Total Published (or In-Press) Journal Papers: 175

Total Journal Papers Under Review: 20

Book Chapters, Published: 5

Technical Reports 64

Peer-Reviewed Journal Papers Published / in-Press:

175. Azizisoldouz, S., Hasnine, S., Sukhai, M., Habib, K.M.N. “Will Connected Autonomous Vehicles be able to Communicate with Visually Impaired Pedestrians? Findings and Policy Lessons from a Stated-adaptive Survey”. Transportation Planning and Technologies (Accepted)

174. Gao, Y., Pan, H., Xie, Z., Habib, K.M.N. “Understanding Patients Heterogeneity in Healthcare Travel and Hospital Choice - A Latent Class Analysis with Covariates”. Journal of Transport Geography 110: 103608

173. Loa, P., Ong, F., Liu, Y, Hossain, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. “Has ride-sourcing use changed over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic? Evidence from a two-cycle survey of the Greater Toronto Area ”. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering Part A: Systems (In-Press)

172.Mashrur, Sk., Lavoie, B., Wang, K., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. A Regional Multimodal Network Microsimulation (GTASim) for a Comprehensive Utility maximizing System of Travel Options Modelling (CUSTOM). Procedia Computer Science 220 (2023): 110-118

171. Habib, K.M.N. 2023. Rational Inattention in Discrete Choice Models: Estimable Specifications of RI-Multinomial Logit (RI-MNL) and RI-Nested Logit (RI-NL) Models. Transportation Research Part B: Methodology 172: 53-70

170. Mashrur, S.K., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. What can Bring Transit Ridership Back: An Econometric study on the Potential of Usage Incentives and Operational Policies in the Greater Toronto Area. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 95: 18-35

169. Hossain, S., Loa, P., Ong, F., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. “Fusing Repeated Cross-sectional Revealed Preference Datasets based on Rational Inattention (RI) Theory: Accounting for Changing Modal Preferences”. Transportation Research Records (In-Press)

168. Hossain, S., Loa, P., Ong, F., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. “Exploring the Spatiotemporal Factors Affecting Bicycle-Sharing Demands during the COVID-19 Pandemic”. Transportation (In-Press)

167. Rashedi, Z., Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. "Simultaneous Capturing of Flexible Substitution Patterns and Complementary/Supplementary Relationship in Consideration of Mode Choices by Using Stated Preference Data" Transportation Research Records (In-Press)

166. Loa, P., Ong, F., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. "Identifying the Determinants of Anticipated Post-pandemic Mode Choices in the Greater Toronto Area: A Stated Preference Study" Transportation Research Records (In-Press)

165. Loa, P., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. "How has Anticipated Post-pandemic Ride-sourcing Use Changed During the COVID-19 Pandemic? Evidence from a Two-cycle Survey of the Greater Toronto Area." Transportation Research Records (In-Press)

164. Wang, K., Liu, Y, Gao, Y., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. “Exploring the Choice between In-Store versus On-line Grocery Shopping through an Application of Semi-Compensatory Independent Availability Logit (SCIAL) Model with Latent Variable”. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 71:103191

163. Liu, Y., Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Inferring Trip Destination Purposes for Trip Records Collected through Smartphone Apps: A Case Study in Toronto”. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering Part A: Systems (In-Press)

162. Hossain, S., Loa, P., Ong, F., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “The Determinants of Commute Mode Usage Frequency of Post-Secondary Students in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area”. Transportation Research Part A 166: 164-185

161. Wang, K., Hossain, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. "What Happens when Post-Secondary Programs Go Virtual for COVID-19: Effects of Forced Telecommuting on Travel Demands of Post-Secondary Students during the Pandemic" Transportation Research Part A 166: 62-85

160. Hossain, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Inferring Origin and Destination Zones of Transit Trips through Fusion of Smart Card Transactions, Travel Surveys, and Land-Use Data” Transportation Research Part A 165: 267-284

