A heterogeneity based case-control analysis of motorcyclist's injury crashes: Evidence from motorcycle crash causation study.

@article{Wali2018AHB,
  title={A heterogeneity based case-control analysis of motorcyclist's injury crashes: Evidence from motorcycle crash causation study.},
  author={Behram Wali and Asad J. Khattak and Aemal J. Khattak},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2018},
  volume={119},
  pages={
          202-214
        }
}
The main objective of this study is to quantify how different "policy-sensitive" factors are associated with risk of motorcycle injury crashes, while controlling for rider-specific, psycho-physiological, and other observed/unobserved factors. The analysis utilizes data from a matched case-control design collected through the FHWA's Motorcycle Crash Causation Study. In particular, 351 cases (motorcyclists involved in injury crashes) are analyzed vis-à-vis similarly-at-risk 702 matched controls… CONTINUE READING
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