Civil Engineering, University of Toronto

Activity-Based Travel Demand Modelling


“Daily Activity-Travel Scheduling Behaviour of Non-Workers in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 97:1-16

“Investigating the role of social networks in start time and duration of activities trivariate simultaneous econometric model”. Transportation Research Record 2230, 1–8.

“An activity-based approach of investigating travel demand of older people: Application of a time-space constrained scheduling model for older people in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation (Forthcoming)

“A framework to automate travel activity recognition using land use data: The case of four-square in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA)”. Transportation Research Record 2526: 136-142.

“A RUM based dynamic activity scheduling model: Application in weekend activity scheduling”. Transportation 38(1): 123–151.

“Analysis of work trip timing and model choice in greater Toronto area”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 37: 695–705.

“The social context of activity scheduling: a discrete-continuous model of the relationship between ‘with whom’ and activity episode start time and duration”. Transportation Research Record 2076: 81–87. Pyke Johnson Award: Outstanding Paper in Planning and Environment.

“Investigating multiple activity participation and time-use decisions by using a multivariate Kuhn-Tucker demand system model”. Transportation Letters 1: 257–269.

“Modelling daily travel-activity program generation considering within-day and day-to-day dynamics”. Transportation 35: 487–848.

“Modelling activity generation: A utility based model for activity-agenda formation”. Transportmetrica 5(1): 3–23.

“Validation of TASHA: A 24-hour travel-activity microsimulation model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 42: 360–375.

“Modelling individuals’ frequency and time allocation behaviour for shopping trips/activities considering household-based random effects”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 78–87.

“Modelling workers’ skeleton travel-activity schedules”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 88–97.


Demand Forecasting


“Exploiting the elicited confidence ratings of SP surveys for better estimates of choice model parameters: The case of commuting mode choices in a multimodal transportation system”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 105:1-13

"Examining the Difference Between Park and Ride and Kiss and Ride Station Choices Using a Spatially Weighted Error Correlation (SWEC) Discrete Choice Model" Transport Geography 59:111-119

“Development of an employer-based TDM strategy evaluation tool with and advanced discrete choice model in its core”. Transportation Research Record 2542: 65-74

“Daily Activity-Travel Scheduling Behaviour of Non-Workers in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 97:1-16

“Improving choice model parameter estimates by jointly modelling the SP choices with corresponding elicited certainty ratings”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 95:305-319

“Information provision and driver compliance to ATIS application: Case study on the interaction between variable message sign and other sources of traffic updates in Calgary, Canada”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38(12): 1335–1346.

“Modelling carpool mode choice with explicit consideration of willingness to consider carpool in choice set by hybrid choice model”. Transportation 38(4): 587–604.

“Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

“A RUM based dynamic activity scheduling model: Application in weekend activity scheduling”. Transportation 38(1): 123–151.

“Modelling travellers’ response to incidence information provided by variable message signs in Calgary”. Transportation Research Record 2185: 71–80.

“Analysis of work trip timing and model choice in greater Toronto area”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 37: 695–705.

“An investigation of commuting trip timing and mode choice in the greater Toronto area: Application of a joint discrete-continuous model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43: 639–653.

“An activity-based approach of investigating travel demand of older people: Application of a time-space constrained scheduling model for older people in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation (Forthcoming)

“Modelling daily travel-activity program generation considering within-day and day-to-day dynamics”. Transportation 35: 487–848.

“Validation of TASHA: A 24-hour travel-activity microsimulation model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 42: 360–375.

“Modelling individuals’ frequency and time allocation behaviour for shopping trips/activities considering household-based random effects”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 78–87.

“Effects of alternative transportation options on traffic congestion and air pollution in Dhaka city”. Journal of Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers of Bangladesh 31(2): 165–175.

“Modelling workers’ skeleton travel-activity schedules”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 88–97.


Land Use-Transportation Interactions/Modelling


"Examining the Difference Between Park and Ride and Kiss and Ride Station Choices Using a Spatially Weighted Error Correlation (SWEC) Discrete Choice Model" Transport Geography 59:111-119

“Office Decisions to Change Location: Stress-Triggered Approach”. Transportation Research Record, 2077: 175–181.


