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Suggested Citation:"Safety Technical Coordinating Committee." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2012. Analysis of Existing Data: Prospective Views on Methodological Paradigms. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22837.
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TrB oversighT commiTTee for The sTraTegic highway research program 2* Chair: Kirk T. Steudle, Director, Michigan Department of Transportation MeMbers H. Norman Abramson, Executive Vice President (Retired), Southwest Research Institute Anne P. Canby, President, Surface Transportation Policy Partnership Alan C. Clark, MPO Director, Houston–Galveston Area Council Frank L. Danchetz, Vice President, ARCADIS-US, Inc. Stanley Gee, Executive Deputy Commissioner, New York State Department of Transportation Michael P. Lewis, Director, Rhode Island Department of Transportation Susan Martinovich, Director, Nevada Department of Transportation John R. Njord, Executive Director, Utah Department of Transportation Charles F. Potts, Chief Executive Officer, Heritage Construction and Materials Ananth K. Prasad, Secretary, Florida Department of Transportation Gerald M. Ross, Chief Engineer, Georgia Department of Transportation George E. Schoener, Executive Director, I-95 Corridor Coalition Kumares C. Sinha, Olson Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering, Purdue University ex OfficiO MeMbers John C. Horsley, Executive Director, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Victor M. Mendez, Administrator, Federal Highway Administration David L. Strickland, Administrator, National Highway Transportation Safety Administration LiaisOns Ken Jacoby, Communications and Outreach Team Director, Office of Corporate Research, Technology, and Innovation Management, Federal Highway Administration Tony Kane, Director, Engineering and Technical Services, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Jeffrey F. Paniati, Executive Director, Federal Highway Administration John Pearson, Program Director, Council of Deputy Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety, Canada Michael F. Trentacoste, Associate Administrator, Research, Development, and Technology, Federal Highway Administration safeTy Technical coordinaTing commiTTee* Chair: Forrest M. Council, Senior Research Scientist, Highway Safety Research Center, University of North Carolina MeMbers David L. Banks, Professor, Practice of Statistics, Department of Statistical Science, Duke University James A. Bonneson, Senior Research Engineer, Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University Richard K. Deering, President, RK Deering & Associates, Inc. Leanna Depue, Director, Highway Safety Division, Missouri Department of Transportation Joanne L. Harbluk, Human Factors Specialist, Transport Canada Bruce A. Ibarguen, Engineer of Traffic, Maine Department of Transportation Mavis Johnson, President, Canadian Traffic Safety Institute J. Scott Osberg, Principal, Social Science Ink Robert W. Schomber, Regional Manager, Florida Power & Light Company David Shinar, Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, Ben Gurion University of the Negev Alison Smiley, President, Human Factors North, Inc. Thomas M. Welch, State Transportation Safety Engineer, Office of Traffic and Safety, Iowa Department of Transportation Terecia W. Wilson, Strategic Highway Safety Plan Program Manager, South Carolina Department of Transportation aasHTO LiaisOns Kelly Hardy, Safety Program Manager, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Jim McDonnell, Program Director for Engineering, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials fHWa LiaisOns Monique Evans, Director, Office of Safety Research and Development, Federal Highway Administration Michael Griffith, Director, Office of Safety Integration, Federal Highway Administration Margie Sheriff, Director, SHRP 2 Implementation Team, Office of Corporate Research, Federal Highway Administration auTO indusTry LiaisOns Michael Cammisa, Director, Safety, Association of International Automobile Manufacturers, Inc. Scott Schmidt, Director, Safety and Regulatory Affairs, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers canada LiaisOn Kent Speiran, Manager, Road Safety, Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal eurOpean safeTy LiaisOn Fred Wegman, Managing Director, SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands fMcsa LiaisOn Martin Walker, Chief, Research Division, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration nHTsa LiaisOns Richard Compton, Director, Office of Behavioral Safety Research, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Tim Johnson, Director, Office of Human-Vehicle Performance Research, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration *Membership as of February 2012.

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TRB’s second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) Report S2-S01B-RW-1: Analysis of Existing Data: Prospective Views on Methodological Paradigms investigates structured modeling paradigms for the analysis of naturalistic driving data.

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