• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1493

Emerging Research on Social and Economic Factors

Tuesday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Poster
Steven Farber, University of Toronto, presiding
Alexa Delbosc, Monash University, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Social and Economic Factors of Transportation (ADD20)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Heterogeneous Residential Preferences Among Millennials and Members of Generation X in California: A Latent-Class Approach
Yongsung Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Giovanni Circella, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Patricia Mokhtarian, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Subhrajit Guhathakurta, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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19-04302
Commuting Distance and Individual Accessibility
Georgios Sarlas, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Kay W. Axhausen, Institute for Transport Planning and Systems
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19-05928
Car-Deficit Households: Determinants and Implications for Household Travel
Evelyn Blumenberg, UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies
Anne Brown, University of Oregon
Andrew Schouten, University of California, Los Angeles
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19-05129
Development of Multi-Variate Ordered Probit Model to Understand Household Vehicle Ownership Behavior in the Xiaoshan District of Hangzhou, China
Xin Ye, Tongji University
Jie Ma, Tongji University
Cheng Shi
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19-04749
Too Poor to Go It Alone?: The Socioeconomics of Shared Mobility in the 2010s
Brian D. Taylor, University of California, Los Angeles
Mark D. Garrett, UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies
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19-04178
A Statistical Analysis of Consumers’ Perceptions Toward Automated Vehicles and Their Intended Adoption
Nikhil Menon, USF Center for Urban Transportation Research
Yu Zhang, University of South Florida
Abdul Pinjari, Indian Institute of Science
Fred Mannering, University of South Florida
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19-03428
Functional Form in Hedonic Regression: Determining the End of Significance of Transit Proximity Effects on Property Value Uplift
Robert Hibberd, University of Arizona
Kristina M Currans, University of Arizona
Arthur C. Nelson, University of Arizona
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19-03378
Shifting Gears for the Automated Vehicle: Findings from Focus Groups in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area
Elyse Comeau, Sajecki Planning Inc.
Matthias Sweet, Ryerson University
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19-02715
Exploring the Economic Implications of a Connected and Automated Mobility
Saana Ollila, European Commission
Frank Meissner, Frame Solution Zum Havelstrand 21 14542 Werder (Havel)
María Alonso Raposo, European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Monica Grosso, European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Jette Krause, European Commission
Biagio Ciuffo, European Commission, Joint Research Centre
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19-02108
Dynamic Study of Social Diversity in Montreal
Judith Mageau-Béland, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Catherine Morency, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
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19-01532
Coupling Up, Breaking Up, Having Kids, Graduating, and Moving: A Mobility Biography Approach to Studying Car Ownership in the United States
Nicholas J. Klein, Cornell University
Michael Smart, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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19-01475
Understanding the Influence of Mobility as a Service on Job Accessiblity and Transportation Equity
Fangru Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology
Catherine Ross, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Alex Karner, University of Texas, Austin
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19-01362
Future Access to Essential Services in a Growing Smart City
Jerome Mayaud, University of British Columbia
Martino Tran, University of British Columbia
Rafael H. M. Pereira, Institute for Applied Economic Research (Ipea)
Rohan Nuttall, University of British Columbia
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19-00324