Theses Published

  1. Sisiopiku, V.P. (1994). Travel Time Estimation from Loop Detector Data for Advanced Traveler Information Systems Applications, Ph.D. Thesis.
  2. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (1991). Capacity Analysis Models for Exclusive Left-Turn Lanes, M.S. Thesis.
  3. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (1988). A Feasibility Study on the Application of a Light Rail System in Thessaloniki Metropolitan Area, B.S. Thesis. 

Books and Book Chapters

  1. Ramadan, OE, and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2019).A Critical Review on Population Synthesis for Activity- and Agent-Based Transportation Models”, In Transportation, Stefano De Luca and Roberta Di Pace, Editors, ISBN 978-953-51-6877-5, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.86307
  2. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Ramadan, O.E., Editors (2015). Urban Planning and Civil Engineering, ISBN 978-960-598-009-2, August 2015, 410 pages.
  3. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Abro, A.M. (2014). “Establishing the Connection between Livable Community Assets and Public Health”, In Intercultural Dialogue on Health Economics, Management and Policy: Challenges and Chances, Sabine Bohnet-Joschko and Zoe Boutsioli Editors, ISBN 978-618-5065-26-3, June 2014, pp. 41-54.
  4. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2012). “Active Traffic Management as a Tool for Addressing Traffic Congestion”, In Intelligent Transportation Systems, Ahmed Abdel-Rahim Editor, ISBN 979-953-307-420-6, March 2012, pp. 169-188.
  5. Sisiopiku, V.P., Sullivan, A., Foster, J., and Fine, P.R. (2011). “Emergency Response and Traffic Congestion:  The Dispatchers Perspective”. In Disaster Management and Human Health Risk II. Reducing Risk, Improving Outcomes, C.A. Brebbia, A.J. Kassab, and E.A. Divo Editors, WIT Press, ISBN 978-1-84564-536-6, 2011, 125-136.

Journal Papers

  1. Ramadan, O.E., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2018).Modeling Highway Performance Under Various Short-Term Work Zone Configurations. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems, Vol. 144, No 9. DOI: 10.1061/JTEPBS.0000176
  2. Sisiopiku, V. (2018). “Travel Patterns and Preferences of Urban University Students. Athens Journal of Technology & Engineering, , Vol. 5(1), March 2018, pp. 19-31.
  3. Sisiopiku, V. and Rostami-Hosuri, S. (2017). “Congestion Quantification Using the National Performance Management Research Data Set”, Data: Special Issue on Transportation Data, 2(4), 39; DOI: 10.3390/data2040039
  4. Kondyli, A., Barmpoutis, A., Sisiopiku, V.P., Zhang, L., Zhaob, L., Islam, M.M., Patil, S.S. and Rostami Hosuri, S. (2017). “A 3D Body Posture Analysis Framework during Merging and Lane Changing Maneuvers”. Journal of Transportation Safety & Security, pp. 1-18, DOI: 10.1080/19439962.2017.1294226
  5. Doustmohammadi, E. and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2016). “Modeling Truck Movements: A Comparison between the Quick Response Freight Manual (QRFM) and Tour-based Approaches”. International Journal of Engineering and Science Invention, Vol. 5 (11), November 2016, pp. 45-51.
  6. Stavrinos, D., Mosley, P.R., Wittig, S.M., Johnson, H.D., Decker, J.S., Sisiopiku, V.P., & Welburn, S.C. (2016). “Visual Distraction by Digital Advertising Billboards in Drivers across the Lifespan”. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, Vol. 41, Part A, August 2016, pp. 19-28.
  7. Doustmohammadi, E., Sisiopiku. V.P., and Sullivan, A. (2016). “Modeling Freight Truck Trips in Birmingham Using Tour-based Approach”, Journal of Transportation Technologies, 6, 436-448.
  8. Ramadan, O.E., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2016). “Impact of Bottleneck Merge Control Strategies on Freeway Level of Service”, Transportation Research Procedia, Vol. 15, pp. 583-593.
  9. Zheng, Y., Chase, T., Elefteriadou, L., Chase, T., V.P., Schroeder, B., and Sisiopiku, V.  (2016). “Pedestrian Traffic Operations in Urban Networks”, Transportation Research Procedia, Vol 15, pp.134-149.
  10. Sisiopiku, V.P., Mamidipalli, S., Schroeder, B., and Elefteriadou, L. (2016). “Time-of-day Visibility-based Pedestrian Gap Acceptance Model for Two-way Stop Controlled Crossings”, Journal Procedia Engineering, 161 (2016), pp. 241-246.
  11. Doustmohammadi, E., Sisiopiku, V.P., Anderson, M.D., Doustmohammadi, M., and Sullivan, A. (2016). “Evaluation of Freight Demand Forecasting Models”, International Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering, Vol 5, No. 1, May 2016, pp. 19-26.
  12. Ramadan, O. and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2016). “Evaluation of Merge Control Strategies at Interstate Work Zones Under Peak and Off-Peak Traffic Conditions”, Journal of Transportation Technologies, Special Issue on Transportation Planning and Management, Vol 6, No. 3, pp. 118-130.
  13. Zheng, Y., Chase, T., Elefteriadou, L., Sisiopiku, V.P., Schroeder, B. (2016). “Driver Types and Their Behaviors within a High Level of Pedestrian Activity Environment”. Transportation Letters: the International Journal of Transportation Research, Jan. 2016, Vol. 9(1), pp. 1-11.
  14. Schwebel, D.C., Combs, T., Rodriguez, D., Severson, J., and Sisiopiku, V. (2016). “Community-Based Pedestrian Safety Training in Virtual Environment: A Pragmatic Trial”, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Jan. 2016; Vol 86, pp. 9-15.
  15. Ramadan, O. and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2015). “Bottleneck Merge Control Strategies in the United States: A Review of Available Options and Current Practices”, Open Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol 5, No 4, pp. 428-436.
  16. Mamidipalli, S., Sisiopiku, V.P., Schroeder, B., Elefteriadou, L., and Salamati, K. (2015). “A Probit-based Pedestrian Gap Acceptance Model for Mid-Block Crossing Locations”, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2519, pp. 128-136.
  17. Zheng, Y., Chase, T., Elefteriadou, L., Schroeder, B., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2015). “Modeling Vehicle-Pedestrian Interactions Outside the Crosswalks”, Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, Vol. 59, Dec. 2015, pp. 89-101.
  18. Barmpoutis, A., Sisiopiku, V.P., Zhao, L., and Kondyli, A. (2015). “Computer Assisted Analysis of Drivers' Body Activity Using a Range Camera”, IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine, 7(3), pp. 18-28.
  19. Mamidipalli, S., Sisiopiku, V.P., Schroeder, B., and Elefteriadou, L. (2015). “A Review of Analysis Techniques and Data Collection Methods for Modeling Pedestrian Crossing Behaviors”, Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp. 225-232.
  20. Sisiopiku, V.P., Hester, D., Gan, A., Stavrinos, D., and Sullivan, A. (2015). “Digital Roadside Advertising and Traffic Safety”, Urban Planning and Civil Engineering, August 2015, pp. 43-54.
  21. Decker, J.S., Stannard, S.J., McManus, B., Wittig, S.M.O., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Stavrinos, D. (2015). “The Impact of Billboards on Drivers' Visual Attention: A Systematic Literature Review”, Traffic Injury Prevention, Vol. 16, Issue 3, pp. 234-239. 
  22. Sisiopiku, V.P., Islam, Md. M., and Sullivan, A. (2014). “Traffic Safety Risks from Digital Advertising Billboards in Alabama”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Vol. 10, Issue 11, November 2014, pp. 30-36.
  23. McDonald, N., R. Steiner, M. Palmer, A. Bullock, V. Sisiopiku, B. Lytle. (2014). “Costs of School Transportation: Quantifying the Fiscal Impacts of Encouraging Walking and Bicycling for School Travel”. Transportation, DOI 10.1007/s11116-014-9569-7, Springer ©, Nov. 2014.
  24. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Barbour, N. (2014). “Use of GIS Spatial Analysis to Identify Food Deserts in the State of Alabama”, Athens Journal of Health, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2014, pp. 91-103.
  25. Hale, T.M., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Cotten, S.R.  (2013). “Online Motorcycle Safety Information Seeking and its Relationship to Risk Taking and Protective Behaviors”, Safety Science Monitor, Vol. 17, Issue 2, pp. 1-14.
  26. Stavrinos, D., Jones, J.L., Garner, A.A., Griffin, R., Franklin, C.A., Ball, D., Welburn, S.C., Ball, K.K., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Fine, P.R. (2013). “Impact of Distracted Driving on Safety and Traffic Flow”. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Dec. 2013, Vol. 61, pp. 63-70 (ScienceDirect Top 25 List; 3rd most downloaded article in Accident Analysis and Prevention in 2014).
  27. Milner, A., Baker, L., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2013). “Motivations and Barriers to Utilizing Adult Walking Buses: An Examination of Demographic Correlates of Willingness to Participate in a Community-based Walking Program”. Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM), Dec. 2013, Vol.3, No.9, pp. 517-525.
  28. Cavusoglu, O., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Ruiz Juri, N. (2013). “The Role of Transit in Carless Evacuation Planning”, ASCE Journal of Natural Hazards Review, Aug. 2013, Vol. 14, Issue 3, pp. 119-200.
  29. Sisiopiku, V.P., Ramadan, O. and McDonald, N.C. (2013). “Development of a Cost Breakdown Structure for Quantifying School Transportation Costs for Various Modes”. European International Journal of Science and Technology, July 2013, Vol. 2, No. 6, pp. 235-250.
  30. Sisiopiku, V.P., Imran, M.S., and Abro, A.M. (2013). “Impacts of Transit-Oriented Development in a Small Community Setting”, International Journal of Engineering and Industries, June 2013, Vol. 4, No 2, pp. 74-89.
