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  1. Shamshiripour, A., Rahimi, E., Mohammadian, A.K. and Auld, J., 2020. “Investigating the influence of latent lifestyles on productive travels: Insights into designing autonomous transit system.” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 141, pp.469-484.

  2. Shabanpour, R., Shamshiripour, A. and Mohammadian, A. K., 2018. “Modeling adoption timing of autonomous vehicles: innovation diffusion approach.” Transportation, 45(6), pp.1607-1621.

  3. Shabanpour, R., Golshani, N., Shamshiripour, A. and Mohammadian, A.K., 2018. “Eliciting preferences for adoption of fully automated vehicles using best-worst analysis.” Transportation research part C: emerging technologies, 93, pp.463-478.

Recent Research Projects

  • A multi-day Needs-based Approach to Travel Demand and the Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Mode Choice

Collaborators: Kexin (Sally) Chen, Jingping (Jenna) Guan, Varun Pattabhiraman, Ravi Seshadri, Moshe Ben-Akiva

Sponsor: Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning and Design Research Center, Shenzhen, China.

Research context: China – nation-wide

  • Understanding the range of perceptions towards Urban Air Mobility and Autonomous Vehicles

Collarorators: Motahare (Yalda) Mohammadi, Taha Hossein Rashidi, Mohammad Javad Javadinasr, Ehsan Rahimi, Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian

  • Analyzing Retrospective and Futuristic Scenarios of Highway Expansion and Tolling Using SimMobility and Operational Tri-POP

Collaborators: Kentaro Mori, Kexin (Sally) Chen, Ravi Seshadri, Moshe Ben-Akiva

Sponsor: Cintra-Ferrovial, Madrid, Spain.

Research context: The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area

  • Behavioral Response to Mobility-as-a- Service Across Different Types of Cities

Collaborators: Emma Desoto, Jingping (Jenna) Guan, Ravi Seshadri, Carlos M. Lima Azevedo, Moshe Ben-Akiva

Sponsor: Ford, U.S.

Research context: Three North American Prototypical cities of: Auto Innovative, Auto Sprawl, and Mass-transit Heavy Weight (see Oke et al. (2019) for a list of all prototypical classes.)

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