1985 B.Sc. in Civil Engineering at Jordan University
1993 Masc. in Traffic and Highway Engineering at Jordan University
2000 PhD in Traffic Planning and Engineering at Lund University
1985-2002 work at Ministry of Public Works and Housing, Jordan in a number of positions. The work covers wide range of activities ranging from road-safety to pavement design and evaluation including traffic studies.
2002-Present Assistance professor at Engineering Technology Faculty, Al-Balqa`a Applied University, Jordan
Consultant in traffic and transportation economic.
Jordan Pedestrian Society (2004)
International Committee on Traffic Safety Theories ( 1996)
Jordan Society for the Prevention of Road Accidents (1990)
Jordan Road Society (1990)
Jordan Engineering Association (1985)
Main areas of interest
The traffic conflict technique and its application in developing countries.
Road Safety Audits
Road user’s behavior
Traffic control devices
Travel behavior and travel demand
Pavement Design & Evaluation
Shbeeb et al (2005) The Relation between Speed-Lane Choice and Road Accidents in Jordan. Driving Assessment Conference, Rockport, Maine, USA
Shbeeb and Hamamdeh (2005) Are overtaking maneuvers involving high risk in Jordan? ICTCT Extra workshop in Campo Grande, Brazil.
Shbeeb and Hamamdeh (2004) Investments on two-lane highway in Jordan. ICTCT workshop in Tartu, Estonia.
Shbeeb et al (2004) Accident under-reporting in Jordan. Jordan International conference on sustainable transportation systems, Jordan.
Awad et al (2004) Simulated written exam for licensed drivers in Jordan. Jordan International conference on sustainable transportation systems.
Shbeeb and Salim (2003) A study into pedestrian safety Problem in Jordan. Safe non-motorized traffic, 15th ICTCT workshop in Vancouver, Canada.
Shbeeb (2003) Swedish traffic conflicts technique use in safety evaluation: Its application in developing countries. Black-spots Identification Conference, Amman, Jordan.
Shbeeb et al. (2002) Traffic safety Audit in Jordan. Annual Jordan traffic safety conference, Amman Jordan.