  31. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Abro, A.M. (2013). “Livable Community Assets and Public Health”. Journal of ATINER on Economy and Health (Journal of Oikonomia and Hygeia), Vol. 3, No 2, pp. 8-20 [Published in Greek].
  32. Baskin, M. L., Davis, W. J., Droge, M. J., Evenson, K., Ferranti, S. R., Galbraith, M. G., McDonald, N.C., Meehan, L.A., Mendoz, J.A., Miller, R.E., Patterson, B., Ring, R. Raunault, E., Sallis, J.F., Sisiopiku, V.P. and Truch, P. A. (2013). “Exploring Transportation's Role in Reducing Childhood Obesity”, ITE Journal-Institute of Transportation Engineers, 83(1), pp. 18-19.
  33. Sisiopiku, V.P. , Kallem, B.R., and Sullivan, A. (2012). “Qualification of Non-Recurring Congestion Using GPS Data”, Journal of Modern Traffic and Transportation Engineering Research (MTTER), Vol. 1, Issue 2, pp. 54-60.
  34. Sisiopiku, V.P. and Islam, S.M. (2012). “A Freeway Travel Time Reliability Study”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Vol. 3, Issue 10 (Sept 2012), pp. 83-101.
  35. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Cavusoglu, O. (2012). “Incident and Emergency Medical Services Management from a Regional Perspective”, International Journal of Environmental Research in Public Health, 9, No 7: Preparedness and Emergency Response, pp. 2266-2282.
  36. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Alnazer, S. (2012). “Determining the Suitability of Freeway Corridors for Managed Lanes Deployment”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA), Vol. 2, Issue 3, May-Jun 2012, pp. 1236-1244.
  37. Sisiopiku, V.P. , and Cavusoglu, O. (2011). “Evaluating Designated Truck Lane Strategies for an Urban Freeway Corridor”, Journal of Transportation of the ITE- Institute of Transportation Engineers, Vol. 2, No 1, October 2011, pp. 57-70.
  38. Akin, D., Sisiopiku, V.P., Skabardonis, A., and Cristofa, E. (2011).  “Impacts of Weather on Traffic Flow Characteristics of Urban Freeways in Istanbul”, Transportation Research Board, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 16, 2011, pp. 89-99.
  39. Sisiopiku, V.P. , and Sullivan, A. (2011). “Impacts of Signal System Timings on Rain Related Congestion”, International Journal of Engineering and Industries, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2011, pp. 1– 12.
  40. Turner, D., Evans, W., Kumlachew, M., Wolshon, B., Dixit, V., Sisiopiku, V.P., Islam, S., and Anderson, M., (2010). “Issues, Practices, and Needs for Communicating Evacuation Information with Vulnerable Populations”, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board,   No. 2196, Network Modeling 2010, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., December 2010, pp 159-167.
  41. Sisiopiku, V.P. , and Chemmannur, J. (2010).  “Conversion of One- to Two Way Streets in Birmingham, Alabama”, Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, August 2010, Vol. 4, No.8 (Serial No. 33), pp. 27-36.
  42. Jones, S.L. and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2007). “Safety at Isolated High-Speed Signalized Intersections: Synthesis”. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol. 133, No. 9, Sept. 2007, pp. 523-528.
  43. Sisiopiku, V.P., Byrd, J.E., and Chittoor, A. (2007). “Application of Level of Service Methods for the Evaluation of Operations at Pedestrian Facilities”. Journal of the Transportation Research BoardTransportation Research Record (TRR):  No. 2002, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 117-124.
  44. Sisiopiku, V.P., Li, X., Mouskos, K. C., Kamga, C., Barrett, C., and Abro, A.M. (2007). “Dynamic Traffic Assignment Modeling for Incident Management”. Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Record (TRR):  No. 1994, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 110-116.
  45. Sisiopiku, V.P.   (2007). “Application of Traffic Simulation Modeling for Improved Emergency Preparedness Planning”. ASCE Journal of Urban Planning, Vol. 133, No. 1, March Issue, pp. 51-60.
  46. Sisiopiku, V.P., Rousseau, A., Fouad, F.H., and Peters, R.W. (2006). “Technology Evaluation of Hydrogen Light-Duty Vehicles”. ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol. 132, No. 6, June Issue, pp. 568-574.
  47. Tao, R., Wei H., Wang Y., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2005). “Modeling Speed Disturbance Absorption Following State-Control Action-Expected Chains: Integrated Car-Following and Lane-Changing Scenarios”. Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Record (TRR): No. 1934, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 83-93.
  48. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Elliot, J.R.  (2005). “Active Warning Systems: A Synthesis”, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol. 131, No. 3, March 2005, pp. 205-210.
  49. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Akin, D. (2003). “Pedestrian Behaviors at and Perceptions towards Various Pedestrian Facilities: An Examination Based on Observation and Survey Data”, Transportation Research, Part F, Vol. 6, Issue 4, December 2003, pp. 249-274.
  50. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Oh, H. (2001). “Evaluation of Roundabout Performance Using SIDRA”, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol. 127, No. 2, March/April Issue, pp. 143-150.
  51. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Oh, H. (2001). “Stay on These Roads -ITS Applications for Winter Maintenance in the USA”, Traffic Technology International, June/July 2001, Surrey, UK, p. 78-83.
  52. Yang, Q., Sisiopiku, V.P., Arnold, J.A., Pisano, P., and Nelson, G. (2000). “Assessment of Rural ITS Wireless Communications Solutions”, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Record (TRR): No 1739, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 51-58.
  53. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Patel, H. (1999). “Study of the Impact of Police Enforcement on Motorists Speeds”, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Record (TRR): No 1693, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 31-36.
  54. Sisiopiku, V.P., Taylor, W., Patel H. (1998). “Effects of Police Presence in an Increased Speed Zone”, ITE Journal, Vol. 68, Issue 3, pp. 12.
  55. Zhou, M., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (1997). “On the Relationship between Volume to Capacity Ratios and Accident Rates”, Transportation Research Record 1581, Washington, D.C., pp. 47-52.
  56. Sisiopiku, V.P., Rouphail, N.M., and Santiago, A. (1994). “Analysis of the Correlation between Arterial Travel Time and Detector Data from Simulation and Field Studies”, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Record (TRR): No 1457, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 166-173.
  57. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Rouphail, N.M. (1994). “Towards the Use of Detector Output for Arterial Link Travel Time Estimation: A Literature Review”, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Record (TRR): No 1457, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., pp. 158-165.

Conference Proceedings Papers (Refereed, 3 to 5 reviewers)

  1. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Ramadan, O.M. (2018). “Understanding Women’s Needs as Determinants of Mode Choice: A Case Study of the University of Alabama at Birmingham”, In Annual Meeting Online Proceedings of the TRB 97th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  2. Kondyli, A., Barmpoutis, A., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2016). “Safety-Related Analysis of the 3D Driver Body Posture Using Naturalistic Data”, Proceedings of the TRB 95th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  3. Sisiopiku, V.P., Peters, R.W., and Ramadan, O. (2015). “Introducing Sustainability Design and Assessment Methods into the Civil Engineering Curriculum”, Proceedings of the 122nd Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), Seattle, WA.
  4. Sisiopiku, V.P., Islam, Md, Haleem, K., Gan, A., and Alluri, P. (2015). “Investigation of Potential Relationship between Crash Occurrence and Presence of Digital Advertising Billboards in Alabama and Florida”, Proceedings of the 94th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  5. Mamidipalli, S., Sisiopiku, V.P., Schroeder, B., Elefteriadou, L., and Salamati, K. (2015). “A Probit-based Pedestrian Gap Acceptance Model for Mid-Block Crossing Locations”, Proceedings of the 94th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  6. Hunter, E., Salamati, K., Elefteriadou, L., Sisiopiku, V., Rouphail, N., Phillips, B., and Schroeder, B. (2015). “Driver Yielding at Unsignalized Midblock Crossings”, Proceedings of the 94th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  7. Zheng, Y., Chase, T., Elefteriadou, L., Schroeder, B., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2015). “Where Do Pedestrians Jaywalk and How Do Drivers React? -- A Study within a Campus Environment”, Proceedings of the 94th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  8. Kondyli, A., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Barmpoutis, A. (2013). “A 3D Experimental Framework for Exploring Driver’s Body Activity using Infrared Depth Sensors”, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Connected Vehicles, Las Vegas, NV. Recipient of Merit Award Certificate.
  9. Seeherman, J., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Skabardonis, A. (2012). “Assessment of the Impact of Weather on Freeway Operations in California, Proceedings of the 91st Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  10. Hale, T., Sisiopiku, V.P., Cotten, S. (2012). “The Relationship of Internet Safety Information Seeking on Risky Riding Behavior and Use of Protective Gear among an Online Motorcycle Community”, Proceedings of the 91st Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  11. Sisiopiku, V.P., Mouskos, K., and Barrett, C. (2011). “Evaluation of Lane-Reversal Plans for I-65 in Alabama”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Road Safety and Simulation, Indianapolis, IN.
  12. Zhong, C., Sisiopiku, V.P., Ksaibati K., and Zhong, T. (2011). “Crash Prediction on Rural Roads”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Road Safety and Simulation, Indianapolis, IN.
  13. Stavrinos, D., Garner A., Franklin C., Ball D., Ball K., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Fine, P. (2011). “Impact of Distracted Driving on Traffic Flow Parameters”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Road Safety and Simulation, Indianapolis, IN.
  14. Sisiopiku, V.P., Cavusoglu, O., and Sikder, S. (2010). “High Occupancy Vehicle Lane Performance Assessment through Operational, Environmental Impacts, and Cost-Benefit Analyses”, Proceedings of the EAIA 2010 Conference, Orlando, FL.
  15. Sisiopiku, V.P., Chemmannur, J., and Brown, J. (2010). “Conversion of One- to Two-Way Streets in Birmingham Downtown: A Feasibility Study”, Proceedings of the 2010 SimAUD, Orlando, FL.
