Saleh, W. (2017, November). Electrical cars: an option for the Gulf states?. Presented at International Energy and Environment Summit - 2017, Dubai
Downey, L., Saleh, W., Kharbeche, M. & Muley, D. (2017, October). ITS related pedestrian crossing features at signalised intersections. Presented at IEEE ITSC 2017, Japan
Saleh, W. (2017, January). Evaluating the effects of various incentives on motorcyclists' adoption of an idle-stop system in Taiwan. Presented at 8th TDM Symposium in Taiwan, Taiwan
The project is to investigate & model travel behaviour & investigate attitudes for HH in Saudi Arabia (SA) taking. Although there have been a large number of research investigations in the area of tr...
Al-Atawi, A. M. & Saleh, W. (2012). Tabuk study final report. Edinburgh, Scotland: Transport Research Institute
Tabuk study final report.
Appiah, J., Saleh, W., & Stewart, K. (2015, January). Evaluation of existing car-following models and calibration parameters using real time series data. Paper presented at 47th Annual Conference of the University Transport Study Group, London City University
Alali, M. & Saleh, W. (2011, January). Investigating the performance of the transport system using GIS. Paper presented at 6th International Symposium on GIS, Saudi Arabia
Saleh, W. (2011, January). Transport sustainability and travel demand management: two contradictory objectives?. Paper presented at The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Chi, C., Chen, P., Saleh, W., Tsai, S., & Pai, C. (2018). Helmet non-use by users of bikeshare programs, electric bicycles, racing bicycles, and personal bicycles: An observational study in Taipei, Taiwan. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1080/15568318.2018.1441470
The bikeshare program in Taipei City and New Taipei City, called U-bike, was launched in August 2012 and has more than 7500 bicycles operating out of 769 stations. Research ha...
Chen, P., Saleh, W., & Pai, C. (2018). Pokemon gaming causes pedestrians to run a red light: An observational study of crossing behaviours at a signalised intersection in Taipei City. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 55, 380-388. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2018.03.011
Since the launch of the smartphone game “Pokemon Go”, the worldwide craze has led to numerous traffic crashes and injuries resulting from falling or tripping. This paper inves...
Chen, P., Saleh, W., & Pai, C. (2017). Texting and walking: a controlled field study of crossing behaviours and inattentional blindness in Taiwan. Behaviour and Information Technology, 36(4), 435-445. https://doi.org/10.1080/0144929x.2016.1240234
The paper investigates the effects of phone use (talking, texting, and listening to music) on the street-crossing behaviours of pedestrians and their inattentional blindness i...
Kumar, R. & Saleh, W. (2010). Motorcycle vehicle emissions - effect of driving cycle in urban and rural context. ISBN 9783639298413
Climate change and global warming is challenging task ahead. This text book covers the fundamentals of estimating emission factor with special emphasis on motorcycle exhaust e...
Pai, C., Hwang, K. P., & Saleh, W. (2009). A mixed logit analysis of motorists’ right-of-way violation in motorcycle accidents at priority T-junctions. Accident analysis and prevention, 41(3), 565-573. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2009.02.007
Research suggested that motorists’ right-of-way (ROW) violation in automobile–motorcycle gap-acceptance accidents at priority (i.e., stop-/yield-controlled) T-intersections ha...
Pai, C. & Saleh, W. (2007). Exploring Motorcyclist Injury Severity Resulting from Various Crash Configurations at T-Junctions in the United Kingdom—An Application of the Ordered Probit Models. Traffic Injury Prevention. 8(1), 62-68. doi:10.1080/15389580600991376. ISSN 1538-9588
Objectives . The fact that motorcycle users tend to be more vulnerable to injuries than those using other motorized vehicles may act synergistically with the complexity of con...
Saleh, W. (2007). Success and failure of travel demand management: Is congestion charging the way forward?. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 41(7), 611-614. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2006.09.014. ISSN 0965-8564
Success and failure of travel demand management: Is congestion charging the way forward?
Saleh, W. & Farrell, S. (2005). Implications of congestion charging for departure time choice: work and non-work schedule flexibility. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 39(7-9), 773-791. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2005.02.016. ISSN 0965-8564
The objective of this paper is to investigate the potential impacts of implementing variable congestion charging on the peak spreading of departure time choices, taking into a...