SafeTREC research in progress
Explore our current research projects on exposure modeling.
This project aims to develop one of the first statewide pedestrian exposure models for the California State Highway System. This model was estimated within a direct demand modeling framework. Learn more.
Research Team: Julia B. Griswold, Aditya Medury, Robert J. Schneider, Dave Amos and Offer Grembek.
Count expansion methods are a useful tool for creating long-term pedestrian or cyclist volume estimates from short-term counts for safety analysis or planning purposes. Expansion factors can be developed based on the trends from automated counters set up for long periods of time. Evidence has shown that the activity patterns can vary between sites so that there is potential to create more accurate estimates by grouping similar long-term count trends into factor groups. Learn more.
Research Team: Julia B. Griswold, Aditya Medury, Louis Huang, Robert J. Schneider and Offer Grembek.