  16. Turner, D., Wolshon, B., Dixit, V., Evans, W., Sisiopiku, V.P., Islam, S., and Anderson M. (2010). “Transportation-Oriented Communications with Vulnerable Populations During Major Emergencies: Current Challenges and Best Practices”, Proceedings of the 89th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  17. Waid, J.C., Turochy, R., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2009). “Innovative Financing Sources for State Highways: Alabama Revenue from a Vehicle Mileage Road User Fee”, Proceedings of the 88th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  18. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Fadel, G. (2009). “Analysis of Impacts from Temporary Left- and Right- Shoulder Lane Use as an Active Traffic Management Strategy”, Proceedings of the 2009 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  19. Sisiopiku, V.P., Acharya, A., Anderson, M., and Turner, D. (2009). “Evaluation of Traffic Signal Performance under Oversaturated Conditions Using VISTA”. Proceedings of the 2009 Transportation Simulation Symposium (TSS 09), Spring Simulation Multiconference 2009, San Diego, CA.
  20. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Cavusoglu, O. (2007). “Implementation of High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes”. Proceedings of the 2007 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  21. Sisiopiku, V.P., Peters, R.W., and Fouad, F.H. (2007). “Emissions Associated with Various Driving Cycles for Light-Duty Vehicles”, Proceedings of the 2007 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  22. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Waid, J.C. (2007). “The Potential of Vehicle Mileage Road User Fee as Alternate Financing Option for State Highways”, Proceedings of the 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  23. Sisiopiku, V.P., Li, X., Mouskos, K.C., Kamga, C., Barrett, C., and Abro, A.M. (2007). “Dynamic Traffic Assignment Modeling for Incident Management” Proceedings of the 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  24. Akin, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2007). “Pedestrian Crossing Compliance Characteristics At-grade Signalized Crosswalks: Case study in a Downtown-university Campus Environment”, Proceedings of the 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  25. Sisiopiku, V.P., Byrd, J.E., and Chittoor, A. (2007). “Application of Level of Service Methods for the Evaluation of Operations at Pedestrian Facilities”, Proceedings of the 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  26. Akin, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2007). “Modeling Interactions between Pedestrians and Turning-vehicles at Signalized Crosswalks Operating under Combined Pedestrian-Vehicle Interval”, Proceedings of the 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  27. Waid, J.C., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2007). “Alternate Financing Sources for Alabama Highways: The Heavy-Truck Road User Fee”, Proceedings of the 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  28. Robinson, C. A., Jones, S. L., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Anderson, M. (2007). “Transportation Project Selection and Prioritization Methodologies for Small and Medium-Sized Planning Agencies”, Proceedings of the 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  29. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Abro, A.B. (2006). “Assessment of Transit Operations in Birmingham, Alabama”. Proceedings of the 2006 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  30. Byrd, J.E., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2006). Assessment of Pedestrian Facilities on the Basis of Level of Service”. Proceedings of the TRB 5th International Symposium on Highway Capacity and Quality of Service, Yokohama, Japan.
  31. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Li, X. (2006). “Overview of Dynamic Traffic Assignment Options”. Proceedings of the 2006 Transportation Simulation Symposium (TSS 06), Spring Simulation Multiconference 2006, Huntsville, AL.
  32. Sisiopiku, V.P., Rousseau, A., Fouad, F., and Peters, R.W. (2006). “An Assessment of Vehicular Energy Use by Hydrogen and Gasoline Powertrains for a Mid-Size Passenger Car”, Proceedings of the 85th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  33. Byrd, J.E. and Sisiopiku, V.P., and (2006). “Comparison of Level of Service Methodologies for Pedestrian Sidewalks”, Proceedings of the 85th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  34. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Tang, X. (2005). “Prioritization of ITS Options based on Commercial Vehicle Crash Reduction and Cost-Benefit Assessment”. Proceedings of the 2005 Truck & Bus Safety & Security Symposium, Alexandria, VA.
  35. Tao, R., Wei, H., Wang, Y., Sisiopiku, V.P. (2005). “Modeling Speed Disturbance Absorption Following State-Control Action-Expected Chains: Integrated Car-Following and Lane-Changing
  36. Scenarios”. Proceedings of the 84th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  37. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Tang, X. (2004). “Safety Impacts of Intelligent Transportation Systems Technologies on Commercial Vehicle Operation”. Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan.
  38. Sisiopiku, V.P., Sullivan, A., Patharkar, S., Tang, X., and Jones, S. (2004). “Traffic Simulation Modeling for Emergency Preparedness Planning”, Proceedings of the 2004 ITS Safety and Security Conference, Miami, FL.
  39. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2004). “Intelligent Transportation Systems Applications for Increased Pedestrian Safety”, Proceedings of the 2004 ITS Safety and Security Conference, Miami, FL.
  40. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Aylsworth-Bonzelet, L. (2003). “Application of Loons at Directional Cross-overs”, Proceedings of the 82nd Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  41. Sisiopiku, V.P., Zhang, X., and Elwart, J.J. (2002). “Assessment of Red Light Running Camera Enforcement Technology”, Proceedings of the 81st Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  42. Sisiopiku, V.P., Zhang, X., and Virkler, M.R. (2002). “Pedestrian Level of Service and Quality of
  43. Operations Assessment Methods”, Proceedings of the 81st Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  44. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2001). “Winter Maintenance - ITS Options”, Proceedings of the 4th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Oakland, CA.
  45. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2001). “Variable Speed Limit Control: Technologies and Practice”, Proceedings of the 11th Annual Meeting of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, Miami Beach, FL.
  46. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Oh, H. (2001). “Application of Intelligent Transportation Systems for Winter Maintenance”, Proceedings of 80th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  47. Oh, H., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2001). “A Modified ALINEA Ramp Metering Model”, Proceedings of the 80th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  48. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Oh, H. (2000). “ITS Applications for Snow and Ice Control”, Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Turin, Italy.
  49. Oh, H., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2000). “Probabilistic Models for Pedestrian Capacity and Delay at Roundabouts”, Transportation Research Circular E-C018, pp. 459-470.
  50. Sisiopiku, V.P., Yang, Q., and Soussan, D. (2000). “Wireless Information Transmission Services for Intelligent Transportation Systems Applications”, Proceedings of the 10th Annual Meeting of ITS America, Boston, MA.
  51. Yang, Q., Sisiopiku, V.P., Arnold, J.A., Pisano, P., and Nelson, G. (2000). “Assessment of Rural ITS
  52. Wireless Communications Solutions”. Proceedings of the 79th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  53. Yang, K., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2000). “Rural ITS Communications - Wireless Options”, Proceedings of the 3rd Annual IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Dearborn, MI.
  54. Oh, H., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2000). “A New Concept for Local Traffic Responsive Ramp Metering”, Proceedings of the 79th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  55. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Akin, D. (2000). “Assessment of Pedestrian Crossing Options”. Proceedings of the 79th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  56. Yang, Q., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Pisano, P. (1999). “Assessment of Advanced Rural Transportation Systems Wireless Communications Requirements”, Proceedings of the 6th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Toronto, Canada.
  57. Abdel-Rahim, A., Taylor, W.C., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1999). “Analysis of Adaptive Signal Control Strategies in Urban Corridors”, Proceedings of the 6th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Toronto, Canada.
  58. Sisiopiku, V.P., Lyles, R.W., Krunz, M., Yang, Q., Akin, D., and Abbasi, M. (1999). “Study of Speed Patterns in Work Zones”, Proceedings of the 78th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  59. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Akin, D. (1999). “Pedestrian Perceptions Toward Various Pedestrian Treatments”, Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  60. Abbasi, M., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Taylor, W.C. (1999). “Development and Testing of a Freeway Recurring Congestion Measure”, Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  61. Abbasi, M., Taylor, W.C., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1999). “Development of a Data Sampling Plan to Measure Freeway Recurring Congestion”, Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  62. Sisiopiku, V.P., Patel, H. (1999). “Study of the Impact of Police Enforcement on Motorists’ Speeds”, Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  63. Wang, Y., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1998). “Review and Evaluation of Incident Detection Methods”, Proceedings of the 5th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Seoul, Korea.
  64. Abbasi, M., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1996). “Intelligent Transportation Systems Initiatives for Commercial Vehicle Safety Enhancement in the U.S.A.”. Proceedings of the 29th International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation, Florence, Italy, pp. 317-325.
  65. Palacharla, P., Nelson, P.C., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1994). “Data Fusion Using Fuzzy-Valued Logic”. Proceedings of the Intelligent Vehicle Symposium '94, Paris, France, pp. 115-119.

Conference Proceedings Papers (1 to 2 reviewers)

  1. Sisiopiku, V. (2017). “Travel Patterns and Preferences of Urban University Students. ATINER'S Conference Paper Series, No: TRA2017-2355.
  2. Ramadan, O.E., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2017). “Performance Based Work Zone Scheduling in Central Alabama,” 2017 Annual Meeting of ALSITE, Columbia, South Carolina, 2017, Best Member Technical Paper Award, Runner-up.
  3. Sisiopiku, V. P., and Ramadan, O. E. (2017). Understanding Travel Behavior and Mode Choice of Urban University Campus Employees. Proceedings of the 58th Transportation Research Forum Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
  4. Sisiopiku, V.P., Ramadan, O., Eltaher, M.I., and Cavusoglu, O. (2015). “Analysis of Crash Causes, Costs, and Countermeasures in Alabama Work Zones”, Proceedings of the 2015 Road Safety and Simulation International Conference, Orlando, FL.
  5. Kondyli, A., Barmpoutis, A., Sisiopiku, V.P., Zhang, L., Zhaob, L., Islam, M.M., Patil, S.S., and Rostami Hosuri, S. (2015). “Analyzing 3D Body Posture Activity during Merging and Lane Changing Maneuvers”, Proceedings of the 2015 Road Safety and Simulation International Conference, Orlando, FL.
