Amir Sobhani
Amir Sobhani
Safe System Road Infrastructure Program, VicRoads
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TitleCited byYear
Simulation of safety: A review of the state of the art in road safety simulation modelling
W Young, A Sobhani, MG LennÚ, M Sarvi
Accident Analysis & Prevention 66, 89-103, 2014
A kinetic energy model of two-vehicle crash injury severity
A Sobhani, W Young, D Logan, S Bahrololoom
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (3), 741-754, 2011
A simulation based approach to assess the safety performance of road locations
A Sobhani, W Young, M Sarvi
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 32, 144-158, 2013
Random utility models of pedestrian crowd exit selection based on SP-off-RP experiments
M Haghani, O Ejtemai, M Sarvi, A Sobhani, M Burd, K Aghabayk
Transportation Research Procedia 2, 524-532, 2014
Exploration of vehicle impact speed–injury severity relationships for application in safer road design
C Jurewicz, A Sobhani, J Woolley, J Dutschke, B Corben
Transportation research procedia 14, 4247-4256, 2016
Spatial fluctuations of pedestrian velocities in bidirectional streams: Exploring the effects of self-organization
M Saberi, K Aghabayk, A Sobhani
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 434, 120-128, 2015
Modeling pedestrian crowd exit choice through combining sources of stated preference data
M Haghani, M Sarvi, O Ejtemai, M Burd, A Sobhani
Transportation research record 2490 (1), 84-93, 2015
Calculating time-to-collision for analysing right turning behaviour at signalised intersections
A Sobhani, W Young, S Bahrololoom, M Sarvi
Road & Transport Research: A Journal of Australian and New Zealand Researchá…, 2013
Understanding pedestrian crowd merging behavior
K Aghabayk, O Ejtemai, M Sarvi, A Sobhani
Transportation Research Procedia 2, 768-773, 2014
Exploring the relationship of exit flow and jam density in panic scenarios using animal dynamics
A Sobhani, M Sarvi, D Duives, O Ejtemai, K Aghabayk, S Hoogendoorn
Transportation Research Procedia 2, 745-751, 2014
Impacts of different angles and speeds on behavior of pedestrian crowd merging
K Aghabayk, M Sarvi, O Ejtemai, A Sobhani
Transportation research record 2490 (1), 76-83, 2015
Ranking of hazardous road locations in two-lane two-way rural roads with no crash record
M Habibian, M Mesbah, A Sobhani
Australasian Transport Research Forum, 2011
A comparison of two standard quality of life questionnaires for evaluation of the relationship between personality characteristics and glycemic control in diabetic patients
AS Jahanlou, A Sobhani, N Alishan
Arak Medical University Journal 13 (3), 28-34, 2010
Proposed vehicle impact speed-severe injury probability relationships for selected crash types
C Jurewicz, A Sobhani, J Woolley, JK Dutschke, B Corben
Australasian College of Road Safety, 2015
Exploring the relationship of conflict characteristics and consequent crash severity
A Sobhani, W Young, D Logan
Proceedings of 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum, Adelaideá…, 2011
A binary logistic regression model of the driver avoidance manoeuvers in two passenger vehicle crashes
HMH Al-Taweel, W Young, A Sobhani
Proceedings of the Australasian Transport Research Forum, November 16th–18thá…, 2016
Towards a microscopic approach for modelling the traffic safety of intersections
A Sobhani, D Logan, W Young, S Bahrololoom
ARRB Conference, 24th, 2010, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2010
Safety Evaluation of Fully-Controlled Right Turn Phasing at Signalised Intersections: Full-Time and Part-Time Applications
C Jurewicza, A Sobhanib, T Makwashaa
Australasian Road Safety Conference, 2017, Perth, Western Australia, Australia, 2017
Exploring the Factors Affecting Bicycle Crash Severity in Victoria, Australia
S Bahrololoom, S Moridpour, R Tay, A Sobhani
Transportation Research Board 96th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2017
Development of an analytical method for safe system assessment of intersection design
C Jurewicz, A Sobhani
ARRB Conference, 27th, 2016, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2016
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