Name: Long Truong

Title: Research Fellow

Affiliation: Monash University

Long is a Research Fellow in the Department of Civil Engineering. Before joining Monash, Long worked as a transport engineer for the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam and as a lecturer for the Hanoi University of Transport and Communications. His research interests include public transport systems, traffic safety, travel behaviour, and travel demand modelling.

PhD (Transport Engineering), Monash University, 2017

Master of Engineering (Transport Systems), University of South Australia, 2010

Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Transport Infrastructure), University of Civil Engineering, Hanoi, 2004

2017 – Civil Engineering Fellowship, Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University

2016 – Distinguished Scientific Papers – Asia Pacific Award, World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems

2016 – Prestige Grant, Transit signal priority model considering arterial progression and stochastic bus arrival time, World Conference on Transport Research Society -WCTRS (EUR 2,000)

2015 – Student Scholarship, IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems

2012 – Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Endeavour Postgraduate Award, Australian Department of Education and Training

2011 – Australian Development Scholarship, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

2008 – Vietnam International Education Development Scholarship, Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam

Journal Papers

Truong, L.T., Currie, G., Sarvi, M. Analytical and simulation approaches to understand combined effects of transit signal priority and road-space priority measures. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 2017;74:275-294.

Truong, L.T., Currie, G., Wallace, M., De Gruyter, C. Does combining transit signal priority with dedicated bus lanes or queue jump lanes at multiple intersections create multiplier effects?. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2017, In press

Truong, L.T., De Gruyter, C., Nguyen, H.T.T. Calling, texting, and searching information while riding a motorcycle: a study of university students in Vietnam. Traffic Injury Prevention. 2017; doi: 10.1080/15389588.2017.1283490

Truong, L.T., Sarvi, M., Currie, G. An investigation of multiplier effects generated by implementing queue jump lanes at multiple intersections. Journal of Advanced Transportation. 2016. doi: 10.1002/atr.1424

Truong, L.T., Kieu, L.-M., Vu, T.A. Spatiotemporal and random parameter panel data models of traffic crash fatalities in Vietnam. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2016;94:153-161.

Truong, L.T., Nguyen, H.T.T., De Gruyter, C. Mobile phone use among motorcyclists and electric bike riders: A case study of Hanoi, Vietnam. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2016;91:208-215.

Truong, L.T., Sarvi, M., Currie, G., Garoni, T.M. Required traffic micro-simulation runs for reliable multivariate performance estimates. Journal of Advanced Transportation. 2016;50(3):296-314.

Truong, L.T., Sarvi, M., Currie, G. Exploring multiplier effects generated by bus lane combinations. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2015;2533:68-77.

Truong, L.T., Somenahalli, S.V.C. Exploring frequency of public transport use among older adults: a study in Adelaide, Australia. Travel Behaviour and Society. 2015;2(3):148-155.

Truong, L.T., Somenahalli, S.V.C. Using GIS to identify pedestrian-vehicle crash hot spots and unsafe bus stops. Journal of Public Transportation. 2011;14(1):99-114.

Refereed Conference Papers

Truong, L.T., De Gruyter, C., Currie, G., Delbosc, A. Estimating the trip generation impacts of autonomous vehicles on car travel in Victoria, Australia. Paper presented at: Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting; 2017; Washington, D.C.

Truong, L.T., Currie, G., Wallace, M., De Gruyter, C. Does combining transit signal priority with dedicated bus lanes or queue jump lanes at multiple intersections create multiplier effects? Paper presented at: Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting; 2017; Washington, D.C.

Truong, L.T., Currie, G., Wallace, M., De Gruyter, C. Exploring multiplier effects generated by combining transit signal priority with dedicated bus lanes or queue jump lanes on arterials. Paper presented at: 38th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF 2016); 2016; Melbourne, Australia.

Truong, L.T., Currie, G., Wallace, M. Estimating delay reduction associated with bus priority measures using kinematic wave theory. Paper presented at: 23rd World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems; 2016; Melbourne, Australia.

Truong, L.T. Transit signal priority model considering arterial progression and stochastic bus arrival time. Paper presented at: 14th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR); 2016; Shanghai, China.

Truong, L.T., Currie, G., Sarvi, M., 2016. Analytical and simulation approaches to understand combined effects of transit signal priority and road-space priority measures. 14th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR), Shanghai, China.

Truong, L.T., Sarvi, M., Currie, G. An experimental study of multiplier effects created by providing transit signal priority at multiple intersections. Paper presented at: Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting; 2016; Washington, D.C.

Truong, L.T., Sarvi, M., Currie, G. Investigating multiplier effects created by combinations of transit signal priority measures on arterials. Paper presented at: 37th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF 2015); 2015; Sydney, Australia.

Truong, L.T., Sarvi, M., Currie, G., Garoni, T.M. How many simulation runs are required to achieve statistically confident results? a case study of simulation-based surrogate safety measures. Paper presented at: IEEE 18th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC); 2015; Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.

Truong, L.T., Sarvi, M., Currie, G. Do multiple combinations of bus lane sections create a multiplier effect?: a micro-simulation approach. Paper presented at: Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting; 2015; Washington, D.C.

Truong, L.T., Somenahalli, S.V.C. Exploring mobility of older people: a case study of Adelaide. Paper presented at: 34th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF 2011); 2011; Adelaide, Australia.