  6. Sullivan, A., Lee, D., Allen, W.G., Cavusoglu, O., Doustmohammadi, E., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2015) “Comparison between Trip-Based and Tour-Based Truck Travel Demand Forecasting Models in Birmingham, AL”, Proceedings of the 56th Annual Transportation Research Forum, Atlanta, GA.
  7. Sisiopiku, V., Islam, M., Wittig, S., and Stavrinos, D. (2014). “Perceived and Real Impacts of Digital Advertising Billboards on Driving Performance”, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Krakow, Poland, pp. 408-420.
  8. A. Kondyli, V. Sisiopiku, and A. Barmpoutis (2014). “Comparative Analysis of Driving Maneuvers Using 3D Body Posture Data”, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Krakow, Poland, pp. 194-204.
  9. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Barbour, N. (2014). “Use of GIS Spatial Analysis to Identify Food Deserts in the State of Alabama”, 4th Annual International Conference on Urban Studies and Planning, ATINER’s Conference Paper Series, No: PLA2014-0972, Athens, Greece.
  10. Akin, D., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Alasalvar, S. (2014). “Modeling Urban Growth and Expansion Using Interzonal (O/D) Travel Data: Case Study of Sakarya Province, Turkey”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences Optimization, Kos, Greece.
  11. Brodie, A.I., Colville Z., Amekudzi A., Peters R., and Sisiopiku, V. (2013). “A Review of Sustainability Rating Systems for Transportation and Neighborhood-Level Developments”.  Proceedings of the Second ASCE Conference on Green Streets, Highways and Development (ASCE T&DI), Austin, TX, pp. 337-354.
  12. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Abro, A.M. (2013). “Establishing the Connection between Livable Community
  13. Assets and Public Health”. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Health Economics, Management and Policy, Athens, Greece.
  14. Sisiopiku, V.P., Hester, D., Gan, A., Stavrinos, D., and Sullivan, A. (2013).  “Roadside Advertising and Traffic Safety”, Proceedings of 3rd Annual International Conference on Civil Engineering, ATINER’s Conference Paper Series, No: CIV2013-0489, Athens, Greece.
  15. Barbour, N.M., Gaston, S., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Peters, R.W. (2013). “Implementation of Tower Gardens on an Urban University Campus”. Proceedings of the 2013 AlChe Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  16. Fouad, H. F., Bettinger, S., Sisiopiku, V., Scarinci, I., and Fouad, M. (2012). “Investigation into the Impact of the Built Environment on Obesity in Two Communities,” Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), Multidisciplinary Engineering Division, San Antonio, Texas.
  17. Parr S.A., Kaisar E.I., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2012). “Traffic Micro-Simulation Modeling for an Urban Chemical Disaster”. Proceedings of the AlaSim 2012 Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  18. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Abro, A.M. (2012). “Pedestrian Scramble: Feasibility Analysis”. Proceedings of the AlaSim 2012 Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  19. Sisiopiku, V.P., Cotten, S., and Hale, T. (2012). “Motorcycle Safety in the State of Alabama”. Proceedings of the 2012 SDITE/GLDITE Joint Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY.
  20. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Alnazer, S. (2012). “Screening Candidate Corridors for Managed Lane Implementation: Methodology and Findings from an Alabama Case Study”. Proceedings of the 2012 SDITE/GLDITE Joint Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY. Winner of best research paper award.
  21. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Zhong, C. (2011). “Can Vehicle Mileage Travelled Fee Replace Traditional Gas Tax?” Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Transportation Research Forum, Long Beach, CA.
  22. Sisiopiku, V.P., Cavusoglu, O., Mouskos, K., Sikder, S., Sullivan, A., and Watson, S. (2009). “Analysis of Operational and Economic Impacts from the Implementation of High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Strategies”. Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium of Freeway and Tollway Operations, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  23. Sisiopiku, V.P., and  Chemmannur, J. (2009). “Feasibility of Street Conversions in the Birmingham City Center”, 2009 SDITE Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, 2009.
  24. Sisiopiku, V.P., Cavusoglu, O., and Fadel, G. (2009). “Active Traffic Management Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation”, 2009 ITE Technical Conference and Exhibit Compendium of Technical Papers, Phoenix, AZ.
  25. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Cavusoglu, O. (2008). “Operational Impacts from Managed Lanes Implementation in Birmingham”, 2008 ITE Annual Meeting & Exhibit Compendium of Technical Papers, Anaheim, CA.
  26. Waid J.C., Sisiopiku, V.P., Sullivan, A.J., Mouskos K., Barrett C., and Conner, G. (2008). “Lane Reversal Operations for Hurricane Evacuations”, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Application of Advanced Technologies in Transportation (AATT), Athens, GR.
  27. Sisiopiku, V.P., Chemmannur J., Toutanji, H.A., Zhao, H., Hitchcock,  W.A., Richardson, J.A., Uddin, N., Salama, T., and Kirby, J. (2008). “The U.S. Experience with New Generation Weigh-In-Motion
  28. Systems”, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Application of Advanced Technologies in Transportation (AATT), Athens, GR.
  29. Sisiopiku, V.P., Mouskos, K., Barrett, C., Abro, A.M., and Parker, N. (2008). “Evaluation of Transit Operations Using a Regional Dynamic Traffic Assignment and Simulation Approach”, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Application of Advanced Technologies in Transportation (AATT), Athens, GR.
  30. Anderson, M.D., Sisiopiku, V.P., Jones, S.L. (2008). “Traffic Signals on Oversaturated Corridors.” Transportation Research Forum, Fort Worth, TX. 
  31. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Chemmannur, J. (2008). “Downtown Birmingham One- to Two-Way Street Conversion Pilot Study”, Proceedings of the Transport Chicago 2008 Conference, Chicago, IL.
  32. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Acharya, A. (2008). “Modeling of Oversaturated Conditions on Arterial Networks”, Proceedings of the Transport Chicago 2008 Conference, Chicago, IL.
  33. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Byrd, J.E. (2007). “Pedestrian Level of Service Comparison”. Proceedings of the World Conference on Transport Research, Berkeley, CA.
  34. Berryman, R.E., Anderson, M.D., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Jones, S.L. (2007). “Comparison of Traffic Simulation Delay to Actual Delay.” Proceeding of the 2007 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL. 
  35. Sisiopiku, V.P., Waid, J.C., and Rizk, T. (2007). “Comparison of Financing Options for Transportation-Related Projects”. Proceedings of the World Conference on Transport Research, Berkeley, CA.
  36. Sisiopiku, V.P., Chaukar, A., and Hitchcock, W. (2007). “Transit System Operations under Emergency Conditions”. Proceedings of the Transport Chicago 2007 Conference, Chicago, IL.
  37. Sisiopiku, V.P., Anderson, M., Berryman, R. and Jones, S. (2007). “Implementation of Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual Procedures for Transit Systems Evaluation in Alabama”. Proceedings of the Transport Chicago 2007 Conference, Chicago, IL.
  38. Robinson, C. A., Jones, S. L., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Anderson M. (2006). “Comparison and Evaluation of Simplified Transportation Project Selection and Prioritization Methodologies for Use by Small and
  39. Medium Sized Planning Agencies”.  Proceedings of TRB’s Tools of the Trade Conference on Transportation Planning for Small and Medium Sized Communities, Nashville, TN.
  40. Mouskos, K. C., Sisiopiku, V.P., Li, X., Abro, A. M., Kamga, C., Ziliaskopoulos, A., and Barrett, C. (2006). “Dynamic Traffic Assignment Applications for Incident Management”. Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium of Freeway and Tollway Operations, Athens, Greece.
  41. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2006). “Analysis of Benefits and Costs from Ramp Metering Implementation”. Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium of Freeway and Tollway Operations, Athens, Greece.
  42. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Jasti, S.P. (2005). “Performance Evaluation of Hydrogen Vehicle Technology”. Proceedings of the 2005 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  43. Byrd, J.E., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2005). “Comparison of Urban Interchange Options”. Proceedings of the 2005 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  44. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2005). “Advanced Technology Options for Enhancing Pedestrian Safety”, Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers District 5, Savannah, GA- Winner of the Best Sponsored Technical Paper Award.
  45. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Gunda, V.P. (2005). “Modern Roundabouts: Design and Safety Considerations”. Proceedings of the 2005 ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit, Las Vegas, NV.
  46. Sisiopiku, V.P., Das, A., and Sullivan, A. (2004). “Birmingham Area Ramp Metering Study”. Proceedings of the 2004 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  47. Dillavou, M., Shih, A.M., Ramanip, P., Sisiopiku, V.P., Jones, S.L., and Sullivan, A. (2004). “Development of a High Performance 3-D Visualization Tool for CORSIM”. Proceedings of the 2004 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL.
  48. Sisiopiku, V.P., Tang, X., and Jones, S.L. (2004). “Using CORSIM for Emergency Response Planning”. Proceedings of the 2004 ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit, Lake Buena Vista, FL.
  49. Akin, D., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Eryilmaz, Y. (2004). “Integration of Urban Transit Modes for Creating a Sustainable Transportation System in Large Cities of Developing Countries”. Proceedings of the WCTR 2004 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
  50. Akin, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2004). “A Statistical Approach in Modeling Interactions between Pedestrians and Turning-Vehicles at Signalized Crosswalks”, Proceedings of the WCTR 2004 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
  51. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2004). “Regional Simulation Model for Emergency Preparedness”. Proceedings of the WCTR 2004 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
  52. Akin D., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Eryilmaz, Y. (2004). “Full Integration of Istanbul’s Metro System with Rubber-Tire Transit”. Proceedings of the WCTR 2004 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
  53. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Tang, X. (2004). “Access Management Techniques and Issues”. Proceedings of the Transport Chicago 2004 Conference, Chicago, IL.