159. Mashrur, S.K., Wang, K., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Will COVID-19 be the End for the Public Transit? Investigating the Impacts of Public Health Crisis on Transit Mode Choice” Transportation Research Part A 164: 352.378

158. Dianat, A., Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Assessing the Impacts of COVID-19 on Activity-Travel Scheduling: A Survey in the Greater Toronto Area”. Transportation Research Part A 162:296-314

157. Mashrur, S.K., Lavoie, B., Wang, K., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. A Joint Model of Transit Usage Frequency and in-Vehicle Safety Perception During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Transportation Research Record (In-Press)

156. Hawkins, J., Ahmed, U., Roorda, M.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Measuring the Process of Urban Gentrification in Toronto”. Cities 126 (2022)103708

155. Chung, B, Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “How Far to Live and With Whom? The Role of Modal Accessibility on Toronto Students’ Choices of Living Arrangements and the Distance they are Willing to Live from University” Transportmetrica Part A (In-Press)

154. Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. "A Multi-Source Data Fusion Framework for Joint Population, Expenditure and Time Use Synthesis" Transportation (In-Press)

153. Shakib, S., Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Have Pandemic Lockdowns Changed Households’ Perceived Accessibility of Their Residence? Evidence from Residential Property Value Alteration in Greater Toronto Hamilton Area. Transportation Research Record (In-Press)

152. Bakioglu, G., Salehin, M.F., Wang, K., Atahan, A.O., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. Examination of the Role of Safety Concerns from Autonomous Vehicle Ownership Choice: Results of a Stated Choice Experiment in Istanbul, Turkey. Transportation Letters 14(10):1172-1183

151. Loa, P., Hossain, S., Liu, Y., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “How has the COVID-19 Pandemic Affected the Use of Ride-Sourcing Services? An Empirical Evidence Based Investigation for the Greater Toronto Area”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 155:46-62

150. Mashrur, S., Wang, K., Loa, P., Hossain, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Application of Protection Motivation Theory to quantify the impact of pandemic fear on anticipated post-pandemic transit usage” Transportation Research Record (In-Press)

149. Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Bayesian Estimation of Discrete Choice Models: A Comparative Analysis using Effective Sample Size”. Transportation Letters 14(10): 1091-1099

148. Diab, E., Srikukenthiran, S., Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Effects of System Configurations of Automated Fare Collection on Transit Trip Origin-Destination Estimation in Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area”. Public Transport (In-Press)

147. Hawkins, J, Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “The Evolution of Choice Set Formation in Dwelling Type and Location with Rising Prices: Decadal Panel Analysis in the Greater Toronto Area”. Journal of Transportation and Land Use (In-Press)

146. Loa, P., Mashrur, S.K., Habib, K.M.N. 2023. “What influences the substitution of ride-sourcing for public transit and taxiservices in Toronto? An exploratory structural equation model-based study”. Journal of Sustainable Transportation 17(1): 15-28

145. Rashedi, Z., Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. Modelling Second-Best Choices from the Choice Based Sample: Revelation of Potential Mode Switching Behaviour from Transit Passenger Surveys Public Transport. Public Transport (In-Press)

144. Wang, K., Hossain, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “A Hybrid Data Fusion Methodology for Household Travel Surveys to Reduce Proxy Biases and Under-Representation of Specific Sub-group of Population”. Transportation 49: 1801-1836

143. Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Influence of peers in student cycling choice: A discrete choice model with endogenous social interactions for the choice of owning a bike by a university student”. Transportmetrica Part A 18(3): 1794-1812

142. Liu, Y., Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2022. “Detecting Transportation Modes Using Smart Phone Data and GIS: A Case Study in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Area”. Transportation Letters 14(9): 933-943

141. Wang, K., Liu, Y., Mashrur, S.K., Loa, P., Habib, K.M.N. 2021.“COVID-19 Influenced Households’ Interrupted Travel Schedules (COVHITS) Survey: Lessons from the Fall 2020 Survey”. Transportation Policy 112:43-62

