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Nawaf Alnawmasi
Nawaf Alnawmasi
Assistant professor at Civil engineering department, University of Hail
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A statistical assessment of temporal instability in the factors determining motorcyclist injury severities
N Alnawmasi, F Mannering
Analytic methods in accident research 22, 100090, 2019
1912019
Unobserved heterogeneity and temporal instability in the analysis of work-zone crash-injury severities
M Islam, N Alnawmasi, F Mannering
Analytic methods in accident research 28, 100130, 2020
1232020
The impact of higher speed limits on the frequency and severity of freeway crashes: Accounting for temporal shifts and unobserved heterogeneity
N Alnawmasi, F Mannering
Analytic methods in accident research 34, 100205, 2022
642022
A temporal assessment of distracted driving injury severities using alternate unobserved-heterogeneity modeling approaches
N Alnawmasi, F Mannering
Analytic methods in accident research 34, 100216, 2022
352022
The effect of higher speed limits on crash-injury severity rates: A correlated random parameters bivariate tobit approach
SS Ahmed, N Alnawmasi, PC Anastasopoulos, F Mannering
Analytic methods in accident research 34, 100213, 2022
172022
An analysis of day and night bicyclist injury severities in vehicle/bicycle crashes: A comparison of unconstrained and partially constrained temporal modeling approaches
N Alnawmasi, F Mannering
Analytic methods in accident research 40, 100301, 2023
162023
Exploring temporal instability effects on bicyclist injury severities determinants for intersection and non-intersection-related crashes
N Alnawmasi, Y Ali, S Yasmin
Accident Analysis & Prevention 194, 107339, 2024
52024
A multi-year statistical analysis of driver injury severities in single-vehicle freeway crashes with and without airbags deployed
R Dzinyela, N Alnawmasi, EK Adanu, B Dadashova, D Lord, F Mannering
Analytic Methods in Accident Research 41, 100317, 2024
42024
Emerging Econometric and Data Collection Methods for Capturing Attitudinal and Social Factors in Activity, Travel Behavior and Safety Modeling
F Mannering, M Maness, A Pinjari, Y Zhang, N Alnawmasi, S Balusu, ...
Center for Teaching Old Models New Tricks (TOMNET), 2019
32019
Exploring contributing factors to improper driving actions in single-vehicle work zone crashes: a mixed logit analysis considering heterogeneity in means and variances, and …
R Rangaswamy, N Alnawmasi, Z Wang, PS Lin
Journal of Transportation Safety & Security, 1-30, 2023
12023
Safety Effects of Raising Speed Limits to 75 mph and Higher
K Dixon, K Fitzpatrick, D Lord, CS Dobrovolny, R Avelar, B Dadashova, ...
NCHRP Web-Only Document, 2022
12022
Analysis of injury severity of work zone crashes on rural and urban work zones: Accounting for out-of-sample prediction and temporal instability
R Rangaswamy, N Alnawmasi, Y Zhang
Accident Analysis & Prevention 203, 107641, 2024
2024
Guide to Understanding Effects of Raising Speed Limits
K Dixon, K Fitzpatrick, D Lord, CS Dobrovolny, R Avelar, B Dadashova, ...
NCHRP Research Report, 2022
2022
An Exploration of Contemporary Issues in Highway Safety, Evolving Transportation Alternatives, and Activity and Travel Behavior Modeling
M Maness, F Mannering, AR Pinjari, Y Zhang, N Alnawmasi, N Barbour, ...
Center for Teaching Old Models New Tricks (TOMNET), 2020
2020
A Statistical Assessment of Contemporary Issues in Accident Analysis: Motorcyclist Injury Severities and Accident Risk, and the Effects of Speed Limit Increases
N Alnawmasi
University of South Florida, 2020
2020
Analyzing Fatal Crash Patterns of Recidivist Drivers Across Genders and Age Groups: A Hazard-Based Duration Approach
EK Adanu, R Dzinyela, H Gupta, P Koirala, N Alnawmasi, S Das
Richard and Gupta, Hardik and Koirala, Pranik and Alnawmasi, Nawaf and Das …, 0
An Analysis of Pedestrian Injury Severities in Traffic Crashes: A Comparison of Unconstrained and Partially Constrained Temporal Modeling Approaches
R Dzinyela, M Jafari, S Das, TH Shimu, N Alnawmasi, D Lord
Available at SSRN 4726586, 0
Prevailing Driving Distraction Among Pakistani Drivers and its Impact on Traffic Flow and Safety-Improved Car-Following and Lane-Changing Models
M Hussain, J Shi, M Baikejuli, N Alnawmasi, E Hussain, S Glaser, N Ali
Available at SSRN 4606334, 0
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