Matthias Sweet
Matthias Sweet
Associate Professor, Toronto Metropolitan University
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Traffic congestion’s economic impacts: Evidence from US metropolitan regions
M Sweet
Urban Studies 51 (10), 2088-2110, 2014
Does traffic congestion slow the economy?
M Sweet
Journal of Planning Literature 26 (4), 391-404, 2011
All minutes are not equal: travel time and the effects of congestion on commute satisfaction in Canadian cities
CD Higgins, MN Sweet, PS Kanaroglou
Transportation 45, 1249-1268, 2018
Gender differences: The role of travel and time use in subjective well-being
M Sweet, P Kanaroglou
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 40, 23-34, 2016
Integrating walkability into planning practice
R Weinberger, MN Sweet
Transportation research record 2322 (1), 20-30, 2012
Does regional travel time unreliability influence mode choice?
MN Sweet, M Chen
Transportation 38, 625-642, 2011
Are major Canadian city-regions monocentric, polycentric, or dispersed?
MN Sweet, B Bullivant, PS Kanaroglou
Urban Geography 38 (3), 445-471, 2017
No longer in the driver’s seat: How do affective motivations impact consumer interest in automated vehicles?
MN Sweet, K Laidlaw
Transportation 47 (5), 2601-2634, 2020
User interest in on-demand, shared, and driverless mobility: Evidence from stated preference choice experiments in Southern Ontario
MN Sweet
Travel behaviour and society 23, 120-133, 2021
Do firms flee traffic congestion?
MN Sweet
Journal of Transport Geography 35, 40-49, 2014
Parking demand management in a relatively uncongested university setting
MN Sweet, MR Ferguson
Case Studies on Transport Policy 7 (2), 453-462, 2019
Gridlock in the Greater Toronto Area: Its geography and intensity during key periods
MN Sweet, CJ Harrison, PS Kanaroglou
Applied geography 58, 167-178, 2015
Insights into the future of telework in Canada: Modeling the trajectory of telework across a pandemic
M Sweet, DM Scott
Sustainable Cities and Society 87, 104175, 2022
Forecasting the outlook for automated vehicles in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area using a 2016 consumer survey
K Laidlaw, M Sweet, T Olsen
Retrieved on September 3, 2018, 2018
No free rides: Winners and losers of the proposed Toronto Transit Commission U-Pass program
A Butler, M Sweet
Transport Policy 96, 15-28, 2020
Who’s driving change? Potential to commute further using automated vehicles among existing drivers in southern Ontario, Canada
T Olsen, MN Sweet
Transportation Research Record 2673 (7), 50-61, 2019
Shared mobility adoption from 2016 to 2018 in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area: Demographic or geographic diffusion?
MN Sweet, DM Scott
Journal of Transport Geography 96, 103197, 2021
Estimating consumer demand for autonomous vehicles in the greater Toronto-Hamilton Area: 2016 survey and model results
K Laidlaw, MN Sweet
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual Meeting, 2017
On-demand ride hailing as publicly subsidized mobility: An empirical case study of Innisfil Transit
A Benaroya, M Sweet, R Mitra
Case Studies on Transport Policy 11, 100944, 2023
Navigating a fad or the future? Opportunities and limitations in integrating carshare membership and automated vehicle propensity in travel demand forecasting
E Petersen, M Sweet
Transportation Planning and Technology 44 (3), 223-245, 2021
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