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Salah Uddin Momtaz

Salah Uddin Momtaz
Cambridge Systematic Inc. · Travel Demand Forecasting

Doctor of Philosophy

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Education
August 2015 - December 2018
University of Central Florida
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering
January 2014 - July 2015
University of South Alabama
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering
March 2004 - March 2009

Publications

Publications (5)
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A major hurdle in freight demand modeling has always been the lack of adequate data on freight movements for different industry sectors for planning applications. Both Freight Analysis Framework (FAF) and Transearch (TS) databases contain annualized commodity flow data. However, the representation of commodity flow in the two databases are inherent...
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The current study contributes to safety literature both methodologically and empirically by developing a macro-level multivariate copula-based crash frequency model for crash counts. The multivariate model accommodates for the impact of observed and unobserved effects on zonal level crash counts of different road user groups including car, light tr...
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A variety of word messages are used in highways in different forms to inform drivers of traffic safety information or to influence positively drivers' behavior. These include direct word messages for a particular event (such as road work) or general safety messages that warn drivers of risky driving behaviors (such as distracted driving and speedin...
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Nearly 40-50% of crashes involving drowsy driving result in occupants' fatalities or injuries in the United States. Furthermore, such crashes have been underreported, due to deficiencies in the law enforcement's crash reporting forms and the difficulty of attributing crashes to drowsy driving with lack of drivers' information. Thus, it is important...
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This research represents a random parameter binary logit model exploring factors behind the car purchase decision of the household in Dhaka city who never had a car before. Results show the effects of different variables related to cost, safety, and transit (bus) availability on the stated car purchase decision. Major conclusion from the model is t...

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