140. Kamel, I., Hasnine, S., Shalaby, A., Habib, K.M.N., Abdulhai, B. 2021. “Integrated Model of Departure Time Choice, Mode Choice and Route Assignment for Large Network”. Case Studies in Transport Policies 9: 1284-1297

139. Hasnine, S., Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2021 “Effects of Built Environment and Weather on Demands for Transportation Network Company Trips”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 150:171-185

138. Loa, P., Hossain, S., Mashrur, S.K., Liu, Y., Wang, K., Ong, F., Habib, K,M.N. 2021. “Exploring the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Modality Profiles for Non-Mandatory Trips in the Greater Toronto Area”. Transportation Policy 110: 71-85

137. Li, W., Shalaby, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. Exploring the Correlations between Ride-hailing and Multimodal Transit Ridership in Toronto. Transportation (In-Press)

136. Wang, K, Salehin, M.F., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. A Discrete Choice Experiment on Consumer’s Willingness-to-Pay for Vehicle Automation in the Greater Toronto Area. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 149: 12-30

135. Loa, P., Liu, Y., Hossain, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. How have Ride-sourcing Users Adapted to the First Wave of COVID-19 Pandemic? Evidence from a Survey-based Study of the Greater Toronto Area. Transportation Letters 13(5-6): 404-413

134. Habib, K.M.N., Hawkins, J., Shakib, S., Loa, P., Mashrur, Sk., Dianat, A., Wang, K., Hossain, S., Liu, Y., 2021. Assessing the Impacts of COVID-19 on Urban Passenger Travel Demand in the Greater Toronto Area: Description of A Multi-Pronged and Multi-Staged Study with Initial Results. Transportation Letters 13 (5-6):535-366

133. Kasrarian, D., Adhikari, S., Kossowsky, D., Lubert, M., Hall, B., Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. Bowes, J., Diamond, S., Hess, P., Wolfe, M., Fervolden, J., Roorda, M.J. “Evaluating Walkable Streets with a 3D Stated Preference Survey”. Environment and Planning B 48(7):1787-1805

132.Harding, C., Imani, A., Srikukenthiran, S., Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “Are We There Yet? Assessing Smart-Phone Apps Full-Fledged Tool for Activity-Travel Surveys”. Transportation 48:2433–2460

131. Chung, B., Srikukenthiran, S., Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “An Inductive Experimental Approach to Developing a Web-based Travel Survey Builder: Developing a Guideline to Design and Efficient Web-Survey Platform”. Transportation Planning and Technologies (In-Press).

130. Loa, P., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “The Examining the Influences of Attitudinal Factors on the Use of Ride-Haling Services in Toronto”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 146:13-28

129. Loa, P. Hossain, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “On the Role of Land-Use and Transit Network Attributes Influencing the Relationship between Public Transit and Ride-Hailing Service Usages in Toronto”. Transportation Research Record 2675(3):136-153

128. Hasnine, S., Dianat, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “Investigating the Factors Affecting the Distance Travel and Health Conditions of E-Bike Users in Toronto” Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspective 8: 100265

127. Hossain, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “Inferring the Purposes of Using Ride-Hailing Services through Data Fusion of Trip Trajectories, Secondary Travel Surveys, and Land-Use Data”. Transportation Research Record 2675(3): 136-153

126. Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “Tour-based mode choice modeling as the core of an activity-based travel demand modeling framework: A review of state-of-the-practice” Transport Reviews 41(1): 5-26

125. Kamruzzaman, M., Shatu, F., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Travel behaviour in Brisbane: trends, saturation, patterns and changes” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 140: 231-250

124. Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “Travel Distance, and Land Use: Application of a Generalized Box-Cox Model with Conditional Spatial Lag Dependence”. Transportmetrica-A 17(4): 1101-1121

125. Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “The Symbiosis between Subway Disruption and a Surge in Ride-Hailing Trips in Toronto: Finding the Subway Disruption Regimes of Switching Subway to Uber”. Transportation Research Record 2674(12): 303-311

122. Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2021. “Travel Demand Management and Social Justice: A Case Study of Differential Impacts of TDM Strategies on Various Income Groups”. Transport Policy 94: 1-10

121. Harding, C, Srikukenthiran, S., Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Lessons from a Large-Scale Experiment on the Use of Smartphone Apps to Collect Travel Diary Data: The “City Logger” for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) Area”. Transportation Research Record 2674 (7): 299-311

120. Papaioannou, E., Hawkins, J. Habib, K.M.N., 2020. “A study of CHOICE: Car and house ownership in the face of increasing the commuting cost” Case Studies on Transport Policies 8:971-983

119. Lo, A., Srikukenthiran, S., Miller E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Impact of Multiple Sample Frames on Data Quality of Household Travel Surveys: The Case of 2016 Transportation Tomorrow Survey”. Transport planning and Technologies 43(6): 553-570

118. Rashedi, Z., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “A Semi-Compensatory Choice Model with Probabilistic Choice Set: Combining Implicit Choice Set within Probabilistic Choice Set Formation”. Transportmetrica A 16(3): 1512-1530

117. Hossain, S., Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “A Latent Class Joint Mode and Departure Time Choice Model for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area” Transportation 48:1217–1239

116. Azizisoldouz, S., Hasnine, S., Sukai, M., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “The Potential Impacts of Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) on Pedestrians with Visual Impairment”. Transportation Research Record 2674(5): 183-195

115. Hasnine, S., Aboudina, A., Abdulhai, B., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Mode Shift Impacts of Optimal Time-Dependent Congestion Pricing in Large Network: A Simulation-based Case Study in Greater Toronto Area”. Case Studies on Transport Policy 8: 542-552

114. Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Heterogeneity in Marginal Value of Urban Mobility: Evidence from a Large-Scale Household Travel Survey in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area” Transportation 47:3091-3108

113. Hawkins, J., Weiss, A., Habib K.M.N. 2020. “Household-Level Dynamics in Residential Location Choice Modelling with a Latent Auction Model”. Environment and Planning Part B: Methodology 48(2): 314-330

112. Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Modelling the Dynamics between Tour-based Mode Choice and Tour-Timing Choices in Daily Activity Scheduling” Transportation 47: 2635-2669

111. Dianat, L, Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Investigating the Influence of Assigning a Higher Priority to Scheduling Work and School Activities in the Activity-based Models on the Simulated Travel/Activity Patterns”. Transportation 47: 2109-2132

110. El-Assi, W, Morency, C., Miller E., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Investigating the capacity of continuous household travel surveys in capturing the temporal rhythms of travel demand”. Transportation 47: 1787-1808

109. Hasnine, S., Rashedi, Z., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “The use of elicited confidence ratings of the SP survey in a joint RP-SP model of commuting mode choices for TDM evaluations”. Transportation Letters 12(4): 274-287

108. Weiss, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Understanding Joint Travel and Vehicle Allocation at the Household Level through Inference of Revealed Preference Data”. Travel Behaviour and Society 19:8-19

107. Dianat, L, Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Modeling and Forecasting Daily Non-work/school Activity Patterns in an Activity-based Model using Skeleton Schedule Constraints”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 133:337-352

106. Akbari, S., Hasnine, S., Papaioannou, E., Bernardino, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2020. “Modelling the tipping point of home and mobility ownership changes: A joint econometric investigation on housing & mobility tool ownership change in the face of increasing commuting cost in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area”. Travel Behaviour and Society 19:8-19

105.Zhang, H., Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2019. “A Joint Model of Residential and Work Location Choices by using the Gibbs Sampling” Journal of Transportation and Land Use 12(1): 873-892

104. Habib, K.M.N. 2019. “Mode Choice Modelling for Hailable Trips: An Investigation of the Competition of Uber with Other Modes by Using an Integrated Non-Compensatory Model with Probabilistic Choice Set Formation”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 129: 205-216

