Publications:

Journal Articles

Finley, M. D., J. M. Jenkins and D. S. McAvoy.  Motorists┬┐ Speed Response to Non-Variable and Variable Work Zone Speed Limits and Other Work Zone Conditions.  Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2485, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., 2015, pp. 70-77. DOI: 10.3141/2485-09.

Jenkins, J. M. and N. Seck. Comparing Two Driving Simulation Practice Scenarios for Steering and Speed Control. Advances in Transportation Studies: An International Journal. Vol. XXXIII, July 2014, p. 21-32.

Jenkins, J. and B. Moran. Scenario for Practicing Steering in a Driving Simulator.  Advances in Transportation Studies: An International Journal 2014 Special Issue, Vol. 2, July 2014, p. 47-58.

Jenkins. J. M. Review of Handbook of Driving Simulation for Engineering, Medicine, and Psychology by Donald L Fisher, Matthew Rizzo, Jeffrey Caird, and John D. Lee. Journal of Transportation Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 138, No. 11, Nov 2012.

Sahami, S., J. M. Jenkins and T. Sayed. Methodology to Analyze Adaptation in Driving Simulators. In Transportation Research Record No 2138: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2009, p. 94-101.

Jenkins, J. M., and L. R. Rilett. Classifying Passing Maneuvers: A Behavioral Approach.  In Transportation Research Record No 1937: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2005, p. 14-21.

Jenkins, J. M., and L. R. Rilett. Application of a Distributed Traffic Simulation for a Passing Behavior Study. In Transportation Research Record No 1899: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2004, p. 11-18.

Conference Proceedings

Jenkins, J. M., D. M. Lewis, and S. A. Hosseini. Performance Improvement during Three Steering Tasks.  Accepted for poster presentation at 2015 Road Safety and Simulation International Conference, Orland, FL. October 2015.

Jenkins, J. M , and S. A. Hosseini. Real-time Data Extraction Program for Research Simulators, IMAGE 2015, Dayton, OH, July 2015.

Finley, M. D., J. M. Jenkins and D. S. McAvoy. Motorists' Speed Response to Non-Variable and Variable Work Zone Speed Limits and Other Work Zone Conditions. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 94rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Jan, 2015.

Jenkins, J. M. and M. Shields.  Automated active work zone notification system. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of Transportation Infrastructure, Pisa, Italy, April 22-25, 2014.

Jenkins, J. M.  Design Considerations for Driving Simulation Practice Scenarios. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Jan, 2014.

Jenkins, J. M. and N. Seck. Comparing Two Driving Simulation Practice Scenarios for Steering and Speed Control. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Jan, 2014.

Jenkins, J and B. Moran. Scenario for Practicing Steering in a Driving Simulator. In Proceedings of Road Safety & Simulation, Rome, Italy, Oct 22-25, 2013.

Keyworth, G., J. M. Jenkins, and A. Mehmood. Pushing the Limits of the Roadside Survey.  In Proceedings of Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba, May 27-30, 2012.

Sahami, S., J. M. Jenkins and T. Sayed. Methodology to Analyze Adaptation in Driving Simulators. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 88th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Jan, 2009.

Sahami, S. and J. M. Jenkins. Methodology to Evaluate Adaptation to Driving Simulators.  Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation. American Society of Civil Engineers, Athens, Greece, May 27-31, 2008, 13 p.

Jenkins, J. M. Driving Simulation for Transportation and Traffic Engineering Studies. In Proceedings of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers 2007 Annual General Meeting & Conference in Yellowknife NWT, Jun 6-9, 2007, 8 p.

Jenkins, J. M. A Laser Scanner System to Collect Passing Maneuver Data. In Proceedings of the Canadian Institute for Transportation Engineers Conference in Toronto, ON, May 5-9, 2007, 10 p.

Jenkins, J. M. Dog Containment and Restraint Use by Drivers in Richmond BC. In Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference XVI, Winnipeg, MB, Jun 11-14, 2006, 7 p.

Jenkins, J. M., and L. R. Rilett. Integrating Driving Simulators and Traffic Simulations: A Case Study. In Proceedings of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, Jun 2-4, 2005, 9 p.

Jenkins, J. M., and L. R. Rilett. Classifying Passing Maneuvers: A Behavioral Approach.  In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 84st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 2005.

Jenkins, J. M., and L. R. Rilett. Application of a Distributed Traffic Simulation for a Passing Behavior Study. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 83rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 2004.

Jenkins, J., L. R. Rilett, and R. Engelbrecht. Improving the Representation of Individual Vehicles in Traffic Micro-Simulation Modeling. Proceedings of the Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation. American Society of Civil Engineers, Aug 5-7, 2002, p.778-786.

Jenkins, J., and L. R. Rilett. Integrating Driving Simulators and Micro-Simulation Models: A Conceptualization. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 81st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Jan 13-17, 2002, 18 p.

Technical Reports

Jenkins, J. M., and D. McAvoy. Evaluation of Traffic Flow Analysis and Road User Cost Tools Applied to Work Zones, Ohio Department of Transportation, Final Report, FHWA/OH-2015/29, September 2015, 89p.

Finley, M., P. Songchitruksa and J. Jenkins.  Evaluation of Alternative Methods of Temporary Traffic Control on Rural One-Lane, Two-Way Highways, Ohio Department of Transportation, Final report, FHWA/OH-2015/9, April 2015, 68p.

Date, K., J. Jenkins, W. Kellogg, K. Hexter, and S. Rhodes. The Value of Balanced Growth Plans for Transportation. Ohio Department of Transportation. Final report FHWA/OH-2014/17, December 2014, 236p.

Finley, M. D., J. M. Jenkins, and D. McAvoy. Evaluation of Ohio Work Zone Speed Zones Process, Ohio Department of Transportation, Final report, FHWA/OH-2014/10, July, 2014, 94p.

Jenkins, J. M. and L. R. Rilett.  Modeling the Interaction Between Passenger Cars and Trucks.  Southwest Region University Transportation Center, SWUTC/04/473700-00015-1, 2006, 202 p.

Manser, M. P., J. M. Jenkins, and R. J. Koppa. Protected and Permitted Left Turn Signal Configurations. Final Report.  Kittelson and Associates, Inc. 2200 W. Commercial Blvd., Suite 304, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309, September, 2001.  Incorporated into Brehmer, C. L., K. C. Kacir, D. A. Noyce, and M. P. Manser. National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report 493: Evaluation of Traffic Signal Displays for Protected/Permissive Left-Turn Control. Transportation Research Board, TRB, National Research Council, Washington D. C., 2003.

Crawford, J., M. Manser, J. Jenkins, C. Court, and E. Sepulveda. Extent and Effects of Handheld Cellular Telephone Use While Driving. Southwest Region University Transportation Center, SWUTC/01/167706-1, 2001, 252 p.

Jenkins, J. Suitability of Optical, Radio and Radar Technologies as Potential Emergency Vehicle Siren System Enhancements. In Compendium: Graduate Student Papers on Advanced Surface Transportation Systems 1999. Southwest Region University Transportation Center, SWUTC/99/472840-00003-4, 1999, p. 264-282.