Patricia F. Waller Award
This award, which was established in 2004 in memory of Waller, may be conferred annually. Waller, a former Technical Activities Group Council chair and member of the Technical Activities Council, was a clinical psychologist, researcher, and advocate for policy reform in transportation safety and injury control. A winner of TRB’s Roy Crum Award, she served for 20 years as Associate Director of the University of North Carolina’s School of Public Health, was founding Director of the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center, and concluded her career as Director of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
RONALD G. VAN HOUTEN, BRAD HUITEMA, LOUIS MALENFANT, and RICHARD D. BLOMBERG; Effects of High-Visibility Enforcement on Driver Compliance to Pedestrian Yield Right-of-Way Laws
HILLARY ISEBRANDS AND SHAUNA HALLMARK, Statistical Analysis and Development of Crash Prediction Model for Roundabouts on High-Speed Rural Roadways
JOHN WOODROOFE, Tractor-Trailer Rollover Prevention: Effectiveness of Electronic Stability Control Systems
KAY FITZPATRICK and EUN SUG PARK, Safety Effectiveness of HAWK Pedestrian Treatment
CHARLES V. ZEGEER, SCOTT VINCENT MASTEN, LAUREN MARCHETTI, LAURA S. SANDT, AUSTIN BROWN, JANE STUTTS, LIBBY J. THOMAS, RICHARD D. BLOMBERG, DAVID HENDERSON, MARTIN M. LEVY, and YINGLING FAN, Evaluation of the Miami-Dade Pedestrian Safety Demonstration Program