enabled devices. These logs of latitude/longitude (lat/lon) pairs specify geographic ...
  • Method for identifying rural, urban, and interstate driving in naturalistic driving data : final report 

    Cannon, Brad R.; McLaughlin, Shane B.; Hankey, Jonathan M. (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, 2009-03-12)
    By employing the functionality of GIS, code was written which allows for an automated process to compare the GPS data recorded in the naturalistic driving data with geographic map data from the U.S. Census Bureau and road ...
  • Modeling 100-car safety events : a case-based approach for analyzing naturalistic driving data : final report 

    Guo, Feng; Hankey, Jonathan M. (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, 2009-09-30)
    This study developed an integrated framework for modeling the safety outcomes of naturalistic driving studies and addressed several critical methodological issues. The results indicate a certain level of discrepancy between ...