Econometric Choice Modelling


“Exploiting the elicited confidence ratings of SP surveys for better estimates of choice model parameters: The case of commuting mode choices in a multimodal transportation system”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 105:1-13

"Examining the Difference Between Park and Ride and Kiss and Ride Station Choices Using a Spatially Weighted Error Correlation (SWEC) Discrete Choice Model" Transport Geography 59:111-119

“Development of an employer-based TDM strategy evaluation tool with and advanced discrete choice model in its core”. Transportation Research Record 2542: 65-74

“Daily Activity-Travel Scheduling Behaviour of Non-Workers in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 97:1-16

“Improving choice model parameter estimates by jointly modelling the SP choices with corresponding elicited certainty ratings”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 95:305-319

“Information provision and driver compliance to ATIS application: Case study on the interaction between variable message sign and other sources of traffic updates in Calgary, Canada”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38(12): 1335–1346.

“Investigating the role of social networks in start time and duration of activities trivariate simultaneous econometric model”. Transportation Research Record 2230, 1–8.

“Modelling carpool mode choice with explicit consideration of willingness to consider carpool in choice set by hybrid choice model”. Transportation 38(4): 587–604.

“Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

“A RUM based dynamic activity scheduling model: Application in weekend activity scheduling”. Transportation 38(1): 123–151.

“Model of personal attitude towards transit service quality”. Journal of Advanced Transportation 45(4): 271–285.

“Modelling travellers’ response to incidence information provided by variable message signs in Calgary”. Transportation Research Record 2185: 71–80.

“An investigation of commuting trip timing and mode choice in the greater Toronto area: Application of a joint discrete-continuous model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43: 639–653.

“Investigating multiple activity participation and time-use decisions by using a multivariate Kuhn-Tucker demand system model”. Transportation Letters 1: 257–269.

“Modelling activity generation: A utility based model for activity-agenda formation”. Transportmetrica 5(1): 3–23.

“An activity-based approach of investigating travel demand of older people: Application of a time-space constrained scheduling model for older people in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation (Forthcoming)

“Modelling daily travel-activity program generation considering within-day and day-to-day dynamics”. Transportation 35: 487–848.

“The social context of activity scheduling: a discrete-continuous model of the relationship between ‘with whom’ and activity episode start time and duration”. Transportation Research Record 2076: 81–87. Pyke Johnson Award: Outstanding Paper in Planning and Environment.

“Office Decisions to Change Location: Stress-Triggered Approach”. Transportation Research Record, 2077: 175–181.

“Modelling individuals’ frequency and time allocation behaviour for shopping trips/activities considering household-based random effects”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 78–87.

“Modelling workers’ skeleton travel-activity schedules”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 88–97.


Non-Motorized Modes Planing/Demand Estimation

“Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

“Development of an employer-based TDM strategy evaluation tool with and advanced discrete choice model in its core”. Transportation Research Record 2542: 65-74



Transit Planing/Demand Estimation


“Exploiting the elicited confidence ratings of SP surveys for better estimates of choice model parameters: The case of commuting mode choices in a multimodal transportation system”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 105:1-13

"Examining the Difference Between Park and Ride and Kiss and Ride Station Choices Using a Spatially Weighted Error Correlation (SWEC) Discrete Choice Model" Transport Geography 59:111-119

“Development of an employer-based TDM strategy evaluation tool with and advanced discrete choice model in its core”. Transportation Research Record 2542: 65-74

“Daily Activity-Travel Scheduling Behaviour of Non-Workers in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 97:1-16

“Improving choice model parameter estimates by jointly modelling the SP choices with corresponding elicited certainty ratings”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 95:305-319

“Information provision and driver compliance to ATIS application: Case study on the interaction between variable message sign and other sources of traffic updates in Calgary, Canada”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38(12): 1335–1346.

“Modelling carpool mode choice with explicit consideration of willingness to consider carpool in choice set by hybrid choice model”. Transportation 38(4): 587–604.

“Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

“Model of personal attitude towards transit service quality”. Journal of Advanced Transportation 45(4): 271–285.