  54. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2003). “The Role of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Addressing Homeland Security Challenges”, Proceedings of the 2003 Society of Women Engineers National Conference, Birmingham, AL.
  55. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2003). “Engineering Methods for Designing Safe Pedestrians Facilities”, Proceedings of the 15th Workshop of the International Cooperation on Theories and Concepts in Traffic Safety (ICTCT), Vancouver, Canada.
  56. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Jasti, S.P.S. (2003). “Addressing Security Issues in Public Transit”, Proceedings of the Transport Chicago 2003 Conference, Chicago, IL.
  57. Akin D. and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2002). “Estimating Origin-Destination Matrices Using Location Information from Mobile Phones”, Proceedings of the 49th Annual North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  58. Tao, R., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2002). “Characteristics of Driver Behavior in the Presence of Advanced Traveler Information Systems”, ASCE Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, Guilin, China.
  59. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Cruzado, I. (2002). “Safe Ways to School”, Proceedings of the Sustainable City II: Urban Regeneration and Sustainability Conference, Segovia, Spain.
  60. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2002). “Pedestrian Crossing Compliance: Estimation Methods and Behavioral Analysis”, Proceedings of the Transport Chicago 2002 Conference, Chicago, IL.
  61. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2001). “Implications of Cellular Telephony to Traffic Safety”, Proceedings of the XIV
  62. Workshop of the International Cooperation on Theories and Concepts in Traffic Safety (ICTCT), Caserta, Italy.
  63. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2001). “On-Street Parking on State Roads”, Proceedings of the 2001 ITE International Conference, Chicago, IL.
  64. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Papaioannou, P. (2000). “Recommended Actions for the Development of Safe Pedestrian and Bicycle-Friendly Communities”, Proceedings of the XIII Workshop of the International Cooperation on Theories and Concepts in Traffic Safety (ICTCT), Corfu, Greece, pp. 175-181.
  65. Akin D., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2000). “Estimating Spatial Crossing Compliance at Pedestrian Crosswalks”, Proceedings of the 70th ITE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN.
  66. Yang, Q., Sisiopiku, V.P., Arnold, J.A., Pisano, P., and Nelson, G. (2000). “Assessment of Rural ITS Wireless Communications Solutions”, Public Roads, Mar/Apr 2000, p. 46, Washington, D.C.
  67. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2000). “Creating Walkable Communities: The Michigan Example”, Proceedings of the 70th ITE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN.
  68. Tao, R., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2000). “A Comparison of Traffic Assignment Models for ITS Applications”, ASCE Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, Beijing, China, pp. 154-161.
  69. Akin, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P.   (2000). “Study of Pedestrians' Perceptions and Preferences”, Proceedings of the 2000 ITE International Conference, Irvine, CA.
  70. Yang, Q., Sisiopiku, V.P., Pisano P., and Arnold, J. (1999). “Assessment of Multiple Wireless Solutions for Rural Intelligent Transportation Systems Applications”, Proceedings of the Rural Advanced Technology and Transportation Systems International Conference, Flagstaff, AZ.
  71. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Yang, Q. (1998). “Communication Issues in Commercial Vehicle Operations”, Proceedings of the 31st International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation (ISATA), Dusseldorf, Germany, pp. 39-44.
  72. Sisiopiku, V.P. (1997). “Congestion Analysis of Southfield Freeway -- A Case Study”, Proceedings of the Traffic Congestion and Traffic Safety in the 21st Century ASCE Conference, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 556-562.
  73. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (1997). “Intermodalism Issues in the Freight Transportation Industry”, Proceedings of the 8th IFAC Symposium on Transportation Systems '97, Chania, Greece, pp. 247-252.
  74. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Abbasi, M. (1996). “Performance Assessment of FRESIM Model in Simulating Ramp Metering Schemes”, Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Minneapolis, Minnesota, pp. 116-120.
  75. Palacharla, P., Nelson, P.C., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1994). “Fuzzy Reasoning Model for Converting Loop Detector Data into Travel Times”. Proceedings of the 27th International Symposium on Advanced Transportation Applications, Aachen, Germany, pp. 373-380.

Technical Reports

  1. Sisiopiku, V.P., Sisiopiku, V.P., Sullivan, A. J., and Ramadan, O.E.M. (2017). Investigation of Merge Control Strategies at Freeway Bottlenecks, Regional Data Clearinghouse Activities, Transportation Data Center, Phase II, Final Report to the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham.
  2. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Ramadan, O. E. (2017). Evaluation of Traffic Control Options in Work Zones, Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  3. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2016). Empowering Girls in Science and Engineering, Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  4. Sisiopiku, V.P., Thompson, R.C., and Ramadan, O.E. (2016). UAB Commuter Survey, Final Report to the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham.
  5. Peters, R.W., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Amekudzi Kennedy, A. (2015). Development of Educational and Professional Training Modules on Green/ Sustainability Design and Rating Systems for Neighborhood Development and Transportation, Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  6. Sisiopiku, V.P., Haleem, K., Stavrinos, D., Islam, Md, Alluri, P., Sullivan, A., and Gan, A. (2015). Digital Advertising Billboards and Driver Distraction, Final Report to the National Center for Transportation System Productivity and Management (NCTSPM).
  7. Barmpoutis, A., Kondyli, A., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2015). Investigating the Effect of Drivers’ Body Motion on Traffic Safety, Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  8. McDonald, N., Steiner, R., Sisiopiku, V.P., Palmer, W.M., Lytle B., Tsai J., and Cook, T. (2015). Quantifying the Cost of School Transportation, Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  9. Barmpoutis, A., Yengera, G., Hosuri, S. R., Islam, M. M., Kondyli, A., Patil, S. S., Sisiopiku, V.P., Zhang, L., and Zhao, L. (2015). SHREC’15 Track: Driver’s Motion Depth Database. Digital Worlds Institute, Technical Report.
  10. Schwebel, D.C., Rodriguez, D., Sisiopiku, V.P., Combs, T., and Severson, J. (2015). Community-Based Pedestrian Safety Training in Virtual Reality: A Pragmatic Trial, Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  11. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2015). K-12 Workforce Development Activities, Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  12. Stavrinos, D., Ross, L., and Sisiopiku, V. (2014). A Naturalistic Driving Study across the Lifespan, Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  13. Schroeder, B., L. Elefteriadou, V. Sisiopiku, N. Rouphail, K. Salamati, E. Hunter, B. Phillips, T. Chase, Y. Zheng, and S. Mamidipalli (2014). Empirically-Based Performance Assessment and Simulation of Pedestrian Behavior at Unsignalized Crossings. Final Report to Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE) Project 2012-016S.
  14. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2014). Transportation Workforce Development. Final Report to the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE).
  15. Sullivan A., Sisiopiku V.P. and Kallem, B.R. (2013). Measuring Non-Recurrent Congestion in Alabama Cities, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  16. Sisiopiku, V.P., Imran, S., and Abro, A.M. (2012).  Impacts of Transit in a Complete-Streets Context, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  17. Anderson, M., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Lou Y. (2012).  Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance: Year 9, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  18. Cotten, S.R., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Hale, T. M. (2012).  “Ride Safe”- Reducing Motorcycle Traffic
  19. Accidents and Resulting Injuries by Examining How Information on Safety and Health is Shared in an Online Motorcycle Community, Final Report to the Center for the Study of Community Health.
  20. Hitchcock, W.A., Uddin N., Sisiopiku, V.P., Abu-Amra T., Kirby J., Zhao H., Toutanji, H.A., and Richardson J. (2012). Bridge Weigh-in-Motion (B-WIM) System Testing and Evaluation, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  21. Sisiopiku, V.P., Cavusoglu, O., Sullivan, A., Ruiz, N., Mouskos, K., and. Barrett, C. (2011). The Role of Transit in Safe Evacuation of the Special Need Populations in Emergencies and Disasters, UAB UTC Domain 2 Final Report, Part 5.
  22. Sisiopiku, V.P., Cavusoglu, O., Sullivan, A., Ruiz, N., and Mouskos, K. (2011). Evaluation of Incident and Emergency Management Options in the Birmingham Region, UAB UTC Domain 2 Final Report, Part 4.
  23. Anderson, M., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Lou, Y. (2011).  Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance: Year 8, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  24. Stavrinos, D., Fine, P., Franklin, C., Garner, A., Ball, K., Ball, D., Griffin, R., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2011).  Impact of Distracted Driving on Congestion, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  25. Sisiopiku, V.P., Barrett, C., Cavusoglu, O., and Sullivan, A. (2011). Development, Calibration, and Testing of the Birmingham Prototype Model, UAB UTC Domain 2 Final Report, Part 2.
  26. Sisiopiku, V.P., Sullivan, A., Fouad, F.H. (2010). Capacity Building, Education, and Technology Transfer, UAB UTC Domain 2 Final Report, Part 1.
  27. Sisiopiku, V.P. and Abro, A.M. (2010).  Evaluation of a Pedestrian Scramble at the Intersection of University Blvd and 14th Street South, Final Report to the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
  28. Sullivan A., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2010) Emergency Dispatchers’ Survey, UAB UTC Domain 2 Final Report, Part 3.
  29. Anderson, M., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Lou, Y. (2010).  Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance: Year 7, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  30. Sisiopiku, V.P., Sullivan, A., Abro, A.M., Shinouda, M., Mouskos, K., and Barrett, C. (2010). Development of a Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model to Evaluate Lane Reversal Plans for I-65, Final Report to the Alabama Department of Transportation and the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  31. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2010).  Pedestrian Study at University Blvd and 14th St S, Final Report to the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
  32. Sullivan, A., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Surhabi, S.R. (2009). Impacts of Signal System Timings on Rain Related Congestion, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  33. Anderson, M., Turner, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2009).  Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance: Year 6, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  34. Sisiopiku, V.P., Sullivan, A., Cavusoglu, O., Sikder, S., Mouskos, K., and Barrett, C. (2009). Managed
  35. Lanes: Current Status and Future Opportunities, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  36. Sisiopiku, V.P., Sullivan, A., Fadel, G., and Sikder, S. (2009). Implementing Active Traffic Management Strategies in the U.S., Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  37. Jones S.L., Turner, D., Wang, L, Sisiopiku, V.P., Anderson, M., Berryman R., and Acharya, A. (2009).  Traffic Signal Systems on Oversaturated Arterials, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  38. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2008). Enhancing Research and Training Opportunities in Transportation Engineering, Final Report to the Office of Associate Provost for Faculty Development and Faculty Affairs, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
  39. Sisiopiku, V.P. and Chemmannur, J. (2008). Study of the Impacts from One- to Two-Way Street Conversion, Final Report to the UAB ADVANCE Program of the Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering.
