• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 24–28, 2021

    • Online Program

2021

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1080

1080 - Transport Policy, Planning, and New Mobility Adoption in Developing Countries

Monday, January 25 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM ET
Poster
Samuel Zimmerman, The World Bank,
Joanna Moody, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT),

Manjiri Akalkotkar, VIA Metropolitan Transit
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Transportation in the Developing Countries (AME40)

New mobility options such as ride-hailing and e-commerce are disrupting urban mobility patterns and changing the way we plan around public transport. This session will explore changes in transportation policy and planning and the impacts of new mobility adoption in developing countries, with case studies from Latin America and the Caribbean, South and East Asia, and the Middle East.



No agenda available

Title Presentation Number
Direct Costs of Congestion in Latin America
Santiago Sanchez-Gonzalez, Inter-American Development Bank
Felipe Bedoya-Maya (fbedoyamaya@iadb.org), Inter-American Development Bank
Agustina Calatayud, Inter-American Development Bank
Francisca Giraldez, Inter-American Development Bank
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-00766
How Disruptive is a Disruption? The Association between TNCs And Vehicle Ownership in Urbanizing Indonesia
Alyas Widita (alyas.widita@gatech.edu), Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Andyan Diwangkari, N/A
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-00797
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and Urban Freight – A Competition for Space in Densely Populated Cities
Paola Cruz Daravina, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Ivan Sanchez-Diaz, Chalmers tekniska hogskola
Juan Bocarejo Suescún, Universidad de Los Andes
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-03389
How Affordable Is Transportation in Latin America and the Caribbean?
Maria Rivas, Inter-American Development Bank
Tomás Serebrisky, Inter-American Development Bank
Ancor Suárez-Alemán, Inter-American Development Bank
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-01978
Not My Usual Trip: Ride-hailing Characterization in Mexico City
Orlando Sabogal (ucfuoa1@ucl.ac.uk), University College London
Lynn Scholl, Inter-American Development Bank
Daniel Oviedo, University College London
Amado Crotte, Inter-American Development Bank
Felipe Bedoya-Maya, Inter-American Development Bank
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-03111
The Potential Effect of the Ride-sourcing Disruption: A Stated Preference Analysis in Chengdu, China
Hongtai Yang, Southwest Jiaotong University
Guocong ZHAI (zhaiguocong@gmail.com), Old Dominion University
Linchuan Yang, Southwest Jiaotong University
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-01083
A snapshot of the informal organization of public transport operators in the Caribbean: Tap-Tap services in Port-Au-Prince
Daniel Oviedo Hernandez (daniel.oviedo@ucl.ac.uk), University College London
Yisseth Scorcia Tenjo, Independent Consultant
Pablo Guerrero, Inter-American Development Bank
Michael Delandsheer, Inter-American Development Bank
Raul Rodriguez-Molina, Inter-American Development Bank
Raphael Dewez, Inter-American Development Bank
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-03790
Evaluating the Role and Evolution of Factors Influencing Rapid Transit Planning in Ecuador: Theory, Practice and Policy Implications
Juan Arias (jf2arias@uwaterloo.ca), University of Waterloo
Chris Bachmann, University of Waterloo
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-01754
Fragmentary Implementation of TOD in a Developing Country Context: Case Study of Tehran’s Master Plan
Minoo Harirchian, University of Tehran
Mahya Azadi, University of Tehran
Shahab Kermanshahi, University of Tehran
Mahdi Bashirinia, Tarbiat Modares University
Milad Ghasri (m.ghasri@unsw.edu.au), University of New South Wales
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-04037
Incorporating Travel Time Reliability in Travel Mode Choice of Ride-Hailing Services in Developing Cities: Evidence from Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Gen Hayakawa, University of Tokyo
Hironori Kato (kato@civil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp), University of Tokyo
Veng Phun, Institute of Technology of Cambodia
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-00344
Online Shopping Versus In-store Shopping Trips: Structural Equation Models of Shopping Behaviors, Built Environment, Attitudes, Lifestyle, and Internet Experience
Roya Etminani-Ghasrodashti (roya.etminani@gmail.com), University of Texas, Arlington
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-00621
Reimagining China’s transportation funding investments in Africa in lieu of COVID-19
Clovia Hamilton, SUNY Korea
Show Abstract
TRBAM-21-01042

DISCLAIMER: All information shared in the TRB Annual Meeting Online Program is subject to change without notice. Changes, if necessary, will be updated in the Online Program and this page is the final authority on schedule information.