“Modelling travellers’ response to incidence information provided by variable message signs in Calgary”. Transportation Research Record 2185: 71–80.

“Analysis of work trip timing and model choice in greater Toronto area”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 37: 695–705.

“An investigation of commuting trip timing and mode choice in the greater Toronto area: Application of a joint discrete-continuous model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43: 639–653.

“Socio-economic conditions and travel behaviour of inter-city bus passengers: Bangladesh perspective”, Journal of Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers of Bangladesh 30(2): 91–100.

“Effects of alternative transportation options on traffic congestion and air pollution in Dhaka city”. Journal of Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers of Bangladesh 31(2): 165–175.


Strategic Transportation Planning and Policy Analysis


“Development of an employer-based TDM strategy evaluation tool with and advanced discrete choice model in its core”. Transportation Research Record 2542: 65-74

"Examining the Difference Between Park and Ride and Kiss and Ride Station Choices Using a Spatially Weighted Error Correlation (SWEC) Discrete Choice Model" Transport Geography 59:111-119

“Information provision and driver compliance to ATIS application: Case study on the interaction between variable message sign and other sources of traffic updates in Calgary, Canada”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38(12): 1335–1346.

“Modelling carpool mode choice with explicit consideration of willingness to consider carpool in choice set by hybrid choice model”. Transportation 38(4): 587–604.

“Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

“Modelling travellers’ response to incidence information provided by variable message signs in Calgary”. Transportation Research Record 2185: 71–80.

“Analysis of work trip timing and model choice in greater Toronto area”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 37: 695–705.

“Office Decisions to Change Location: Stress-Triggered Approach”. Transportation Research Record, 2077: 175–181.

“An investigation of commuting trip timing and mode choice in the greater Toronto area: Application of a joint discrete-continuous model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43: 639–653.

“Validation of TASHA: A 24-hour travel-activity microsimulation model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 42: 360–375.

“Effects of alternative transportation options on traffic congestion and air pollution in Dhaka city”. Journal of Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers of Bangladesh 31(2): 165–175.

“Modelling individuals’ frequency and time allocation behaviour for shopping trips/activities considering household-based random effects”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 78–87.

“Modelling workers’ skeleton travel-activity schedules”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 88–97.


Travel Survey Methods and Transportation Data


“Investigating the role of social networks in start time and duration of activities trivariate simultaneous econometric model”. Transportation Research Record 2230, 1–8.

“Development of an employer-based TDM strategy evaluation tool with and advanced discrete choice model in its core”. Transportation Research Record 2542: 65-74

“Modelling carpool mode choice with explicit consideration of willingness to consider carpool in choice set by hybrid choice model”. Transportation 38(4): 587–604.

“Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

“A framework to automate travel activity recognition using land use data: The case of four-square in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA)”. Transportation Research Record 2526: 136-142.

“Using smart phone and sensor technology to automate travel data collection”. Transportation Research Record 2383(2): 48–52.


Stated Preference (SP) Survey & Valuation


“Exploiting the elicited confidence ratings of SP surveys for better estimates of choice model parameters: The case of commuting mode choices in a multimodal transportation system”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 105:1-13

“Modelling carpool mode choice with explicit consideration of willingness to consider carpool in choice set by hybrid choice model”. Transportation 38(4): 587–604.

“Improving choice model parameter estimates by jointly modelling the SP choices with corresponding elicited certainty ratings”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice (Forthcoming)

“Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

“Model of personal attitude towards transit service quality”. Journal of Advanced Transportation 45(4): 271–285.


Transportation and Society


“An activity-based approach of investigating travel demand of older people: Application of a time-space constrained scheduling model for older people in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation (Forthcoming)

“Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

“The social context of activity scheduling: a discrete-continuous model of the relationship between ‘with whom’ and activity episode start time and duration”. Transportation Research Record 2076: 81–87. Pyke Johnson Award: Outstanding Paper in Planning and Environment.

“Socio-economic conditions and travel behaviour of inter-city bus passengers: Bangladesh perspective”, Journal of Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers of Bangladesh 30(2): 91–100.



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Email: khandker.nurulhabib@utoronto.ca,
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