John Miller

John Miller
John Miller

Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

PO Box 400742

351 McCormick Road
Rm. B228

Charlottesville, VA
22904-4742

jsm3f@Virginia.EDU
Phone (434) 293-1999

Education

Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Virginia
B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia

Registration

Registered Professional Engineer, Virginia

Memberships

NCHRP Project Panel 17-63, Guidance for the Development and Application of Crash Modification Factors
SHRP 2 T-ETG for the Regional Operations Academy for Operations Management (L36)

Awards

TRB Transportation Systems Policy, Planning and Process Section Best Paper Award w/ L. D. Evans
VTRC Horizon Award for Outstanding Productivity and Achievement, 2001
Tilton E. Shelburne Award, 2000; 2005
ASCE Journal of Transportation Best Paper Award with Michael J. Demetsky, 1999
Fellow, Eno Foundation, 1994

Research Interests

  • Safety
  • Planning

Research and Publications

99-R13 – What value may geographic information systems add to the art of identifying crash countermeasures?

98-R33 – Albemarle County/City of Charlottesville transportation planning compact disc

98-R32 – Using historical data to measure transportation infrastructure constraints on land use

98-R22 – Designing and maintaining Web pages :a guide for nonprofit organizations with a focus on transportation safety

98-R13 – Feasibility of applying the Global Positioning System to locate motor vehicle crashes :final report

96-TAR4 – Guidelines for the effective operation and control of VDOT permanent variable message sign and highway advisory radio units :state of the practice and recommendations : technical assistance report

96-R11 – An overview of Virginia’s computerized crash records systems

95-R15 – Development of manuals for the effective use of variable message signs

94-TAR4 – Analysis of the capabilities and operations of the Northern Virginia Traffic Management System

94-R14 – Evaluation of the use of live aerial video for traffic management

13-R4 – An Interim Update to the 2035 Socioeconomic and Travel Demand Forecasts for Virginia

13-R1 – Planning for Active Traffic Management in Virginia: International Best Practices and Implementation Strategies

12-R8 – Pilot Implementation of a Resource Guide to Enhance the Incorporation of Safety Into the Regional Planning Process

12-R11 – A Model to Forecast Peak Spreading

11-R1 – Feasibility of Using Jobs/Housing Balance in Virginia Statewide Planning

10-R22 – Causal Factors for Intersection Crashes in Northern Virginia

10-R2 – Access Management Performance Measures for Virginia: A Practical Approach for Public Accountability 09-R6 – Airport Offsite Passenger Service Facilities: An Option for Improving Landside Access: Volume II: Access Characteristics and Travel Demand

09-R2 – Improving Socioeconomic Land Use Forecasting for Medium-sized Metropolitan Organizations in Virginia

09-R16 – Socioeconomic and Travel Demand Forecasts for Virginia and Potential Policy Responses: A Report for VTrans2035: Virginia’s Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan

08-R15 – Airport Offsite Passenger Service Facilities: An Option for Improving Landside Access: Volume 1: Definition, Background, and Opportunities

08-R13 – A Review of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Scoping Process and Options for Potential Improvements

08-R10 – A Methodology to Evaluate Unplanned Proposed Transportation Projects

07-R8 – Defining Effective Regional Planning in Virginia

07-R23 – Update on Status of Proposed TransDominion Express (TDX) Passenger Rail Service

07-R2 – The Impact of Red Light Cameras (Photo-red Enforcement) on Crashes in Virginia

06-R17 – Alternative Transportation Funding Sources Available to Virginia Localities

06-R13 – Multimodal Statewide Transportation Planning: A Survey of State Practices

05-R23 – A tale of three regions :influence of highway investments on population and traffic growth in Virginia

05-R21 – An evaluation of red light camera (photo-red) enforcement programs in Virginia :a report in response to a request by Virginia’s Secretary of Transportation

05-R20 – Providing technical assistance in an environment of uncertainty :a case study in coordinating transportation and land use

04-R29 – Feasibility of protecting corridors through the National Environmental Policy Act

04-R19 – Field validation of speed estimation techniques for air quality conformity analysis

04-R14 – Options for improving the coordination of transportation and land use planning in Virginia

03-TAR9 – Survey of statewide multimodal transportation planning practices

03-TAR8 – Ways to estimate speeds for the purposes of air quality conformity analyses

03-TAR5 – Expected changes in transportation demand in Virginia by 2025

03-R18 – Residential trip generation :ground counts versus surveys

02-TAR2 – Survey of VDOT’s internal transportation planning customers

02-R7 – A simulation-based approach to evaluate safety impacts of increased traffic signal density

02-R6 – Considerations in the development of procedures for prioritizing transportation improvement projects in Virginia

01-R12 – The transferability of safety-driven access management models for application to other sites

00-TAR3 – Approaching the “smart growth” issue :a look at best practices used by transportation planning organizations

Affiliated Projects

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