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Biography

Dr. Ranjit Godavarthy

North Dakota State University, USA

Assistant Professor of Transportation/Associate Research Fellow


Email: ranjit.godavarthy@ndsu.edu


Qualifications

2012 Ph.D., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA, Transportation Engineering

2010 M.S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA, Transportation Engineering

2007 B.S., Nagarjuna University, Guntur, India, Civil Engineering


Publications (Selected)

  1. Godavarthy, Ranjit, Eugene Russell, and Dean Landman. (2016) Using Vehicle Simulations to Understand Strategies for Accommodating Oversize, Overweight Vehicles at Roundabouts. Transportation Research: Part A, 87, 41-50.
  2. Mattson, Jeremy, and Ranjit Godavarthy. (Accepted and Forthcoming) Method for Estimating Statewide Transit Needs and Investment Priorities. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.
  3. Godavarthy, Ranjit, Jeremy Mattson, and Elvis Ndembe. (2015) Cost Benefit Analysis of Rural and Small Urban Transit in United States. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2533: 141-148.
  4. Godavarthy, Ranjit, and Eugene Russell. (2015) Low-Clearance Truck’s Vertical Requirements at Roundabouts. Journal of Transportation Technologies, 5, 214-222.
  5. Godavarthy, Ranjit, Babak Mirzazadeh, Eugene Russell, and Dean Landman. (Accepted and Forthcoming, Paper ID 3500303) Roundabout’s Impact on Nearby Businesses. Journal of Transportation Technologies.
  6. Godavarthy, Ranjit, Jeremy Mattson, Del Peterson, and Jill Hough. (2015) Developing a Method for Assessing National Demand-Response Transit Level of Service. Journal of Public Transportation. Vol. 18, No. 4.
  7. Godavarthy, Ranjit, and Eugene Russell. (2015) Integrating Roundabouts with Freight Roadway Networks. Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, 6, 293-302.
  8. Godavarthy, Ranjit, and Eugene Russell. (2016) High-Risk Rural Road Safety Study and Determining the Crash-Reduction Factors for High-Risk Rural-Road Usage. Journal of Transportation Technologies.
  9. Godavarthy, Ranjit, and Eugene Russell. (Accepted and Forthcoming) Study of Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon’s Effectiveness for Motorists at Midblock Pedestrian Crossings. Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering.
  10. Godavarthy, Ranjit, Jeremy Mattson, and Elvis Ndembe. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Rural and Small Urban Transit. Report No. 21177060-NCTR-NDSU03. National Center for Transit Research, 2014.
  11. Godavarthy, Ranjit, Jeremy Mattson, Del Peterson, Patrick Nichols, and Jill Hough. Developing a Method for Assessing National Demand-Response Transit Level of Service. Report No. 21177060-NCTR-NDSU06. National Center for Transit Research, 2015.
  12. Russell, Eugene, Dean Landman, and Ranjit Godavarthy. Accommodating Oversize, Overweight Vehicles at Roundabouts. Report No. K-Tran: KSU-10-1. Kansas Department of Transportation, 2013.
  13. Godavarthy, Ranjit. Network and Design Concepts for Accommodating Large Trucks at Roundabouts. Ph.D. Dissertation, K-State Research Exchange, Kansas State University, 2012.
  14. Russell, Eugene, Dean Landman, and Ranjit Godavarthy. A Study of the Impact of Roundabouts on Traffic Flows and Business. Kansas State University Transportation Center. Report No. K-Tran: KSU-0-10. Kansas Department of Transportation, 2012.
  15. Godavarthy, Ranjit. Effectiveness of a Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon at Mid-Block Pedestrian Crossings in Decreasing Unnecessary Delay to Drivers and a Comparison to Other Systems. Master’s Thesis, K-State Research Exchange, Kansas State University, 2010.
  16. Russell, Eugene, and Ranjit Godavarthy. Mitigating Crashes at High-Risk Rural Intersections with Two-Way Stop Control. Report No. K-Tran: KSU-06-4. Kansas Department of Transportation, 2010.
  17. Mattson, Jeremy, and Ranjit Godavarthy. Method for Estimating Statewide Transit Needs and Investment Priorities. Published in the compendium of papers for Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D.C, January 2016.
  18. Godavarthy, Ranjit, Jeremy Mattson, Del Peterson, and Jill Hough. Developing a Method for Assessing National Demand-Response Transit Level of Service. Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D.C, January 2016.
  19. Amarasingha, Niranga, and Ranjit Godavarthy. Modelling the Severity of Three-Wheeler Crashes Using the Data from Sri Lanka. Published in the compendium of papers for Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D.C, January 2016.
  20. Godavarthy, Ranjit, Eugene Russell, and Dean Landman. Using Vehicle Simulations to Understand Needs and Strategies for Accommodating Oversize, Overweight Vehicles at Roundabouts. Published in the compendium of papers for Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D.C, January 2013.
  21. Russell, Eugene, Dean Landman, and Ranjit Godavarthy. Study of Accommodating Oversize, Overweight Vehicles at Roundabouts. Published in the compendium of papers for Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D.C, January 2013.
  22. Godavarthy, Ranjit, and Eugene Russell, and Dean Landman. Effectiveness of a HAWK Beacon Signal at Mid-Block Pedestrian Crossings in Decreasing Excessive Delay to the Drivers. Published in the compendium of papers for Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D.C, January 2009.