Richard Amoh-Gyimah
Richard Amoh-Gyimah
Main Roads Western Australia
Verified email at mainroads.wa.gov.au
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Macroscopic modeling of pedestrian and bicycle crashes: A cross-comparison of estimation methods
R Amoh-Gyimah, M Saberi, M Sarvi
Accident Analysis & Prevention 93, 147-159, 2016
872016
The effect of road and environmental characteristics on pedestrian hit-and-run accidents in Ghana
EN Aidoo, R Amoh-Gyimah, W Ackaah
Accident Analysis & Prevention 53, 23-27, 2013
822013
A cross-sectional observational study of helmet use among motorcyclists in Wa, Ghana
MA Akaateba, R Amoh-Gyimah, I Yakubu
Accident Analysis & Prevention 64, 18-22, 2014
622014
Mode of transport to work by government employees in the Kumasi metropolis, Ghana
R Amoh-Gyimah, EN Aidoo
Journal of Transport Geography 31, 35-43, 2013
492013
Measuring housing and transportation affordability: A case study of Melbourne, Australia
M Saberi, H Wu, R Amoh-Gyimah, J Smith, D Arunachalam
Journal of transport geography 65, 134-146, 2017
452017
The effect of variations in spatial units on unobserved heterogeneity in macroscopic crash models
R Amoh-Gyimah, M Saberi, M Sarvi
Analytic methods in accident research 13, 28-51, 2017
452017
DRIVER ATTITUDE TOWARDS TRAFFIC SAFETY VIOLATIONS AND RISK TAKING BEHAVIOUR IN KUMASI: THE GENDER AND AGE DIMENSION.
M Awialie Akaateba, R Amoh-Gyimah
International Journal for Traffic & Transport Engineering 3 (4), 2013
412013
Mode choice among university students to school in Danang, Vietnam
DQ Nguyen-Phuoc, R Amoh-Gyimah, ATP Tran, CT Phan
Travel behaviour and society 13, 1-10, 2018
292018
The effect of natural and built environmental characteristics on pedestrian-vehicle crash severity in Ghana
R Amoh-Gyimah, EN Aidoo, MA Akaateba, SK Appiah
International journal of injury control and safety promotion 24 (4), 459-468, 2017
242017
Traffic safety violations in relation to drivers’ educational attainment, training and experience in Kumasi, Ghana
MA Akaateba, R Amoh-Gyimah, O Amponsah
Safety science 75, 156-162, 2015
212015
Investigating the effects of traffic, socioeconomic, and land use characteristics on pedestrian and bicycle crashes: a case study of Melbourne, Australia
R Amoh-Gyimah, M Sarvi, M Saberi
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2016
192016
Geographic variations in reported and treated pain and mental health problems in the first two years after transport-related major trauma
MJ Giummarra, R Amoh-Gyimah, M Saberi, BJ Gabbe
Journal of Transport & Health 14, 100581, 2019
52019
Modelling crash spatial heterogeneity using semi-parametric geographically weighted Poisson regression
R Amoh-Gyimah, M Saberi, M Sarvi
Australasian Road Safety Conference, 2016, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 2016
42016
Modelling the risk factors for injury severity in motorcycle users in Ghana
EN Aidoo, R Amoh-Gyimah
Journal of Public Health 28 (2), 199-209, 2020
32020
The relationship between driver and passenger’s seatbelt use: a bivariate probit analysis
EN Aidoo, R Amoh-Gyimah, W Ackaah
International journal of injury control and safety promotion 28 (2), 179-184, 2021
12021
The influence of exposure and network characteristics on non-motorized crashes in Melbourne: an area-level analysis
R Amoh-Gyimah, M Saberi, M Sarvi
Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research (CAITR), 34th …, 2016
12016
Application of macroscopic safety models for hot zone identification
R Amoh-Gyimah, M Saberi
Australasian Road Safety Conference, 2018, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2018
2018
Application of Random Parameter Macroscopic Safety Models for Hot Zone Identification: A Case for Melbourne, Australia
R Amoh-Gyimah, M Sarvi, M Saberi
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
2018
Analytic Methods in Accident Research
R Amoh-Gyimah, M Saberi, M Sarvi
2016
Macroscopic Safety Modelling with Spatial Autocorrelation and Unobserved Heterogeneity
R AMOH-GYIMAH
Monash University, 0
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