Behram Wali

Title(s)Associate Project Scientist, Urban Studies and Planning
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    1. Redefining walkability to capture safety: Investing in pedestrian, bike, and street level design features to make it safe to walk and bike. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 2024; 181:103968. Behram Wali, Lawrence D Frank. View Publication.
    2. Associations of walkability, regional and transit accessibility around home and workplace with active and sedentary travel. Journal of Transport Geography. 2024; 116:103776. Behram Wali, Lawrence D Frank, Brian E Saelens, Deborah R Young, Richard T Meenan, John F Dickerson, Erin M Keast, Stephen P Fortmann. View Publication.
    3. What drives the joint demand for ride-hailing and carsharing services? Understanding consumers’ behaviors, attitudes, & concerns. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 2023; 157:104373. Behram Wali. . View Publication.
    4. Are californians willing to use shared automated vehicles (SAV) & renounce existing vehicles? An empirical analysis of factors determining SAV use & household vehicle ownership. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 2023; 195. Wali B, Santi P, Ratti C. View Publication.
    5. A joint demand modeling framework for ride-sourcing and dynamic ridesharing services: a geo-additive Markov random field based heterogeneous copula framework. Transportation. 2023; (50):1809–1845. Wali B, Santi P, Ratti C. View Publication.
    6. Interactive impacts of walkability, social vulnerability, & travel behavior on COVID-19 mortality: A hierarchical Bayesian spatial random parameter approach. Sustain Cities Soc. 2023 Apr; 91:104454. Wali B. PMID: 36818434; PMCID: PMC9918324.
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    7. Heterogeneous ensemble learning for enhanced crash forecasts - A frequentist and machine learning based stacking framework. J Safety Res. 2023 02; 84:418-434. Ahmad N, Wali B, Khattak AJ. PMID: 36868672.
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    8. Effects of an urban light rail line on health care utilization and cost: A pre-post assessment. Journal of Transport & Health. 2022; 123. Richard T Meenan, Lawrence D Frank, Brian E Saelens, Deborah R Young, Jennifer L Kuntz, John F Dickerson, Behram Wali, Erin M Keast, Stephen P Fortmann. View Publication.
    9. Pathways from Built Environment to Health Care Costs: Linking Objectively Measured Built Environment with Physical Activity and Health Care Expenditures. Environment & Behavior. 2022; 54(4). Behram Wali, Lawrence D Frank, Deborah R Young, Brian E Saelens, Richard T Meenan, John F Dickerson, Erin M Keast, Jennifer L Kuntz, Stephen P Fortmann. View Publication.
    10. Heterogeneity assessment in incident duration modelling: Implications for development of practical strategies for small & large scale incidents. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems. 2022; 5(26):586-601. Wali B, Khattak A, Liu J. View Publication.
    11. A joint behavioral choice model for adoption of automated vehicle ride sourcing and carsharing technologies: Role of built environment & sustainable travel behaviors. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 2022; 136. Wali B, Khattak AJ. View Publication.
    12. Toward better measurement of traffic injuries - Comparison of anatomical injury measures in predicting the clinical outcomes in motorcycle crashes. J Safety Res. 2022 02; 80:175-189. Wali B, Ahmad N, Khattak AJ. PMID: 35249598.
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    13. Causal evaluation of the health effects of light rail line: A Natural Experiment. J Transp Health. 2022 Mar; 24. Wali B, Frank LD, Young DR, Meenan RT, Saelens BE, Dickerson JF, Fortmann SP. PMID: 35096526; PMCID: PMC8797061.
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    14. The 2019 Conference on Health and Active Transportation: Research Needs and Opportunities. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 11 11; 18(22). Berrigan D, Dannenberg AL, Lee M, Rodgers K, Wojcik JR, Wali B, Tribby CP, Buehler R, Sallis JF, Roberts JD, Steedly A, Peng B, Eisenberg Y, Rodriguez DA. PMID: 34831599; PMCID: PMC8622688.
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    15. Neighborhood-level COVID-19 hospitalizations and mortality relationships with built environment, active and sedentary travel. Health Place. 2021 09; 71:102659. Wali B, Frank LD. PMID: 34481153; PMCID: PMC8379098.
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    16. Modeling consumer affinity towards adopting partially and fully automated vehicles–The role of preference heterogeneity at different geographic levels. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 2021; 129. Wali B, Santi P, Ratti C. View Publication.
    17. Treating two pandemics for the price of one: Chronic and infectious disease impacts of the built and natural environment. Sustain Cities Soc. 2021 Oct; 73:103089. Frank LD, Wali B. PMID: 34155475; PMCID: PMC8196511.
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    18. Built environment, driving errors and violations, and crashes in naturalistic driving environment. Accid Anal Prev. 2021 Jul; 157:106158. Ahmad N, Wali B, Khattak AJ, Dumbaugh E. PMID: 34030046.
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    19. Developing policy thresholds for objectively measured environmental features to support active travel. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 2021; 90. Wali B, Frank L, Chapman J, Fox E. View Publication.
    20. A taxonomy of driving errors and violations: Evidence from the naturalistic driving study. Accid Anal Prev. 2021 Mar; 151:105873. Khattak AJ, Ahmad N, Wali B, Dumbaugh E. PMID: 33360090.
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    21. Injury severity analysis of pedestrian and bicyclist trespassing crashes at non-crossings: A hybrid predictive text analytics and heterogeneity-based statistical modeling approach. Accid Anal Prev. 2021 Feb; 150:105835. Wali B, Khattak AJ, Ahmad N. PMID: 33310430.
