Salvador Hernandez
Salvador Hernandez
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Oregon State University
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TitleCited byYear
A time of day analysis of crashes involving large trucks in urban areas
J Pahukula, S Hernandez, A Unnikrishnan
Accident Analysis & Prevention 75, 155-163, 2015
852015
A less-than-truckload carrier collaboration planning problem under dynamic capacities
S Hernández, S Peeta, G Kalafatas
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 47 (6 …, 2011
782011
Large truck–involved crashes: exploratory injury severity analysis
M Islam, S Hernandez
Journal of Transportation Engineering 139 (6), 596-604, 2013
642013
Modeling injury outcomes of crashes involving heavy vehicles on Texas highways
MB Islam, S Hernandez
Transportation research record 2388 (1), 28-36, 2013
422013
Roadway classifications and the accident injury severities of heavy-vehicle drivers
J Anderson, S Hernandez
Analytic Methods in Accident Research 15, 17-28, 2017
292017
Fatality rates for crashes involving heavy vehicles on highways: A random parameter tobit regression approach
M Bin Islam, S Hernandez
Journal of Transportation Safety & Security 8 (3), 247-265, 2016
242016
A carrier collaboration problem for less-than-truckload carriers: characteristics and carrier collaboration model
S Hernández, S Peeta
Transportmetrica A: Transport Science 10 (4), 327-349, 2014
222014
How bicycle level of traffic stress correlate with reported cyclist accidents injury severities: A geospatial and mixed logit analysis
C Chen, JC Anderson, H Wang, Y Wang, R Vogt, S Hernandez
Accident Analysis & Prevention 108, 234-244, 2017
172017
Centralized carrier collaboration multihub location problem for less-than-truckload industry: Hybrid hub-and-spoke network
S Hernández, A Unnikrishnan, SS Awale
Transportation research record 2269 (1), 20-28, 2012
172012
An empirical analysis of run-off-road injury severity crashes involving large trucks
NSS Al-Bdairi, S Hernandez
Accident Analysis & Prevention 102, 93-100, 2017
162017
Identifying precrash factors for cars and trucks on interstate highways: mixed logit model approach
A Romo, S Hernandez, RL Cheu
Journal of transportation engineering 140 (3), 04013016, 2014
132014
Heavy-vehicle crash rate analysis: comparison of heterogeneity methods using idaho crash data
J Anderson, S Hernandez
Transportation Research Record 2637 (1), 56-66, 2017
112017
An approach to comprehensively evaluate potential park and ride facilities
L Cornejo, S Perez, RL Cheu, S Hernandez
International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology 3 (1), 1-18, 2014
112014
Centralized time-dependent multiple-carrier collaboration problem for less-than-truckload carriers
S Hernández, S Peeta
Transportation research record 2263 (1), 26-34, 2011
112011
Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Coordinated Ramp Meter Controls
M Saito, M Wright, S Hernandez, M Yedlin, J Neyssen
92003
Perceived safe and adequate truck parking: A random parameters binary logit analysis of truck driver opinions in the Pacific Northwest
JC Anderson, S Hernandez, EL Jessup, E North
International journal of transportation science and technology 7 (1), 89-102, 2018
82018
Contributing factors to run-off-road crashes involving large trucks under lighted and dark conditions
NSS Al-Bdairi, S Hernandez, J Anderson
Journal of transportation engineering, Part A: Systems 144 (1), 04017066, 2018
82018
Modeling of collaborative less-than-truckload carrier freight networks
S Peeta, S Hernandez
University Transportation Centers Program (US), 2011
82011
Less-Than-Truckload Static Single Carrier Collaboration Problem. CD-ROM
S Hernández, S Peeta
Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, DC, 2010
72010
Influence of truck-mounted radar speed signs in controlling vehicle speed for mobile maintenance operations: Oregon case study
A Jafarnejad, J Gambatese, S Hernandez
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2017
62017
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