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04. September 2021 · Comments Off on Watch Alabama vs. Miami Live Online – Start Your Free Trial 2021 · Categories: Journal Papers

The reigning college football national champion Alabama Crimson Tide begin their title defense on Saturday with a matchup against the No. 14-ranked Miami Hurricanes in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

The game (3:30 p.m. ET start time) will be televised on ABC. But if you don’t have cable, here are some different ways you can watch a live stream of Miami vs Alabama online:

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Once signed up for DirecTV Stream, you can watch Miami vs Alabama live on the DirecTV Stream app, which is available on your Roku, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV or Fire Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Samsung TV, any device with Android TV (such as a Sony TV or Nvidia Shield), iPhone, Android phone, iPad or Android tablet. Or you can watch on your computer via the DirecTV Stream website.

You can also watch live via ESPN.com or the ESPN app. You’ll need to sign in to a participating internet service provider to watch games on ABC (labeled ESPN3), but if you don’t have that, you can use your DirecTV Stream credentials (may still be listed as AT&T on the list of cable providers) to log in and watch.

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Miami vs Alabama Preview

The 2021 college football season gets rolling this weekend when the defending national champion and No. 1-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide take on the No. 14-ranked Miami Hurricanes in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game.

Alabama is coming off a perfect 13-0 season where they ran the table in the regular season against 11 SEC opponents and then went on to beat Notre Dame and Ohio State in the College Football Playoff to take home their sixth national title in 11 seasons under head coach Nick Saban.

It will be a tough act to follow for the Crimson Tide offense, who will have to replace the key playmakers from an offense that was one of the most efficient in history, including quarterback Mac Jones, Heisman Award-winning wide receiver DaVonta Smith and running back Najee Harris. The high-powered offensive attack averaged 542 yards and 49 points per game during their unblemished season.

Filling the shoes of the field general Mac Jones (who will start under center for the New England Patriots this season) will be the highly-touted sophomore QB, Bryce Young. The five-star prospect was the No. 2 overall recruit in the 2020 signing class and now steps in to lead Alabama in the wake of Jones, Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts.

One of Jones’ top weapons this season will be junior wide receiver John Metchie III, who was second on the team last season with 55 catches for 916 yards and six touchdowns.

The top NFL prospect on the Crimson Tide roster heading into the season will be offensive tackle, Evan Neal. The 6-7, 360-pound junior is a versatile force who will be moving from right tackle to the left side of the line.

Drawing the defending champs in the opening game will be a tall task for 14th-ranked Miami, who finished 8-3 in 2020. The Hurricanes got off to an 8-1 start last season, before falling in their last two contests to North Carolina in the regular-season finale and Oklahoma State in the Cheez-It Bowl.

Miami’s play-making senior quarterback D’Eriq King will be returning just in time, following eight months of rehab to recover from a significant knee injury he suffered in the Hurricanes’ bowl game last December.

“When I tore it that night, I knew I was going to play the first game,” King said about returning for this season’s opener. “There was no doubt in my mind I was going to come back.”

King, who is returning for a sixth and final collegiate season, had a stellar 2020 season for the Hurricanes after transferring from the University of Houston, throwing for 2,686 yards and 23 TDs, while also rushing for 538 yards.

Miami returns the majority of their offensive starters, including their top receivers – Mike Harley, Mark Pope and Dee Wiggins. King will also have junior Charleston Rambo in his arsenal of weapons to throw to – a transfer wideout from the University of Oklahoma who had 43 catches for 743 yards and five TDs in his sophomore season, followed by 25 catches and 312 receiving yards and three TDs in 2020.

Manny Diaz will be entering his third season as Miami’s head coach. The Hurricanes were ranked second in the ACC Media’s Coastal Division preseason poll, behind the North Carolina Tarheels. The favorite to take home the ACC’s Atlantic Division is the powerhouse Clemson Tigers.

Vegas doesn’t think this one will be close, tabbing Alabama as 19-point favorites heading into the opener, according to Odds Shark.

