P. Eng., Professor
- Winter Maintenance Operations
- Highway Safety and Risk Analysis
- Traffic and Transit Operations Control under Real-time Information
- Vehicle Routing and Scheduling in Dynamic and Stochastic Traffic Networks
- Adaptive Signal Control under Real-time Information
- Development of On-line and Off-line Routing and Scheduling Systems for Dial-A-Ride Paratransit Systems
- Planning and Evaluation of Intelligent Paratransit Systems.
- Estimation of Travel Times in Dynamic and Stochastic Traffic Networks
- Shortest Path Algorithms for ITS Applications
Current Sources of Research Funding:
- Transport Canada
- Aurora Program
- Landscape Ontario
- Region of Waterloo
- City of Oakville
- City of Burlington
- Salt Institute
- Go Transit
- Heydari, S., Miranda-Moreno, L.F., Lord, D., Fu, L. (2014). Bayesian methodology to estimate and update safety performance functions under limited data conditions: A sensitivity analysis. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 64, 41-51.
- Kwon, T. J., & Fu, L. (2013). Evaluation of alternative criteria for determining the optimal location of RWIS stations. Journal of Modern Transportation, vol. 21., pp 17-27
- Miranda-Moreno, L.F., Heydari, S., Lord, D., Fu, L. (2013). Bayesian road safety analysis: Incorporation of past evidence and effect of hyper-prior choice. Journal of Safety Research, 46, 31-40.
- Kwon, T. J., Fu, L., & Jiang, C. (2013). Effect of Winter Weather and Road Surface Conditions on Macroscopic Traffic Parameters, accepted for publication in Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. Washington D.C.
- Usman, T., Fu, L., & L. F. Miranda-Moreno, (2012). A Disaggregate Model for Quantifying the Safety Effects of Winter Road Maintenance Activities, at an Operational Level. Accepted for publication in Accident Analysis & Prevention (Accepted in Feb 2012) (Accepted in 2012)
- Bagheri, M., F. Saccomanno, & Fu, L. (2012). Modeling Hazardous Materials Risks for Different Train Make-Up Plans. Accepted for publication in Transportation Research (Part E) (Accepted in Feb., 2012) (Accepted in 2012)
- Eluru, N., Bagheri, M., Miranda-Moreno, L. F., & Fu, L. (2012). A latent class modelling approach for identifying vehicle driver injury severity factors at highway-railway crossings. Accepted for publication in Accident Prevent and Analysis.
- Professional Engineers Ontario
- Intelligent Transportation Systems Canada
- Institute of Transportation Engineers
- Canadian Urban Transit Association
- Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta
- CIVE 224 - Probability and Statistics
- CIVE 342 - Transport Principles and Applications
- CIVE 400 - Civil Engineering Project 1&2
- CIVE 444 - Urban Transport Planning
- CIVE 640 - Urban Transportation Planning Models: Principles & Applications
- CIVE 643 - Fundamentals of Traffic Flow Theory
- CIVE 744 - Transportation Networks: Models, Algorithms and Computer Applications
University of Waterloo