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- Assessing the influence of indicators’ complexity on hybrid discrete choice model estimates
Transportation, 2020, 47, (1), 373-396 View citations (1)
- Confronting congestion in urban areas: Developing Sustainable Mobility Plans for public and private organizations in Bogotá
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2020, 134, (C), 321-335 View citations (1)
- Developing an urban bikeability index for different types of cyclists as a tool to prioritise bicycle infrastructure investments
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2020, 139, (C), 310-334 View citations (2)
- On the use of virtual immersive reality for discrete choice experiments to modelling pedestrian behaviour
Journal of choice modelling, 2020, 37, (C)
- Stakeholders perceptions to sustainable urban freight policies in emerging markets
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2020, 132, (C), 329-348 View citations (5)
- Urban walkability considering pedestrians’ perceptions of the built environment: a 10-year review and a case study in a medium-sized city in Latin America
Transport Reviews, 2020, 40, (2), 183-203 View citations (4)
- Assessing the impact of major infrastructure projects on port choice decision: The Colombian case
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2019, 120, (C), 132-148 View citations (6)
- Using best–worst scaling to identify barriers to walkability: a study of Porto Alegre, Brazil
Transportation, 2019, 46, (6), 2347-2379 View citations (5)
- Willingness to pay functions for emergency ambulance services
Journal of choice modelling, 2019, 30, (C), 28-37
- Incentivizing alternative fuel vehicles: the influence of transport policies, attitudes and perceptions
Transportation, 2018, 45, (6), 1721-1753 View citations (10)
- Influence of attitudes and perceptions on deprivation cost functions
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 2018, 112, (C), 125-141 View citations (2)
- Modelling with joint choice of ports and countries of origin and destination: application to Colombian ports
Maritime Policy & Management, 2018, 45, (6), 720-738 View citations (3)
- Encouraging intermodality: A stated preference analysis of freight mode choice in Rio Grande do Sul
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2017, 102, (C), 202-211 View citations (14)
- From restricting the use of cars by license plate numbers to congestion charging: Analysis for Medellin, Colombia
Transport Policy, 2017, 60, (C), 119-130 View citations (9)
- Accounting for stochastic variables in discrete choice models
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 2015, 78, (C), 222-237 View citations (5)
- How are comfort and safety perceived by inland waterway transport passengers?
Transport Policy, 2014, 36, (C), 46-52 View citations (3)
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