103. Hasnine, S., Grovac, A., Camargo, F., Habib, K.M.N. 2019. “A random utility-based measure of accessibility to transit: Accurate capturing of the first-mile issue in urban transit”. Transport Geography 74: 3131-320

102. Habib, K.M.N., Hasnine, S., El-Assi, W., 2019. “On the role of station accessibility, multimodal competitions and contextual variables in retaining customer base of urban commuter rails” Case Studies on Transport Policy 7:404-413

101. Habib, K.M.N., Hasnine, S. 2019. “An econometric investigation of transit passes on transit users’ behaviour in Toronto”. Public Transport 11:111-133

100. Habib, K.M.N. 2018, “Modelling the choice and timing of driving license: Revelation from a hazard model applied to post-secondary students in Toronto”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 118:374-386

99. Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J., Srikukenthiran, S., Lee-Gosselin, M., Morency, C., Roorda, M., Shalaby, A. 2018. TTS2.0: A research and development (R&D) project on passenger travel survey methods. Transportation Research Procedia 32: 659-665

98. Wielinski, G., Trepanier, M., Morency, C., Habib, K.M.N. 2018. Comparing multiple data streams to assess free-floating carsharing use. Transportation Research Procedia 32: 617-626

97. Habib, K.M.N., Weiss, A., Hasnine, S., 2018. “On the heterogeneity and substitution patterns in mobility tool ownership choices of post-secondary students in Toronto” Transportation Research Part A 116:650-665

96. Lin, T., Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2018, “Influences of latent attitudinal factors on the level of multimodality of post-secondary students in Toronto”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 30:70-80

95. Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2018, “What about the Dynamics in Daily Travel Mode Choices? A Dynamic Discrete Choice Approach for Tour-Based Mode Choice Modelling” Journal of Transport Policy 30:70-80

94. Hasnine, S., Lin, T., Weiss, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “Determinants of travel mode choices of post-secondary students in a large metropolitan area: the case of the city of Toronto”. Journal of Transport Geography 70:161-171

93. Weiss, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “A Generalized Parallel Constrained Choice Model for Intra-Household Escort Decision of High School Students”. Transportation Research Part B: Methodology 114:26-38

92. Salem, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “Use of repeated crossectional travel survey data to develop meta-models of activity-travel scheduling processes”. Transportation 46:395-423

91. Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “Integrated Models of Land Use and Transportation for the Autonomous Vehicle Revolution”. Transport Reviews 39(1): 66-83

90. Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “A Heteroskedastic Polarized Logit (HPL) Model to Investigate the Competition of Bicycle for the Bikeable Trips with the Other Modes” Transportation Research Record 2672(49):58-68

89. Akbari, S., Mahmoud, M., Shalaby, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “Empirical models of transit demand and walk access/egress for planning Transit Oriented Development (TOD) around commuter rail stations in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area”. Journal of Transport Geography 68:1-8

88. Akbari, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “Role of Spatial Configuration in Commuting Trade-offs of Two Worker Households: A Case Study in the Greater Toronto Area”. Transportation Research Record 2672(3): 69-79

87. Hawkins, J., Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “A Spatial-Temporal Hedonic Price Model to Investigate the Dynamics of Housing Price in Contexts of Urban Form and Transportation Services in Toronto”. Transportation Research Record 2672(6): 21-30

86. Habib, K.M.N. 2018. “A comprehensive utility-based system of travel options modelling (CUSTOM) considering dynamic time-budget constrained Potential Path Area (PPA) in activity scheduling process: Application in modelling worker’s daily activity-travel schedules”. Transportmetrica A 14(4): 292-315

85. Srigoarkar, M., Habib, K.M.N. 2017 “How does the inclination to bicycle sway the decision to ride in warm and winter seasons” Journal of Sustainable Transportation 12(6): 397-406

