Application of a random effects negative binomial model to examine tram-involved crash frequency on route sections in Melbourne, Australia
Farhana Naznin, Graham Currie, David Logan, Majid Sarvi
Accident Analysis & Prevention | PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD | Published : 2016
Awarded by Australian Research Council Industry Linkage Program project
This research is a part of wider Australian Research Council Industry Linkage Program project LP100100159, 'Optimizing the Design and Implementation of Public Transport Priority Initiatives' Institute of Transport Studies, Monash University in association with the Transport Research Group, University of Southampton, UR. The Principal Chief Investigator is Professor Graham Currie, the Chief Investigator is Professor Majid Sarvi and the Partner Investigator is Dr. Nick Hounsell.The authors would like to thank the Australian Research Council (LP100100159) for financial support of the research. The authors would also like to thank Yarra Trams for their kind assistance in collating data for this study.