11. January 2018 · Comments Off on AN ARTERIAL-BASED TRANSIT SIGNAL PRIORITY CONTROL SYSTEM · Categories: Conference Papers

Abstract: To contend with the negative impacts of intersection-based transit system priority (TSP) control on side-street traffic and also to enhance its effectiveness from the entire arterial’s perspective, this study presents an integrated arterial-based TSP system to promote the bus operations. The proposed system employs an off-line transit-based progression system to produce the base signal plan, which is embedded with a feature to minimize the negative impacts of local TSP implementation on non-priority movements at critical intersections. With its specially designed evaluation function, the proposed system is capable of minimizing ineffective activations of local TSP which often results in undesirable arriving patterns to its downstream intersection and excessive delays of all vehicles. Extensive evaluation with simulation experiments confirms that the proposed system, integrating local TSP with transit-based signal progression systems, can indeed circumvent the deficiencies of conventional TSP and produce the expected benefits to both passenger cars and transit vehicles over the entire arterial.
Presented at TRB’s 97th Annual Meeting, January 7-11, 2018, in Washington, D.C.

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29. August 2017 · Comments Off on Intelligent Dilemma Zone Protection System at High-Speed Intersections · Categories: Publications, SHA Reports And Presentation

Drivers’ actions in an intersection’s dilemma zone – the area where the decision to stop at a yellow light or continue through it is not clear-cut – can lead to side-angle and rear-end crashes. In Maryland, researchers developed an intelligent dilemma zone protection system (DZPS) that is reducing these crashes by anticipating drivers’ decisions and responding. The DZPS system was deployed at two high-speed rural intersections (US 40@Western Maryland Parkway and MD 213@Williams/Locust Point Road), and it has three components:

(1) two wide-range sensors to track the speeds and locations of all vehicles within the identified dilemma zones;
(2) software to predict the response of drivers during the yellow phase and to activate the all-red extension function if needed; and
(3) a web-based module for responsible engineers/technicians to monitor the system’s performance from a control center.

Measured benefits of DZPS include a 30 to 40 percent reduction in dilemma zone length and fewer vehicles approaching the intersection at speeds greater than the posted speed limit. The all-red extensions have helped prevent crashes between through traffic and vehicles entering the intersection from the cross street.

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11. January 2017 · Comments Off on Design, Deployment, and Evaluation of the Dilemma Zone Protection System · Categories: Publications, Thesis / Dissertation

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16. September 2016 · Comments Off on State of the Practice, Case Studies and Analysis Tools on Unconventional Intersection & Interchange Designs in Maryland · Categories: Thesis / Dissertation

Authors: Minseok Kim, Hyeonmi Kim, Sungyoon Park and Saed Rahwanji

Conference: presentation at the 2014 TRB Alternative Intersections & Interchanges Symposium.

Unconventional Design: Six types of UIDs, including Superstreet (RCUT), CFI, CGT, DDI, SPUI, and  DRI.

Purpose: presents the state of practice, case studies and analysis tools on unconventional designs in Maryland.

Abstract:
The Maryland State Highway Administration (MSHA) has been active in adopting unconventional design concepts at local intersections and interchanges as a feasible solution for relieving arterial congestion and improving safety. This paper presents the state of practice, case studies and analysis tools on unconventional designs in Maryland. The state of the practice focuses on six concepts consisting of restricted crossing u-turn (RCUT) intersection, continuous flow intersection (CFI), continuous green-T (CGT) intersection, diverging diamond interchange (DDI), single point urban interchange (SPUI), and double roundabout interchange (DRI). Case studies summarize the planning and design considerations that have been made for the first signalized RCUT intersection and DDI in the State of Maryland in addition to the 2nd CFI in Maryland. An overview of two analysis tools, developed as a joint research effort between MSHA and the University of Maryland at College Park, is also provided to introduce the Maryland Intersection Design & Capacity Analysis Program (MIDCAP) and Maryland Unconventional Intersection Designs (MUID) Analysis Tool. MIDCAP is useful to conduct capacity and queuing analyses based on the MSHA’s standard critical lane volume (CLV) and queuing methodology. MUID Analysis Tool contains statistical models to estimate the delay and queue in planning evaluations and models to optimize signal timings in operation analysis for three design concepts: 1) CFI, 2) DDI, and 3) signalized RCUT.

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04. August 2016 · Comments Off on Development of Interval-based Planning Models for Evaluating the Bay Length in a Signalized Superstreet · Categories: SHA Reports And Presentation

Authors: Liu Xu, Xianfeng Yang, Geng-len Chang and Saed Rahwanji

Conference: Presentation at 2015 TRB Annual Meeting

Unconventional Design: Signalized Superstreet

Purpose:  Developed a set of interval-based queue models for evaluating the bay lengths among a signalized superstreet.

