Khandker Nurul Habib
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Effects of built environment and weather on bike sharing demand: a station level analysis of commercial bike sharing in Toronto
W El-Assi, MS Mahmoud, KN Habib
Transportation 44 (3), 589-613, 2017
2912017
Synopsis of users’ behaviour of a carsharing program: A case study in Toronto
C Costain, C Ardron, KN Habib
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46 (3), 421-434, 2012
2272012
Validation of TASHA: A 24-h activity scheduling microsimulation model
MJ Roorda, EJ Miller, KMN Habib
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 42 (2), 360-375, 2008
2002008
An investigation of commuting trip timing and mode choice in the Greater Toronto Area: Application of a joint discrete-continuous model
KMN Habib, N Day, EJ Miller
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43 (7), 639-653, 2009
1372009
Model of personal attitudes towards transit service quality
KMN Habib, L Kattan, MT Islam
Journal of Advanced Transportation 45 (4), 271-285, 2011
1042011
Modelling daily activity program generation considering within-day and day-to-day dynamics in activity-travel behaviour
KMN Habib, EJ Miller
Transportation 35 (4), 467-484, 2008
1032008
Assessing social equity in distance based transit fares using a model of travel behavior
S Farber, K Bartholomew, X Li, A Páez, KMN Habib
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 67, 291-303, 2014
902014
Truck parking in urban areas: Application of choice modelling within traffic microsimulation
M Nourinejad, A Wenneman, KN Habib, MJ Roorda
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 64, 54-64, 2014
872014
Mode use and trip length of seniors in Montreal
M Moniruzzaman, A Páez, KMN Habib, C Morency
Journal of Transport Geography 30, 89-99, 2013
832013
Synopsis of bicycle demand in the City of Toronto: Investigating the effects of perception, consciousness and comfortability on the purpose of biking and bike ownership
KN Habib, J Mann, M Mahmoud, A Weiss
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 70, 67-80, 2014
812014
Modeling commuting mode choice jointly with work start time and work duration
KMN Habib
Transportation research part A: Policy and practice 46 (1), 33-47, 2012
812012
Modelling users’ behaviour of a carsharing program: Application of a joint hazard and zero inflated dynamic ordered probability model
KMN Habib, C Morency, MT Islam, V Grasset
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 46 (2), 241-254, 2012
792012
Integrating parking behaviour in activity-based travel demand modelling: Investigation of the relationship between parking type choice and activity scheduling process
KMN Habib, C Morency, M Trépanier
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46 (1), 154-166, 2012
712012
Social context of activity scheduling: discrete–continuous model of relationship between “with whom” and episode start time and duration
KMN Habib, JA Carrasco, EJ Miller
Transportation Research Record 2076 (1), 81-87, 2008
692008
A random utility maximization (RUM) based dynamic activity scheduling model: Application in weekend activity scheduling
KMN Habib
Transportation 38 (1), 123-151, 2011
672011
Modelling activity generation: a utility-based model for activity-agenda formation
KM Nurul Habib, EJ Miller
Transportmetrica 5 (1), 3-23, 2009
582009
Investigating the factors affecting transit user loyalty
A Imaz, KMN Habib, A Shalaby, AO Idris
Public Transport 7 (1), 39-60, 2015
562015
Are transit users loyal? Revelations from a hazard model based on smart card data
M Trépanier, KMN Habib, C Morency
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 39 (6), 610-618, 2012
542012
Using smartphones and sensor technologies to automate collection of travel data
T Abdulazim, H Abdelgawad, KMN Habib, B Abdulhai
Transportation research record 2383 (1), 44-52, 2013
532013
Understanding members' carsharing (activity) persistency by using econometric model
C Morency, KMN Habib, V Grasset, MT Islam
Journal of advanced Transportation 46 (1), 26-38, 2012
532012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20