Mohammed Hadi

Affiliations: 
Civil Engineering Florida International University, Miami, FL, United States 
Area:
General Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering
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Shabanian S, Hadi M. (2014) Capacity estimation in support of mesoscopic simulation as part of dynamic traffic assignment models Transportation Research Record. 2466: 68-75
Ackert M, Chen X, Hadi M. (2014) Concept for commuter express lanes on an urban arterial through signal priority 21st World Congress On Intelligent Transport Systems, Itswc 2014: Reinventing Transportation in Our Connected World
Hadi M, Xiao Y, Rojas M. (2013) Estimation of diversion rate during incidents on basis of main-line detector data Transportation Research Record. 54-60
Shen L, Hadi M. (2013) Practical approach for travel time estimation from point traffic detector data Journal of Advanced Transportation. 47: 526-535
Alvarez P, Hadi M. (2012) Time-variant travel time distributions and reliability metrics and their utility in reliability assessments Transportation Research Record. 81-88
Lu C, Hadi M. (2011) Improving benefit-cost analysis of ramp metering by sketch planning tools Proceedings 2011 International Conference On Transportation, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering, Tmee 2011. 4-7
Hadi M, Sinha P. (2011) Effect of pavement marking retroreflectivity on the performance of vision-based lane departure warning systems Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems: Technology, Planning, and Operations. 15: 42-51
Hadi MA. (2009) Coordinated traffic responsive ramp metering strategies - an assessment based on previousstudies Intelligent Transportation Society of America - 12th World Congress On Intelligent Transport Systems 2005. 8: 4646-4656
Hadi MA, Thakkar J. (2003) Speed differential as a measure to evaluate the need for right-turn deceleration lanes at unsignalized intersections Transportation Research Record. 58-65
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