Pamela Murray-Tuite

Civil and Environmental Engineering Virginia Polytechnic and State University, United States 
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Herrera-Restrepo O, Triantis K, Trainor J, et al. (2016) A multi-perspective dynamic network performance efficiency measurement of an evacuation: A dynamic network-DEA approach Omega (United Kingdom). 60: 45-59
Sarwar MT, Anastasopoulos PC, Ukkusuri SV, et al. (2016) A statistical analysis of the dynamics of household hurricane-evacuation decisions Transportation. 1-20
Ukkusuri SV, Hasan S, Luong B, et al. (2016) A-RESCUE: An Agent based Regional Evacuation Simulator Coupled with User Enriched Behavior Networks and Spatial Economics. 1-27
Wernstedt K, Murray-Tuite P. (2015) The dynamic nature of risk perceptions after a fatal transit accident. Risk Analysis : An Official Publication of the Society For Risk Analysis. 35: 536-52
Sadri AM, Ukkusuri SV, Murray-Tuite P, et al. (2015) Hurricane evacuation route choice of major bridges in Miami Beach, Florida Transportation Research Record. 2532: 164-173
El-Metwally M, Murray-Tuite P. (2015) Selecting four-leg intersections for crossing elimination in evacuations Transportation Research Record. 2532: 141-153
Asare S, Fontaine M, Murray-Tuite P, et al. (2015) Transportation impacts of the 2013 federal government shutdown in Northern Virginia Journal of Transportation Engineering. 141: 04015004
Liu S, Murray-Tuite PM, Schweitzer L. (2014) Uniting multi-adult households during emergency evacuation planning. Disasters. 38: 587-609
Jahangiri A, Murray-Tuite P, Machiani SG, et al. (2014) Modeling and assessment of crossing elimination for no-notice evacuations Transportation Research Record. 2459: 91-100
Liu S, Murray-Tuite P, Schweitzer L. (2014) Incorporating household gathering and mode decisions in large-scale no-notice evacuation modeling Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering. 29: 107-122
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