California State University, Sacramento California State University, Sacramento

Kevan Shafizadeh
Department of Civil Engineering
College of Engineering and Computer Science
  
Kevan Shafizadeh


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    Sacramento State (Sac State) Civil Engineering

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

     

    Kevan Shafizadeh

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  Name:   Kevan Shafizadeh, Ph.D., P.E., PTP, PTOE
  Office Phone:   (916) 278-5348
  Department Phone:   (916) 278-6982
  Department Fax:   (916) 278-7957
  E-mail Address:   shafizadeh@csus.edu
  Office Location:   4024 Riverside Hall
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  Department of Civil Engineering
  California State University, Sacramento
  6000 J Street, Mail Stop 6029
  Sacramento, CA 95819-6029

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  • Applied quantitative statistical analysis and econometric modeling of various transportation issues including (but not limited to):
    • Travel Behavior and Travel Demand
    • Transportation/Air Quality Issues
    • Road Quality/Driver Perception Issues
    • Traffic Management and Facility Operations
    • Non-Motorized and Sustainable Transportation
    Also see:

    Graduate Group in Transportation


Selected Publications and Technical Reports

A Comparative Analysis of Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Around University Campuses (2014).

California Smart Growth Trip Generation Rates Study (2012-2013).

Fitch, J., K. Shafizadeh, W. Zhao*, and W. Crowl (2011). “Rational Models for Setting All-Red Clearance Intervals,” ITE Journal, Institute of Transportation Engineers, February.

Fugitt, B.* and K. Shafizadeh (2010). “Measuring Land Use Diversity and Correlating Its Relationship with VMT,” Paper#10-4039, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Proceedings, Washington, D.C., January.

Horton, J.* and K. Shafizadeh (2009). “Identifying Sites with Targeted Crash Types for Engineering Investigations in California,” Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Western District 6 Annual Meeting Proceedings, Denver, CO, July.

Anderson, J.*, L. Shelton*, and K. Shafizadeh (2008). North Natomas Transportation Management Survey Report, prepared for the North Natomas Transportation Management Association (NNTMA), December.

Shafizadeh, K., K. Fox*, and J. Pedri (2008). Neighborhood Electric Vehicle Transportation Plan Evaluation, prepared for the City of Lincoln, January.

Choo, S., K. Shafizadeh, and D. Niemeier (2007). “The Development of a Prescreening Model to Identify Failed and Gross Polluting Vehicles,” Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 12(3), pp. 208 – 218.

Shafizadeh, K., D. Niemeier, P. Mokhtarian, and I. Salomon (2007). “A Monte Carlo Simulation Model Incorporating Telecommuter, Employer, and Public Sector Perspectives,” ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems, 13(1), pp. 12 – 25.

Shafizadeh, K. and F. Mannering (2006). “Statistical Modeling of User Perceptions of Infrastructure Condition: Application to the Case of Highway Roughness,” Journal of Transportation Engineering 132(2), pp. 133 - 140.

Shafizadeh, K. and D. Niemeier (2004). “Analysis of Gross Polluter Cutpoints Based on In-Use Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Test Data in California,” Urban Transport X: Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century, [Ed: C.A. Brebbia], WIT Press, Ashurst, United Kingdom, pp 761 - 771.

Shafizadeh, K. and F. Mannering (2003). “Public Acceptability of Pavement Roughness on Urban Highways: An Empirical Analysis,” Transportation Research Record 1860, pp. 187 - 193.

Shafizadeh, K. and Niemeier, D. (1997). “Bicycle Journey-To-Work: Travel Behavior and Spatial Attributes,” Transportation Research Record 1578, pp. 84-90.

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