  40. Anderson, M., Turner, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2008).  Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance: Year 5, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  41. Fouad, F. H, Peters, R.W., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Sullivan, A.J. (2007). “Global Assessment of Hydrogen Technologies: Promoting a Southeast Hydrogen Consortium”. Report to the Department of Energy, Task 6.
  42. Fouad, F. H, Peters, R.W., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Sullivan, A.J. (2007). “Global Assessment of Hydrogen Technologies: Use of Fuel Cell Technology in Electric Power Generation”. Report to the Department of Energy, Task 5.
  43. Fouad, F. H, Peters, R.W., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Sullivan, A.J. (2007). “Global Assessment of Hydrogen Technologies: Economic, Energy, and Environmental Analysis of Hydrogen Production and Delivery
  44. Options in Select Alabama Markets: Preliminary Case Studies”. Report to the Department of Energy, Tasks 3 & 4.
  45. Fouad, F. H, Peters, R.W., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Sullivan, A.J. (2007). “Global Assessment of Hydrogen Technologies: Comparison of Performance and Emissions from Near-Term Hydrogen Fueled Light Duty Vehicles”. Report to the Department of Energy, Task 2.
  46. Sisiopiku, V.P., Rousseau, A., Fouad, F. H, Peters, R.W., and Sullivan, A.J. (2007). “Global Assessment
  47. of Hydrogen Technologies: Technology Evaluation of Hydrogen Light Duty Vehicles”. Report to the Department of Energy, Task 1.
  48. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2007). Transit Systems Security: Planning, Design, and Institutional Issues, Final Report to the UAB ADVANCE Program of the Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering.
  49. Sisiopiku, V.P., Abro, A.M., Mouskos, K., Parker, N., and Barrett, C. (2007). Dynamic Traffic Assignment Applications to Transit, Final Report to the Federal Transit Administration and the Urban Serving Universities Program.
  50. Sisiopiku, V.P., Li, X., Abro, A.M., and Peters, R.W. (2007).  Transportation Facilities Management under Emergencies, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  51. Anderson, M., Berryman, R., Jones, S.L., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2007).  Review of Urban Transit Systems in Alabama, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  52. Anderson, M., Turner, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2007).  Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance: Year 4, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  53.  Sisiopiku, V.P. (2006). Dynamic Traffic Assignment Options and Opportunities, Final Report to the UAB ADVANCE Program of the Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering.
  54. Sisiopiku, V.P., Waid J., Rizk, T., McLeod, R., and Robins, W. (2006). Alternate Financing Sources for Alabama Highways, Technical Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  55. Anderson, M., Turner, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2006).  Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance: Year 3, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  56. Jones, S.L, Sullivan, A.J., Shinde, S., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2006). Statewide Traffic Signal Design and Timing Manual, Technical Report to the Alabama Department of Transportation.
  57.  Sisiopiku, V.P. (2005). Design and Safety of Modern Roundabouts, Final Report to the UAB ADVANCE Program of the Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering.
  58.  Sisiopiku, V.P. (2005). Exploration of Advanced Technologies for Enhancing Pedestrian Safety, Final Report to the Graduate School, the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
  59. Sisiopiku, V.P., Das, A., and Sullivan, A. (2005). Applications of Freeway Ramp Metering in Alabama, Technical Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  60. Anderson, M., Turner, D., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2005).  Student Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance II, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  61. Sisiopiku, V.P., Jones, S., Sullivan, A., Patharkar, S., and Tang, X. (2004). Regional Traffic Simulation for Emergency Preparedness, Technical Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  62. Anderson, M., Lindley, J., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (2004).  Student Seminar and TRB Conference Attendance, Final Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  63. Sisiopiku, V.P. (2003). Access Management Training, Technical Report to the University Transportation Center for Alabama.
  64. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2002). Promoting Walkable Communities, Final Report to the Michigan Department of Community Health.
  65. Wilkerson, R. and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (2002). Building an Active Community Environment, Final Report to the Jackson Community Foundation.
  66. Sisiopiku, V.P., Elwart, J., and Zhang, X. (2001). Red Light Traffic Camera Technology, User Manual.
  67. Sisiopiku, V.P., Cruzado, I., and Morales, H. (2000). Parking on the State Trunkline System, Technical Report to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
  68. Lyles, R.W., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1999). An Evaluation of Speed Control Techniques in Work Zones, Technical Report to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
  69. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Akin, D. (1999). Grand River Avenue (M-43) Pedestrian Study, Technical Report to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
  70. Taylor, W.C., Sisiopiku, V.P., Abbasi, M., Saif, M., and Wang, Y. (1999) Evaluation of the ATMS Deployment in Southeastern Michigan.
  71. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Oh, H. (1998). Evaluation of the Use of Roundabouts, Technical Report to the Office of Research and Graduate Studies, Michigan State University.
  72. Lyles, R.W., Sisiopiku, V.P., Abbasi, M., Akin, D., Krunz, M., and Yang, Q. (1998). 1998 Work Zone Speed Study, Technical Report to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
  73. Aylsworth-Bonzelet, L., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (1998). The Operation and Design of Loons at Narrow Median Crossovers, Technical Report to the Great Lake Center for Truck and Transit Research.
  74. Lyles, R.W., Sisiopiku, V.P., Akin, D., Krunz, M., and Abbasi, M. (1997). Work Zone Speed Study, Technical Report to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
  75. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (1996). Congestion Analysis of Southfield Freeway, Technical Report to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
  76. Berka, S., Tarko, A., Rouphail, N.M., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Lee, D. (1995). Data Fusion Algorithm for ADVANCE Release 1.5, ADVANCE Working Paper Series #37 Report, Tasks TRF-DF-106 and TRF-DF-108.
  77. Sisiopiku, V.P., Rouphail, N.M., and Tarko, A. (1994). Estimating Travel Times on Freeway Segments, ADVANCE Working Paper Series #32 Report, Task TRF-DF-101.
  78. Michaels, R.M., Sisiopiku, V.P., and Sriraj, P.S. (1994). Baseline Performance Analysis of Chicago Transportation Authority (CTA) Bus Routes 3 and 79, Technical Report to the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, Cont. No. 45-6166.
  79. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Rouphail, N.M. (1994). Travel Time Estimation from Loop Detector Data for Advanced Traveler Information Systems Applications, Technical Report to the Illinois Department of Transportation in Support of the ADVANCE Project.
  80. Sisiopiku, V.P., Palacharla, P., and Nelson, P.C. (1994). Fuzzy Reasoning Model for Converting Loop Detector Data into Travel Times, ADVANCE Working Paper Series #38 Report.
  81. Sisiopiku, V.P.  (1993). Arterial Link Travel Time Estimation Based on Loop Detector Output, Technical Report to the Federal Highway Administration, No. FHWA/ DTFH61-92-P-40029.
  82. Rouphail, N., Tarko, A., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1993). Proposed Data Fusion for ADVANCE Release 1.5, ADVANCE Working Paper Series #30 Report.
  83. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Rouphail, N.M. (1993). Exploratory Analysis of the Correlations between Arterial Link Travel Times and Detector Data from Simulation and Field Studies, ADVANCE Working Paper Series #25 Report.
  84. Rouphail, N.M., and Sisiopiku, V.P. (1993). Travel Time and Loop Detector Output Analysis on Dundee Road Closed-Loop Signal System, ADVANCE Working Paper Series #24 Report.
  85. Sisiopiku, V.P., and Rouphail, N.M. (1993). Review of Alternative Procedures for Using Loop Detector Output to Estimate Arterial Link Travel Times, ADVANCE Working Paper Series #23 Report.
  86. Rouphail, N.M., Magnuson, M., and Sisiopiku, V.P.  (1991). Validation of 1985 HCM Procedures for Capacity and LOS of Left Turn Lanes in Illinois, Technical Report to the Illinois Department of Transportation, No. FHWA/IDOT/RC-012, Springfield.

Select Conference Presentations

  1. “Older Drivers’ Experiences with Autonomous Vehicle Technology”. Annual Road Safety & Simulation (RSS) Conference, Iowa City, IA, 2019, forthcoming.
  2. “UF & UAB’s Phase I Demonstration Study: Older Driver Experiences with Autonomous Vehicle Technology”, 2019 ADED Annual Conference, Lexington, KY, 2019, forthcoming.
  3. Establishing Face and Content Validity of a Survey to Assess Users’ Perceptions of Automated Vehicles. Automated Vehicles Symposium, Orlando, FL, July, 2019.
  4. “UF & UAB’s Phase I Demonstration Study: Older Driver Experiences with Autonomous Vehicle Technology. Automated Vehicles Symposium, Orlando, FL, July, 2019.
  5. “Mobility Patterns and Mode Preferences Of Birmingham Travelers”, 2019 SDITE/MCDITE Joint Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, 2019
  6. “Traffic Congestion: Needs, Opportunities, and UAB Research Contributions”, Invited presentation, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, 2019.
  7. “Performance Evaluation of Late Merge Work Zone Control”, TRB 98th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2019. TRB 98th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2019.
  8. “A Systematic Approach for Quantification of the Impact of Transportation Investments on Congestion Mitigation, TRB 98th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2019.
