Fred Mannering
Fred Mannering
Professor of Civil Engineering (courtesy Economics), University of South Florida, Tampa
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TitleCited byYear
Statistical and econometric methods for transportation data analysis
SP Washington, MG Karlaftis, FL Mannering
Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2011
23322011
The statistical analysis of crash-frequency data: A review and assessment of methodological alternatives
D Lord, F Mannering
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 44 (5), 291-305, 2010
11392010
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
8041995
Negative binomial analysis of intersection-accident frequencies
M Poch, F Mannering
Journal of Transportation Engineering 122 (2), 105-113, 1996
6181996
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
6002008
The statistical analysis of highway crash-injury severities: A review and assessment of methodological alternatives
PT Savolainen, FL Mannering, D Lord, MA Quddus
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (5), 1666-1676, 2011
5652011
A note on modeling vehicle accident frequencies with random-parameters count models
PC Anastasopoulos, FL Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (1), 153-159, 2009
5232009
Principles of highway engineering and traffic analysis
F Mannering, S Washburn, W Kilareski
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
520*2013
Analytic methods in accident research: Methodological frontier and future directions
FL Mannering, CR Bhat
Analytic methods in accident research 1, 1-22, 2014
4812014
The relationship among highway geometrics, traffic-related elements and motor-vehicle accident frequencies
J Milton, F Mannering
Transportation 25 (4), 395-413, 1998
4721998
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
4661997
Impact of roadside features on the frequency and severity of run-off-roadway accidents: an empirical analysis
J Lee, F Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 34 (2), 149-161, 2002
4622002
A dynamic empirical analysis of household vehicle ownership and utilization
F Mannering, C Winston
The RAND Journal of Economics 16 (2), 215-236, 1985
4521985
An exploratory multinomial logit analysis of single-vehicle motorcycle accident severity
V Shankar, F., Mannering
Journal of Safety Research 27 (3), 183-194, 1996
3611996
Probabilistic models of motorcyclists' injury severities in single-and multi-vehicle crashes.
P Savolainen, F Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 39 (5), 955, 2007
3462007
Differences in male and female injury severities in sport-utility vehicle, minivan, pickup and passenger car accidents
GF Ulfarsson, FL Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 36 (2), 135-147, 2004
3462004
An exploratory hazard-based analysis of highway incident duration
D Nam, F Mannering
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 34 (2), 85-102, 2000
3192000
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
3022016
Analysis of injury severity and vehicle occupancy in truck-and non-truck-involved accidents
LY Chang, F Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 31 (5), 579-592, 1999
2821999
Analysis of the frequency and duration of freeway accidents in Seattle
B Jones, L Janssen, F Mannering
Accident Analysis & Prevention 23 (4), 239-255, 1991
2761991
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