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Dr. Thomas E Mulinazzi

Professor - Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering
Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering
University of Kansas
2150 Learned Hall
Lawrence, KS 66045-7609
Phone: 785-864-2928
Fax: 795-864-5631
Email: tomm@ku.edu
Education
1973 Ph.D. Civil Engineering Purdue
1966 M.S. Civil Engineering Purdue
1964 B.S. Civil Engineering Notre Dame


Selected Publications
2011 Evaluation of the Impact of the Edgerton, Kansas Intermodal Freight Facility
published in KDOT Final Report
2011 Freight Data Collection Technique and Algorithm Using Cellular Phone and GIS Data
published in Proceedings of 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
2011 Modeling Truck Speed in the Upstream of One-lane Two-way Highway Work Zones: Implications on Reducing Truck-Related Crashes in Work Zones
published in Mid-America Transportation Center/U.S. Department of Transportation Research and Innovative Technology Administration
2010 Predicting and Mitigating Wind Induced Truck Crashes in Kansas
published in MATC Final Report
2010 Evaluation of the Impact of the Edgerton, Kansas Intermodal Freight Facility
published in University of Kansas
2009 Examination of the Effectiveness of Early Merge Work Zone Signing
published in 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board Compendium
2009 Closed Course Testing of Portable Rumble Strips to Improve Truck Safety at Work Zones
published in Mid-America Transportation Center Final Report
2009 Estimating Highway Pavement Damage Costs Attributed to Truck Traffic
published in MATC Final Report
2009 Feasibility of Using Cellular Telephone Data to Determine the Truckshed
published in Proceedings of the 2009 Mid-Continent Transportation Research Symposium
2009 Mitigating Wind-Induced Truck Crashes
published in Mid-America Transportation Center Final Report
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Projects
Modeling Truck Speed in the Upstream of Two-lane Highway Work Zones: Implications on Reducing Truck-Related Crashes in Work Zones
A Preliminary Appraisal of the Safety and Operational Effects on the Regional Transportation System Created by New Rail-Truck Intermodal Facilities
Feasibility of Using Cellular Telephone Data to Determine the Truckshed of Rail-Truck Intermodal Facilities
Estimating Highway Pavement Damage Costs Attributed to Truck Traffic
Mitigating Wind-Induced Truck Crashes
Evaluation of an Electronic Safety Perimeter System for Kansas Temporary Work Zones

Awards
2009 Steeples Award for Service to Kansas
2008 Institute of Transportation Engineers Fellow

Leadership Activities
NCHRP Project Panel on Development of an Unsignalized Intersection Guidebook Transportation Research Board

Selected Presentations
2011 Freight Data Collection Technique and Algorithm Using Cellular Phone Data.
2010 The Potential of Cellular Phone Positioning Technology in Travel Behavior and Traffic Impact Studies
2009 Work Zone Signing
2009 Traffic Engineering for Technicians
2009 Traffic Engineering for Technicians
2008 The Shortage of Engineers
2007 Work Zone Signing
2007 Eggs and Issues
2007 Work Zone Signing
2007 Work Zone Signing
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