Ricardo Hurtubia
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Simulation based population synthesis
B Farooq, M Bierlaire, R Hurtubia, G Flötteröd
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 58, 243-263, 2013
The constrained multinomial logit: A semi-compensatory choice model
F Martínez, F Aguila, R Hurtubia
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 43 (3), 365-377, 2009
Estimation of crowding discomfort in public transport: Results from Santiago de Chile
A Tirachini, R Hurtubia, T Dekker, RA Daziano
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 103, 311-326, 2017
Transport and equity in Latin America: a critical review of socially oriented accessibility assessments
G Vecchio, I Tiznado-Aitken, R Hurtubia
Transport Reviews 40 (3), 354-381, 2020
Mobility changes, teleworking, and remote communication during the COVID-19 pandemic in Chile
S Astroza, A Tirachini, R Hurtubia, JA Carrasco, A Guevara, M Munizaga, ...
Findings, 2020
Explaining subjective perceptions of public spaces as a function of the built environment: A massive data approach
T Rossetti, H Lobel, V Rocco, R Hurtubia
Landscape and urban planning 181, 169-178, 2019
Integrating psychometric indicators in latent class choice models
R Hurtubia, MH Nguyen, A Glerum, M Bierlaire
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 64, 135-146, 2014
The role of habit and the built environment in the willingness to commute by bicycle
M Gutiérrez, R Hurtubia, J de Dios Ortúzar
Travel behaviour and society 20, 62-73, 2020
Modeling safety as a perceptual latent variable to assess cycling infrastructure
T Rossetti, CA Guevara, P Galilea, R Hurtubia
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 111, 252-265, 2018
Analysis of implicit choice set generation using a constrained multinomial logit model
M Bierlaire, R Hurtubia, G Flötteröd
Transportation research record 2175 (1), 92-97, 2010
Public transport accessibility accounting for level of service and competition for urban opportunities: An equity analysis for education in Santiago de Chile
I Tiznado-Aitken, JC Muñoz, R Hurtubia
Journal of Transport Geography 90, 102919, 2021
Attributes of households, locations and real estate markets for land use modelling
R Hurtubia, O Gallay, M Bierlaire
SustainCity Deliverable 2 (1), 2010
The role of accessibility to public transport and quality of walking environment on urban equity: the case of Santiago de Chile
I Tiznado-Aitken, JC Muñoz, R Hurtubia
Transportation Research Record 2672 (35), 129-138, 2018
Accessibility and equity: An approach for wider transport project assessment in Chile
M Niehaus, P Galilea, R Hurtubia
Research in Transportation Economics 59, 412-422, 2016
Understanding accessibility through public transport users' experiences: A mixed methods approach
I Tiznado-Aitken, K Lucas, JC Muñoz, R Hurtubia
Journal of Transport Geography 88, 102857, 2020
Using images to measure qualitative attributes of public spaces through SP surveys
R Hurtubia, A Guevara, P Donoso
Transportation Research Procedia 11, 460-474, 2015
I want to ride it where I like: Measuring design preferences in cycling infrastructure
T Rossetti, V Saud, R Hurtubia
Transportation 46, 697-718, 2019
Vectores de expansión urbana y su interacción con los patrones socioeconómicos existentes en la ciudad de Santiago
T Cox, R Hurtubia
EURE (Santiago) 42 (127), 185-207, 2016
Identifying cycling-inducing neighborhoods: A latent class approach
I Oliva, P Galilea, R Hurtubia
International journal of sustainable transportation 12 (10), 701-713, 2018
An assessment of the ecological validity of immersive videos in stated preference surveys
T Rossetti, R Hurtubia
Journal of choice modelling 34, 100198, 2020
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