Venkataraman (Venky) Shankar
Venkataraman (Venky) Shankar
Professor and Chair, Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering, Texas Tech University
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Effect of roadway geometrics and environmental factors on rural freeway accident frequencies
V Shankar, F Mannering, W Barfield
Accident Analysis & Prevention 27 (3), 371-389, 1995
Highway accident severities and the mixed logit model: an exploratory empirical analysis
JC Milton, VN Shankar, FL Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (1), 260-266, 2008
Unobserved heterogeneity and the statistical analysis of highway accident data
FL Mannering, V Shankar, CR Bhat
Analytic methods in accident research 11, 1-16, 2016
Modeling accident frequencies as zero-altered probability processes: an empirical inquiry
V Shankar, J Milton, F Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 29 (6), 829-837, 1997
An exploratory multinomial logit analysis of single-vehicle motorcycle accident severity
V Shankar, F Mannering
Journal of safety research 27 (3), 183-194, 1996
Differences in rural and urban driver-injury severities in accidents involving large-trucks: an exploratory analysis
A Khorashadi, D Niemeier, V Shankar, F Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 37 (5), 910-921, 2005
Statistical analysis of accident severity on rural freeways
V Shankar, F Mannering, W Barfield
Accident Analysis & Prevention 28 (3), 391-401, 1996
Age and pedestrian injury severity in motor-vehicle crashes: A heteroskedastic logit analysis
JK Kim, GF Ulfarsson, VN Shankar, S Kim
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (5), 1695-1702, 2008
Evaluating median crossover likelihoods with clustered accident counts: An empirical inquiry using the random effects negative binomial model
VN Shankar, RB Albin, JC Milton, FL Mannering
Transportation Research Record 1635 (1), 44-48, 1998
A note on modeling pedestrian-injury severity in motor-vehicle crashes with the mixed logit model
JK Kim, GF Ulfarsson, VN Shankar, FL Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (6), 1751-1758, 2010
Driver-injury severity in single-vehicle crashes in California: a mixed logit analysis of heterogeneity due to age and gender
JK Kim, GF Ulfarsson, S Kim, VN Shankar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 1073-1081, 2013
A study of factors affecting highway accident rates using the random-parameters tobit model
PC Anastasopoulos, FL Mannering, VN Shankar, JE Haddock
Accident Analysis & Prevention 45, 628-633, 2012
Bivariate ordered-response probit model of driver’s and passenger’s injury severities in collisions with fixed objects
T Yamamoto, VN Shankar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 36 (5), 869-876, 2004
A multivariate tobit analysis of highway accident-injury-severity rates
PC Anastasopoulos, VN Shankar, JE Haddock, FL Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 45, 110-119, 2012
The crash severity impacts of fixed roadside objects
JM Holdridge, VN Shankar, GF Ulfarsson
Journal of Safety Research 36 (2), 139-147, 2005
Underreporting in traffic accident data, bias in parameters and the structure of injury severity models
T Yamamoto, J Hashiji, VN Shankar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (4), 1320-1329, 2008
Modeling crashes involving pedestrians and motorized traffic
VN Shankar, GF Ulfarsson, RM Pendyala, MLB Nebergall
Safety Science 41 (7), 627-640, 2003
Random parameter models of interstate crash frequencies by severity, number of vehicles involved, collision and location type
N Venkataraman, GF Ulfarsson, VN Shankar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 59, 309-318, 2013
Occupant injury severities in hybrid-vehicle involved crashes: A random parameters approach with heterogeneity in means and variances
P Seraneeprakarn, S Huang, V Shankar, F Mannering, N Venkataraman, ...
Analytic Methods in Accident Research 15, 41-55, 2017
Model of relationship between interstate crash occurrence and geometrics: exploratory insights from random parameter negative binomial approach
NS Venkataraman, GF Ulfarsson, V Shankar, J Oh, M Park
Transportation Research Record 2236 (1), 41-48, 2011
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