Abstract:
Despite the extensive implementations of Superstreets on congested arterials, a reliable tool for effective assessment of their geometric designs remains unavailable in the literature. To satisfy such a need, this study presents a convenient planning method that allows users to reliably estimate the queue size and its variation (interval) on each critical link in a Superstreet, based on the given signal plan and observed range of volumes. Grounded on a set of simulation experiments with well-calibrated network, this study also shows the significant interrelations between intersection delay and link occupancy rates by traffic queues. Hence, the estimated queue intervals in comparison with the proposed link length offers the basis for design engineers to evaluate if any queue spillover and lane blockage may occur on any critical links, and to determine if the preliminary geometric design needs to be revised, or the signal coordination between a Superstreet’s sub-intersections shall be redesigned. To assess the proposed model’s effectiveness, the study further conducts a simulation evaluation with the field data from a Superstreet in Maryland, and the results of extensive experiments confirm the reliability and applicability of the proposed model in evaluating the design of Superstreet.

04. August 2016 · Comments Off on Operational Analysis and Signal Design for Asymmetric Two-Leg Continuous Flow Intersections · Categories: Journal Papers, Publications

Authors: Xianfeng Yang, Yao Cheng and Gang-Len Chang

Journal: Journal of the Transportation Research Board (TRR),2015

Unconventional Design: Asymmetric Two-leg CFI

Purpose:  Developed a signal optimization model for asymmetric Two-leg CFI by concurrently optimizing both the phase sequence and offsets.

Abstract:
Despite the increasing implementation of Continuous Flow Intersection (CFI) in practice, the development of reliable guidelines for its operational analysis and signal design remains at the infancy stage, especially for the popular two-leg asymmetric CFI design due to its relative low cost and desirable efficiency. To best utilize the capacity of such a CFI design, this paper presents a signal optimization model that can serve as an effective tool for engineers to design the cycle length, phase duration and sequences, and offsets for both its primary and sub intersections. By accounting for the commonly-encountered constraints of short bay length for turning movements and the interrelations between critical flow movements, the proposed model can prevent the queue spillover on left turn bays, and offer concurrent progression for both the through and left-turn flows. To ensure the applicability and effectiveness of the proposed model, this study has further used the data from a proposed asymmetric CFI in Maryland for performance evaluation. The results of extensive simulation with field data confirm that the proposed signal optimization with its capability to account for all physical constraints and flow conflicts can indeed perform as expected, that is, offering concurrent progression to both through and left-turning flows and preventing any queue from spilling over its designated bay.

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03. August 2016 · Comments Off on Design and Performance Evaluation for Superstreet Intersections · Categories: SHA Reports And Presentation

Authors: Xianfeng Yang, Xiyang Song, Hyeonmi Kim, Gang-Len Chang and Saed Rahwanji

Conference: Presentation at 2014 Alternative Intersection & Interchange Symposium (Salt Lake City)

Unconventional Design: Superstreet

Purpose:  Developed a planning model for the Superstreet geometric design based on the VISSIM simulated maximum queue lengths.

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03. August 2016 · Comments Off on Development of Planning-Stage Models for Analyzing Continuous Flow Intersections · Categories: Journal Papers, Publications

Authors: Xianfeng Yang, Gang-Len Chang, Yang Lu, and Saed Rahwanji

Journal: Journal of Transportation Engineering 2013

Unconventional Design: CFI

Purpose:  Developed a set of planning models for CFI geometry design based on the estimated maximal queue length for each link.

Abstract:
Despite the increasing use of continuous-flow intersections (CFIs) to contend with the congestion caused by heavy through and left-turn traffic flows, a reliable and convenient tool for the traffic community to identify potential deficiencies of a CFI’s design is not yet available. This is due to the unique geometric feature of CFI, which comprises one primary intersection and several crossover intersections. The interdependent relationship between traffic delays and queues at a CFI with five closely spaced intersections cannot be fully captured with the existing analysis models, which were developed primarily for conventional intersections. In response to such a need, this study presents a comprehensive analysis for the overall CFI delay, identifies the potential queue spillback locations, and develops a set of planning-stage models for the CFI design geometry. To facilitate the application of these proposed models, this paper also includes a case study of a CFI at the intersection of MD 4 and MD 235 constructed by the Maryland State Highway Administration.

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03. May 2016 · Comments Off on DEVELOPMENT OF PLANNING AND EVALUATION MODELS FOR SUPERSTREET · Categories: homepage, Thesis / Dissertation, Traffic Operations, Traffic Safety

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This presentation is for Master’s thesis defence of Liu Xu on May 3rd, 2016.

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