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    22. The relationship between driving volatility in time to collision and crash-injury severity in a naturalistic driving environment. Analytic Methods in Accident Research. 2020; 28. Behram Wali, Asad J Khattak, Thomas Karnowski. View Publication.
    23. Harnessing ambient sensing & naturalistic driving systems to understand links between driving volatility and crash propensity in school zones – A generalized hierarchical mixed logit framework. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 2020; 114:405-424. Behram Wali, Asad Khattak. View Publication.
    24. Exploratory analysis of automated vehicle crashes in California: A text analytics & hierarchical Bayesian heterogeneity-based approach. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2020; 135. Alexandra Boggs, Behram Wali, Asad Khattak. View Publication.
    25. Exploring microscopic driving volatility in naturalistic driving environment prior to involvement in safety critical events—Concept of event-based driving volatility. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2019; 132. Wali B, Khattak A, Karnowski T. View Publication.
    26. Examining correlations between motorcyclist’s conspicuity, apparel related factors and injury severity score: Evidence from new motorcycle crash causation study. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2019; 131:45-62. Wali B, Khattak A, Ahmad N. View Publication.
    27. Injury severity and contributing driver actions in passenger vehicle–truck collisions. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2019. Xu J, Wali B, Li X, Yang J. View Publication.
    28. Examining correlations between motorcyclist's conspicuity, apparel related factors and injury severity score: Evidence from new motorcycle crash causation study. Accid Anal Prev. 2019 Oct; 131:45-62. Wali B, Khattak AJ, Ahmad N. PMID: 31233995.
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    29. Exploring factors associated with crash severity on motorways in Pakistan. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Transport. 2019; 175(4):189-198. Ahmad N, Ahmed A, Wali B, Saeed T. View Publication.
    30. Development of safety performance functions: Incorporating unobserved heterogeneity and functional form analysis. Transportation research record. 2018. B Wali, AJ Khattak, J Waters, D Chimba, X Li. View Publication.
    31. Contributory fault and level of personal injury to drivers involved in head-on collisions: application of copula-based bivariate ordinal models. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2018. B Wali, AJ Khattak, J Xu. View Publication.
    32. A heterogeneity based case-control analysis of motorcyclist’s injury crashes: Evidence from motorcycle crash causation study. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2018. B Wali, AJ Khattak, AJ Khattak. View Publication.
    33. Impact of axle overload, asphalt pavement thickness and subgrade modulus on load equivalency factor using modified ESALs equation. Cogent Engineering. 2018. M Raheel, R Khan, A Khan, MT Khan, I Ali, B Alam, B Wali. . View Publication.
    34. Fuel economy gaps within and across garages: A bivariate random parameters seemingly unrelated regression approach. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. 2018. Wali B, Khattak A, Greene DL, Liu J. View Publication.
    35. Analyzing within garage fuel economy gaps to support vehicle purchasing decisions–A copula-based modeling & forecasting approach. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 2018. B Wali, DL Greene, AJ Khattak, J Liu. View Publication.
    36. An ordered-probit analysis of enforcement of road speed limits. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Transport. 2018. B Wali, A Ahmed, N Ahmad. View Publication.
    37. How is driving volatility related to intersection safety? A Bayesian heterogeneity-based analysis of instrumented vehicles data. Transportation research part C: emerging technologies. 2018. B Wali, AJ Khattak, H Bozdogan, M Kamrani. View Publication.
    38. Walkability in the connected and automated vehicle era: a US perspective on research needs. Transportation Research Record. 2018; 2672(35). E Shay, AJ Khattak, B Wali. . View Publication.
    39. Methodology for simulating heterogeneous traffic flow at intercity roads in developing countries: a case study of university road in Peshawar. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering. 2018. M Akbar, R Khan, MT Khan, B Alam, M Elahi, B Wali, AA Shah. View Publication.
    40. An analysis of highway work zone safety practices in Pakistan. International journal of injury control and safety promotion. 2018; 26(1):37-44. HM Rashid, A Ahmed, B Wali, NA Qureshi. View Publication.
    41. Do safety performance functions used for predicting crash frequency vary across space? Applying geographically weighted regressions to account for spatial heterogeneity. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2017. J Liu, AJ Khattak, B Wali. . View Publication.
    42. Analysis of volatility in driving regimes extracted from basic safety messages transmitted between connected vehicles. Transportation research part C: emerging technologies. 2017. AJ Khattak, B Wali. . View Publication.
    43. How does on-road fuel economy vary with vehicle cumulative mileage and daily use?. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 2017. DL Greene, J Liu, AJ Khattak, B Wali, JL Hopson, R Goeltz. View Publication.
    44. Effectiveness of enforcement levels of speed limit and drink driving laws and associated factors–Exploratory empirical analysis using a bivariate ordered probit model. Journal of traffic and transportation engineering (English edition). 2017. B Wali, A Ahmed, S Iqbal, A Hussain. View Publication.
    45. Role of multiagency response and on-scene times in large-scale traffic incidents. Transportation Research Record. 2017. X Li, AJ Khattak, B Wali. . View Publication.
    46. Can data generated by connected vehicles enhance safety?: Proactive approach to intersection safety management. Transportation Research Record. 2017. M Kamrani, B Wali, AJ Khattak. View Publication.
    47. Modeling traffic incident duration using quantile regression. Transportation Research Record. 2016. AJ Khattak, J Liu, B Wali, X Li, MW Ng. View Publication.
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