Chan Wui & Yunyin Rising Star Workshop

Papers

Call for Papers – Networks and Spatial Economics journal

https://www.springer.com/economics/regional+science/journal/11067

Papers from the First Workshop was published in Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2658, entitled “Intersections of Transportation and Telecommunication: Findings by the 2016 Chan Wui and Yunyin Rising Star Fellows” 


1.Modeling the Demand for New Transportation Services and Technologies.

Miller, Eric J. “Modeling the demand for new transportation services and technologies.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2658 (2017): 1-7.


2. Modeling the Impact of Communications Technologies on Travel Behavior and Land Use.

Moeckel, Rolf. “Modeling the impact of communications technologies on travel behavior and land use.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board2658 (2017): 8-16.


3. Telecommuting and Its Impact on Activity–Time Use Patterns of Dual-Earner Households.

Paleti, Rajesh, and Ivana Vukovic. “Telecommuting and Its Impact on Activity–Time Use Patterns of Dual-Earner Households.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2658 (2017): 17-25.


4. Conceptual Models of the Effect of Information and   Communications Technology on Long-Distance Travel Demand.

Erhardt, Gregory D. “Conceptual Models of the Effect of Information and Communications Technology on Long-Distance Travel Demand.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2658 (2017): 26-34.


5. Framework for Real-Time Traffic Management with Case Studies

Han, Ke. “Framework for Real-Time Traffic Management with Case Studies.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2658 (2017): 35-43.


6. Telecommunications- and Information Technology–Inspired Analyses
Review of an Intelligent Transportation Systems Experience.

Chan, Yupo. “Telecommunications-and Information Technology–Inspired Analyses: Review of an Intelligent Transportation Systems Experience.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2658 (2017): 44-55.


7. Real-Time Riders
A First Look at User Interaction Data from the Back End of a Transit and Shared Mobility Smartphone App.

Brakewood, Candace, et al. “Real-Time Riders: A First Look at User Interaction Data from the Back End of a Transit and Shared Mobility Smartphone App.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2658 (2017): 56-63.

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