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Speeds were relatively stable across levels-of-service A and B, within a range of 1.5 mph on average.His recent research includes projects related to safety and operational impacts associated with raising speed limits, driver behavior at signalized intersections, safety impacts of intersection sight distance, safety performance and economic assessment of roadway design features, safety and operational impacts of highway rumble strips, highway work zone safety and operations, and pedestrian behavior and safety. Gates is a licensed professional engineer in Michigan and Wisconsin.Bangladesh has a long history of shipbuilding dating back to the early modern era.Raha Hamzeie is a Ph D student at Iowa State University (ISU) and a graduate research assistant at the Institute for Transportation (In Trans).Her research is focused on transportation safety, specifically the interrelationships between driver behavior, traffic conditions, and the roadway environment. Hamzeie completed an MS degree at ISU and a BS degree from Sharif University of Technology. Savolainen is an associate professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at Iowa State University (ISU). Savolainen is also affiliated with the Institute for Transportation and Center for Transportation Research and Education at ISU.

Drivers tend to reduce their travel speeds in presence of junctions and work zones, under adverse weather conditions, and particularly under heavy congestion.Crash risk increased with the standard deviation in speed, as well as on vertical curves and ramp junctions, and among the youngest and oldest age groups of drivers.Speeds were shown to be 2.5 mph lower in rainy weather and 11 mph lower under snow or sleet.Significant correlation was observed with respect to speed selection behavior among the same individuals.A medieval European traveler Caesar Frederick documented that the port city of Chittagong was a manufacturing hub of large ships during the mid 15th century.The volume of shipbuilding swelled extensively during the Mughal period.