  9. “A Method to Synthesize TNC-Aware Population Microdata Sample”, TRB 98th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2019.
  10. “Effect of Early Merge Lane Closures at Interstate Work Zones”, TRB 98th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2019.
  11. “A Methodological Framework for Estimating Transportation System Performance Measurements using Connected Vehicle Data”, 6th Annual UTC for the Southeastern Region, Clemson, SC., 2018.
  12. “Investigating the Impact of Lane Closure Control on Work Zone Mobility”, 6th Annual UTC for the Southeastern Region, Clemson, SC, 2018
  13. “Using Connected Vehicle Data for Transportation Performance Measurement”, ITS5C Summit, Jacksonville, FL, 2018
  14. “Understanding Women’s Needs as Determinants of Mode Choice: A Case Study of the University of Alabama at Birmingham”, Forthcoming, TRB 97th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2018.
  15. “Evaluation of Recurrent and Non-recurrent Congestion in the Birmingham Region”, 2017 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Birmingham, AL, 2017.
  16. “Understanding the Relations between Traffic Flow and Performance at Work Zones”, 2017 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Birmingham, AL, 2017.
  17. “Data Sources and Measures for Transportation Performance Management”, 2017 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Birmingham, AL, 2017.
  18. “Comparative Analysis of Simulation Tools Used for Shared Mobility Modeling”, 2017 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Birmingham, AL, 2017.
  19. “Congestion Monitoring in the Birmingham Region”. 2017 Gulf Region Intelligent Transportation Society (GRITS) Annual Meeting, Florence, AL, 2017.
  20. “Requirements, Benefits and Challenges Associated with Deployment of Connected Vehicles”. 2017 Gulf Region Intelligent Transportation Society (GRITS) Annual Meeting, Florence, AL, 2017.
  21. “Evaluation of Traffic Control Options in Work Zones”, STRIDE 2017 Webinar Series: Transforming Research into Practice, Gainesville, FL, 2017
  22. “Travel Patterns and Preferences of Urban University Students”, 7th Annual International Conference on Urban Studies & Planning, Athens, Greece, 2017
  23. “Understanding Travel Behavior and Mode Choice of Urban University Campus Employees”, 58th Annual Meeting, Transportation Research Forum, Chicago, IL, 2017
  24. “Performance Measurement using the National Performance Management Research Data Set”, 2017 Annual Meeting of ALSITE, Columbia, South Carolina, 2017
  25. “Performance Based Work Zone Scheduling in Central Alabama,” 2017 Annual Meeting of ALSITE, Columbia, South Carolina, 2017, Best Member Technical Paper Award Runner-up.
  26. “Analysis of Student Travel Patterns and Transportation Choices within a University Campus Setting”, Active Living Research Conference 2017, Clearwater Beach, FL, 2017
  27. “Digital Billboards and Traffic Safety Risks”, 96th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2017.
  28. “Active Transportation Initiatives”, Gulf States Health Policy Center (GSHPC) - Birmingham Coalition Meeting, Birmingham, AL, 2016.
  29. “Time-of-day Visibility-based Pedestrian Gap Acceptance Model for Two-way Stop Controlled Crossings”, World Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering, Architecture, Urban Planning Symposium – WMCAUS, Prague, 2016.
  30. “Impact of Bottleneck Merge Control Strategies on Freeway Level of Service”, International Symposium on Enhancing Highway Performance (ISEHP), Berlin, Germany, 2016.
  31. “Analysis of Employee Commuting Patterns at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Campus”, 2016 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Knoxville, TN, 2016.
  32. “Green/Sustainability Design and Rating Systems: Development of an Educational Module”, 2016 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Knoxville, TN, 2016.
  33. “Analysis of Crash Causes, Costs, and Countermeasures in Alabama Work Zones”, 2015 Road Safety and Simulation International Conference, Orlando, FL, 2015.
  34. “Introducing Sustainability Design and Assessment Methods into the Civil Engineering Curriculum”, 122nd Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), Seattle, WA, 2015.
  35. “Merge Control Strategies at Interstate Work Zones: Review of Practice”, 2015 Southern District ITE Annual Meeting, Biloxi, MS, 2015.
  36. “Modeling Pedestrian Gap Acceptance at Mid-block Crossings in the Southeast”, 2015 Southern District ITE Annual Meeting, Biloxi, MS, 2015.
  37. “Investigating Safety Aspects of Digital Advertising Billboards in the Southeastern Region”, 2015 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Birmingham, AL, 2015.
  38. “Comparison of Freight Demand Forecasting Models”, 2015 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Birmingham, AL, 2015.
  39. “Visibility Sensitive Pedestrian Gap Acceptance Models for Two Way Stop Controlled Sections”, 2015 UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Birmingham, AL, 2015.
  40. “Comparison between Trip-Based and Tour-Based Truck Travel Demand Forecasting Models in Birmingham, AL”, 56th Annual Transportation Research Forum, Atlanta, GA, 2015.
  41. “Transportation Research at UAB”, ALSITE Meeting, Montevallo, AL, 2015.
  42. “Investigation of Potential Relationship between Crash Occurrence and Presence of Digital Advertising Billboards in Alabama and Florida”, 94th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2015.
  43. “A Probit-based Pedestrian Gap Acceptance Model for Mid-Block Crossing Locations”, 94th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2015.
  44. “Perceived and Real Impacts of Digital Advertising Billboards on Driving Performance”, 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2014), Kraków, Poland, 2014.
  45. “Use of GIS Spatial Analysis to Identify Food Deserts in the State of Alabama”, 4th Annual International Conference on Urban Studies and Planning, Athens, Greece, 2014.
  46. “Traffic Safety Impacts of Digital Roadside Advertising in Alabama and Florida”, 2nd Annual University Transportation Center (UTC) Conference for the Southeastern Region, Atlanta, GA, 2014.
  47. “Modeling Pedestrian Gap Acceptance Behavior at Mid-Block Locations”, 2nd Annual University Transportation Center (UTC) Conference for the Southeastern Region, Atlanta, GA, 2014.
  48. “STRIDE K-12 Transportation Workforce Development - A Collaborative Effort”, 2nd Annual University Transportation Center (UTC) Conference for the Southeastern Region, Atlanta, GA, 2014.
  49. “Validation of a Data Acquisition Device in the Senior and Adolescent Naturalistic Driving Study (SANDS)”, 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2014.
  50. “Sustainability Design and Rating Systems for Transportation: A Synthesis of Practice”. 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2014.
  51. “Roadside Advertising and Traffic Safety”, 3rd Annual International Conference on Civil Engineering, Athens, Greece, 2013.
  52. Modeling Pedestrian Behavior at Crossing Locations”, SDITE 2013 Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 2013.
  53. “Impacts of Transit Integration in a Complete Streets Context”, SDITE 2013 Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, 2013.
  54. Impacts of Digital Advertising Billboards on Traffic Safety”, UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Orlando, FL, 2013.
  55. “UAB Transportation Engineering Workforce Development Programs”, UTC Conference for the Southeastern Region, Orlando, FL, 2013.
  56. “Roadside Advertising and Traffic Safety”, CATSS-UTC Symposium, Orlando, FL, 2013.
  57. Pedestrian Scramble: Feasibility Analysis”. AlaSim 2012 Conference, Huntsville, AL, 2012.
  58. Traffic Micro-Simulation Modeling for an Urban Chemical Disaster”. AlaSim 2012 Conference, Huntsville, AL, 2012.
  59. Motorcycle Safety in the State of Alabama”. SDITE/GLDITE Joint Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY, 2012.
  60. Screening Candidate Corridors for Managed Lane Implementation: Methodology and Findings from an Alabama Case Study”. SDITE/GLDITE Joint Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY, 2012.
  61. “Application of Transit Oriented Development in a Small Community”. SDITE/GLDITE Joint Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY, 2012.
  62. “Transit Evacuation of Carless Populations due to Flooding - A Birmingham, Alabama Case Study”. 2012 National Evacuation Conference, New Orleans, LA, 2012.
  63. “The Relationship of Internet Safety Information Seeking on Risky Riding Behavior and Use of Protective Gear among an Online Motorcycle Community”, 91st Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2012.
  64. “Quantifying the Costs of School Transportation: Identifying Cost Items”, 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January, 2013.
  65. “Green Design and Rating Systems for Neighborhood Development”, 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January, 2013.
  66. “Establishing the Connection between Livable Community Assets and Public Health”, 10th International Conference on Health Economics, Management and Policy, Athens, Greece, 2011.
  67. “Emergency Response and Traffic Congestion:  The Dispatchers Perspective”, Conference on Disaster Management and Human Health: Reducing Risk, Improving Outcomes, Orlando, FL, 2011.
  68. “Assessment of a University Campus Intersection from the Pedestrian Perspective”, SDITE 2011 Annual Meeting, Lafayette, LA, 2011.
  69. “Can Vehicle Mileage Travelled Fee Replace Traditional Gas Tax?” 52nd Annual Transportation Research Forum, Long Beach, CA, 2011.
  70. “Modeling Incidents and Emergencies in the Birmingham Area Using VISTA”, Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting, ANB10 (4) – TRB Subcommittee on Emergency Evacuation, Washington, D.C., 2011.
  71. “A Holistic Approach to Incident Management”, Invited presentation to the INFORMS 2010 Southern Regional Conference, Huntsville, AL, 2010.
  72. “High Occupancy Vehicle Lane Performance Assessment through Operational, Environmental Impacts, and Cost-Benefit Analyses”, EAIA 2010 Conference, Orlando, FL, 2010.
  73. “Conversion of One- to Two-Way Streets in Birmingham Downtown: A Feasibility Study”, 2010 SimAUD Conference, Orlando, FL, 2010.
  74. “Contra Flow Operations for Hurricane Evacuation: Lessons Learned from an Alabama Case Study”, National Evacuation Conference, New Orleans, LA, 2010.
