Md. Mazharul (Shimul) Haque
Md. Mazharul (Shimul) Haque
Professor of Transportation Engineering, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
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Severity of driver injury and vehicle damage in traffic crashes at intersections: a Bayesian hierarchical analysis
H Huang, HC Chin, MM Haque
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (1), 45-54, 2008
3242008
A methodological framework for benchmarking smart transport cities
AK Debnath, HC Chin, MM Haque, B Yuen
Cities 37, 47-56, 2014
2202014
Understanding the impacts of mobile phone distraction on driving performance: A systematic review
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, MM Haque, M King, S Washington
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 72, 360-380, 2016
1652016
Modeling fault among motorcyclists involved in crashes
MM Haque, HC Chin, H Huang
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (2), 327-335, 2009
1402009
A parametric duration model of the reaction times of drivers distracted by mobile phone conversations
MM Haque, S Washington
Accident Analysis & Prevention 62, 42-53, 2014
1362014
Sustainable, safe, smart—three key elements of Singapore’s evolving transport policies
MM Haque, HC Chin, AK Debnath
Transport Policy 27, 20-31, 2013
1362013
Empirical evaluation of alternative approaches in identifying crash hot spots
H Huang, HC Chin, M Haque
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2009
1342009
Applying Bayesian hierarchical models to examine motorcycle crashes at signalized intersections
MM Haque, HC Chin, H Huang
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (1), 203-212, 2010
1302010
The impact of mobile phone distraction on the braking behaviour of young drivers: a hazard-based duration model
MM Haque, S Washington
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 50, 13-27, 2015
1252015
Impact of mobile phone use on car-following behaviour of young drivers
M Saifuzzaman, MM Haque, Z Zheng, S Washington
Accident Analysis & Prevention 82, 10-19, 2015
1072015
Effects of road infrastructure and traffic complexity in speed adaptation behaviour of distracted drivers
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, MM Haque, M King, S Washington
Accident Analysis & Prevention 101, 67-77, 2017
1002017
An investigation on multi-vehicle motorcycle crashes using log-linear models
MM Haque, HC Chin, AK Debnath
Safety science 50 (2), 352-362, 2012
972012
Risk factors of mobile phone use while driving in Queensland: Prevalence, attitudes, crash risk perception, and task-management strategies
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, M King, MM Haque, S Washington
PLoS one 12 (9), e0183361, 2017
812017
Revisiting the Task–Capability Interface model for incorporating human factors into car-following models
M Saifuzzaman, Z Zheng, MM Haque, S Washington
Transportation research part B: methodological 82, 1-19, 2015
792015
Applying quantile regression for modeling equivalent property damage only crashes to identify accident blackspots
S Washington, MM Haque, J Oh, D Lee
Accident Analysis & Prevention 66, 136-146, 2014
702014
Driving behaviour while self-regulating mobile phone interactions: A human-machine system approach
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, MM Haque, M King, S Demmel
Accident Analysis & Prevention 118, 253-262, 2018
652018
Injury severity of motorcycle riders involved in traffic crashes in Hunan, China: a mixed ordered logit approach
F Chang, M Li, P Xu, H Zhou, M Haque, H Huang
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (7), 714, 2016
552016
Investigation of pedestrian crashes on two-way two-lane rural roads in Ethiopia
GS Tulu, S Washington, MM Haque, MJ King
Accident Analysis & Prevention 78, 118-126, 2015
522015
A game theory-based approach for modelling mandatory lane-changing behaviour in a connected environment
Y Ali, Z Zheng, MM Haque, M Wang
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 106, 220-242, 2019
502019
A comparison between simulated and field-measured conflicts for safety assessment of signalized intersections in Australia
Y Guo, M Essa, T Sayed, MM Haque, S Washington
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 101, 96-110, 2019
502019
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