An Evaluation of the Detroit Freeway Operations (SCANDI) Project, Michigan
Department of Transportation.
The Development of a High-Accident-Location-Identification System for Local
Agencies, Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning, Michigan State Police.
An Investigation of the Traffic Accident Involvement of Older Drivers in the
State of Illinois, Illinois Department of Transportation.
Dr. Maleck is interested in all areas of highway engineering; especially
geometric design, traffic flow and control, traffic simulation, and in the
reduction of traffic accidents and personal injuries.
Michigan State University: Ph.D., Transportation
Awards and Honors:
Meritorious Service to the State of Michigan, Governor James J. Blanchard.
The Geometric Design and Safety of Freeway Interchanges, with W.C.
Taylor and others, Proceedings of the Indian Road Congress – An International
Seminar on Expressways/High-Speed Facilities in Developing Countries,
New Delhi, India, 1991.
Impact of Vehicle Size on Highway Safety, with K. Kuroda and W.C.
Taylor, Transportation Research Board 64th Annual Meeting,
Washington, D.C., 1985.
The Prediction of Highway Accidents as a Function of Geometry and Environment,
Compendium of Technical Papers, Institute of Transportation Engineers, London,
Phone: (517) 355-5107 Fax: (517) 432-1827 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Michigan State University
428 S. Shaw Lane, Room 3546
East Lansing, MI 48824