  75. “Emergency Response and Traffic Congestion: Dispatchers’ Perspectives”, National Evacuation Conference, New Orleans, LA, 2010.
  76. “Analysis of Impacts from Temporary Left- and Right- Shoulder Lane Use as an Active Traffic Management Strategy”, 2009 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL, 2009.
  77. “Feasibility of Street Conversions in the Birmingham City Center”, 2009 SDITE Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, 2009.
  78. “Active Traffic Management Options”, 2009 SDITE Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, 2009.
  79. “Active Traffic Management Opportunities and Challenges for Implementation”, 2009 ITE Technical Conference and Exhibit, Phoenix, AZ, 2009.
  80. “Traffic Management Strategies for Hurricane Evacuations in the Southeastern United States”, 2008 TSITE/ALSITE Joint Fall Meeting, Chattanooga, TN, 2008.
  81. “Operational Impacts from Managed Lanes Implementation in Birmingham”, 2008 ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit, Anaheim, CA, 2008.
  82. “Modeling Traffic Incidents in VISTA”. Traffic Simulation Workshop, Graz, Austria, 2008.
  83. “Lane Reversal Operations for Hurricane Evacuations”, 10th International Conference on Application of Advanced Technologies in Transportation (AATT), Athens, GR, 2008.
  84. “The U.S. Experience with New Generation Weigh-In-Motion Systems”, 10th International Conference on Application of Advanced Technologies in Transportation (AATT), Athens, GR, 2008.
  85. “Evaluation of Transit Operations Using a Regional Dynamic Traffic Assignment and Simulation Approach”, 10th International Conference on Application of Advanced Technologies in Transportation (AATT), Athens, GR, 2008.
  86. Downtown Birmingham One- to Two-Way Street Conversion Pilot Study”, Transport Chicago 2008 Conference, Chicago, IL, 2008.
  87. Modeling of Oversaturated Conditions on Arterial Networks”, Transport Chicago 2008 Conference, Chicago, IL, 2008.
  88. Development of a Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model to Evaluate Lane Reversal Plans for Hurricane Evacuations on I-65”. 2008 SDITE Annual Meeting, Charleston, S.C., 2008.
  89. “Conversion of One-way Street Pairs to Two-way Operations in Downtown Birmingham”. 2008 SDITE Annual Meeting, Charleston, S.C., 2008.
  90. “The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Engineering Projects”, ALSITE Spring 2008 Meeting, Birmingham, AL, 2008.
  91. Implementation of Managed Lanes in Birmingham, Alabama”. 2007 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL, 2007.
  92. “Emissions Associated with Various Driving Cycles for Light-Duty Vehicles”, 2007 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL, 2007.
  93. Comparison of Traffic Simulation Delay to Actual Delay”. 2007 Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL, 2007.
  94. “Bridge Weigh-in-Motion Application in Alabama”, Research Issues in Freight Transportation Conference, Washington, D.C., 2007.
  95. “Traditional and Innovative Approaches for Financing Highways”, 66th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Huntsville, AL, 2007.
  96. “Transit System Operations under Emergency Conditions”. Transport Chicago 2007 Conference, Chicago, IL, 2007.
  97. “Implementation of Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual Procedures for Transit Systems Evaluation in Alabama”. Transport Chicago 2007 Conference, Chicago, IL, 2007.
  98. “Dynamic Traffic Assignment and the VISTA Model”. Alabama Chapter of the American Planning Associations (APA) Annual Conference, Auburn, AL, 2007.
  99. “New Technologies for Engineering Tomorrow’s Transportation Infrastructure”, Society of Women Engineers 2007 Region D Conference, Tuscaloosa, AL, 2007.
  100. “Level of Service Methodologies for Sidewalk Assessment”, Alabama Section Institute of Transportation Engineers Spring Meeting, Montgomery, AL, 2007.
  101. “The Potential of Vehicle Mileage Road User Fee as Alternate Financing Option for State Highways”, 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2007.
  102. “Pedestrian Crossing Compliance Characteristics At-grade Signalized Crosswalks: Case study in a Downtown-university Campus Environment”, 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2007.
  103. “Application of Level of Service Methods for the Evaluation of Operations at Pedestrian Facilities”, 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2007.
  104. “Alternate Financing Sources for Alabama Highways: The Heavy-Truck Road User Fee”, 86th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2007.
  105. “Transit Operations in Birmingham, Alabama and the Potential Impact of Signal Priority Implementation”, UTCA Research Symposium, Tuscaloosa, AL, 2006.
  106. “Development of a Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model to Evaluate Lane Reversal Plans for I-65”, UTCA Research Symposium, Tuscaloosa, AL, 2006. 
  107. “Assessment of Transit Operations in Birmingham, Alabama”. Huntsville Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL, 2006.
  108. “Available Options for Financing Highways”, Institute of Transportation Engineers, Alabama and Deep South Section Annual Meeting 2006, Gulf Shores, AL, 2006.
  109. Dynamic Traffic Assignment Applications for Incident Management”. 1st International Symposium of Freeway and Tollway Operations, Athens, Greece, 2006.
  110. Analysis of Benefits and Costs from Ramp Metering Implementation”. 1st International Symposium of Freeway and Tollway Operations, Athens, Greece, 2006.
  111. “Overview of Dynamic Traffic Assignment Options”, Transportation Simulation Symposium, Spring Simulation Multiconference 2006, Huntsville, AL, 2006.
  112. Comparison of Level of Service Methodologies for Pedestrian Sidewalks”, 85th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2006.
  113. An Assessment of Vehicular Energy Use by Hydrogen and Gasoline Powertrains for a Mid-Size Passenger Car”, 85th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2006.
  114. “Comparative Analysis of Roundabouts and Conventional Intersection Designs”, 82nd Annual Meeting of the Alabama Academy of Science, Birmingham, AL, 2005.
  115. “Advanced Technology Options for Enhancing Pedestrian Safety”, 53rd Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers District 5, Savannah, GA, 2005.
  116. “Modern Roundabouts: Design and Safety Considerations”, 2005 ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit, Las Vegas, NV, 2005.
  117. “Assessment of Ramp Metering Strategies”, 2nd Annual UTCA Transportation Research Symposium, Birmingham, AL, 2004.
  118. Integration of Urban Transit Modes for Creating a Sustainable Transportation System in Large Cities of Developing Countries”. WCTR 2004 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 2004.
  119. A Statistical Approach in Modeling Interactions between Pedestrians and Turning-Vehicles at Signalized Crosswalks”, WCTR 2004 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 2004.
  120. “Regional Simulation Model for Emergency Preparedness”. WCTR 2004 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 2004.
  121. “Access Management Techniques and Issues”. Transport Chicago 2004 Conference, Chicago, IL,   2004.
  122. “Traffic Simulation Modeling for Emergency Preparedness Planning”, 2004 ITS Safety and Security Conference, Miami, FL, 2004.
  123. “Intelligent Transportation Systems Applications for Increased Pedestrian Safety”, 2004 ITS Safety and Security Conference, Miami, FL, 2004.
  124. “Access Management Training”, 1st Annual UTCA Transportation Research Symposium, Birmingham, AL, 2003.
  125. “The Role of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Addressing Homeland Security Challenges”, 2003 Society of Women Engineers National Conference, Birmingham, AL, 2003.
  126. Engineering Methods for Designing Safe Pedestrians Facilities”, 15th Workshop of the International Cooperation on Theories and Concepts in Traffic Safety (ICTCT), Vancouver, Canada, 2003.
  127. “Estimating Origin-Destination Matrices Using Location Data from Cell Phones”, 49th Annual North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International, San Juan, PR, 2002.
  128. “Pedestrian Level of Service and Quality of Operations Assessment Methods”, 81st Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2002.
  129. “On-Street Parking on State Roads”, ITE International Conference, Chicago, IL, 2001.
  130. “Application of Intelligent Transportation Systems for Winter Maintenance”, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2001.
  131. “A Modified ALINEA Ramp Metering Model”, 80th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2001.
  132. “Assessment of Rural ITS Wireless Communications Solutions”, 80th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2001.
  133. “Estimating Crossing Compliance at Pedestrian Crosswalks”, 70th ITE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, 2000.
  134. “Creating Walkable Communities: The Michigan Example”, 70th ITE Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, 2000.
  135. “Study of Pedestrians' Perceptions and Preferences”, 2000 ITE International Conference, Irvine, CA, 2000.
  136. “Study of the Impact of Police Enforcement on Motorists Speeds”, 78th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 1999.
  137. “Assessment of Advanced Rural Transportation Systems Wireless Communications Requirements”, 6th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Toronto, Canada, 1999.
  138. “Analysis of Adaptive Signal Control Strategies in Urban Corridors”, 6th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Toronto, Canada, 1999.
  139. “Review and Evaluation of Incident Detection Methods”, 5th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, Seoul, Korea, 1998.
  140. “Communication Issues in Commercial Vehicle Operations”, 31st International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation (ISATA), Dusseldorf, Germany, 1998.
  141. “Congestion Analysis of Southfield Freeway -- A Case Study”, Traffic Congestion and Traffic Safety in the 21st Century ASCE Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 1997.
  142. “Intermodalism Issues in the Freight Transportation Industry”, 8th IFAC Symposium on Transportation Systems '97, Chania, Greece, 1997.
  143. “School Bus Safety at Railroad Crossings”, 1996 Michigan Traffic Safety Summit, Lansing, Michigan, 1996.
  144. “Performance Assessment of FRESIM Model in Simulating Ramp Metering Schemes”, 66th Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1996.
  145. “Intelligent Transportation Systems Initiatives for Commercial Vehicle Safety Enhancement in the U.S.A.”, 29th International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation, Florence, Italy, 1996.
  146. “Analysis of the Correlation between Arterial Travel Time and Detector Data from Simulation and Field Studies”, 74th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 1995.
  147. “Towards the Use of Detector Output for Arterial Link Travel Time Estimation: A Literature Review”, 74th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 1995.