84. Rashedi, Z., Hasnine, S., Mahmoud, M., Habib, K.M.N. “Exploiting the elicited confidence ratings of SP surveys for better estimates of choice model parameters: The case of commuting mode choices in a multimodal transportation system”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 105:1-13

83. Habib, K.M.N., Hui, V. 2017. “An activity-based approach of investigating travel demand of older people: Application of a time-space constrained scheduling model for older people in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation 44: 555-573

82.Hui, V., Habib, K.M.N. 2017. “Homelessness vis-à-vis Transportation Induced Social Exclusions: An Econometric Investigation of Travel Behaviour of Homeless Individuals in Toronto”. Transportation Research Record 2665:60-68

81. Dianat, L., Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J. 2017. “A two-level weeklong dynamic work activity scheduling model”. Transportation Research Record 2664:59-68

80.Rashedi, Z., Hasnine, S., Mendonca, M., Habib, K.M.N. 2017. “Ex-ante and ex-post evaluation of smart commute strategies in the GTHA: Comparison of aggregate and disaggregate approaches”. Transportation Research Record 2665:80-89

79. Weiss, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2017. “Who’s picking up the kids from daycare? Understanding intra-household dynamics in drop-off and pick-up task allocations for households with dependent children”. Transportation Research Record 2668:51-59

78. Hasnine, S., Weiss, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2017. “An SP pivoted on RP survey for evaluating employer-based travel demand management strategies: A case for the Region of Peel, Ontario”. Transportation Research Record 2651:108-117

77. Weiss, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2016. “Examining the difference between park & ride and kiss & ride station choice using spatially weighted error correlation choice model”. Transport Geography 59: 111-119

76. Habib, K.M.N., El-Assi, W., Hasnine, S., Lamers, J. 2017 “Daily activity-travel behaviour of non-workers in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 97:1-16

75. Habib, K.M.N. 2016. “Can we improve choice model parameter estimates by jointly modelling the SP choices with corresponding elicited confidence ratings?” Transportation Research Part A 95:305-319

74. Louie, J, Shalaby, A. Habib, K.M.N. 2017. “Modelling disruption duration for Toronto’s subway system: An empirical investigation using the Hazard model”. Accident Analysis and Prevention 98: 232-240

73. Li, L., Hasnine, S., Habib, K.M.N., Shalaby, A., Persaud, B. 2017. “Investigating the interplay between the attributes of at-fault and not-at-fault drivers and the associated impacts on crash injury occurrence and severity level”. Transportation Safety & Security 9(4): 439-456

72. Aboudina, A., Abdelgawad, H., Abdulhai, B., Habib, K.M.N. 2016. “Dynamic congestion pricing in large networks: Modelling approach and a case study on the Greater Toronto Area”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 94: 411-430

71. Mahmoud, M., Weiss, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2016. “Latent captivation and mode culture? An investigation into mode choice preference structures in competitive modal arrangements (multimodal urban areas)”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 43:420-428

70. Ruitz, T., Habib, K.M.N. 2016. “Scheduling decision styles on leisure and social activities”. Transportation Research -Part A: Policy and Practice 88: 304-317

69. Hasnine, S., Weiss, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2016. “Development of an employer-based TDM strategy evaluation tool with an advanced discrete choice model in its core”. Transportation Research Record 2542: 65-74

68. El-Assi, W., Mahmoud, M. Habib, K.M.N. 2017. “Effects of built environment and weather on bike sharing demand: Station level analysis of commercial bike sharing in Toronto”. Transportation 44: 589-613

67. Habib, K.M.N., Bricka, S. 2015. “Capturing, measuring and responding to changes that influence travel behaviour”. Transportation 42:915-917

66. García-Garcés, P., Ruiz, T., Habib, K.M.N. 2016. “Effect of travel behaviour change programs on time allocated to driving”. Transportmetrica A 12(1):1-19

65. Wong, B., Habib, K.M.N. 2015 “Effects of accessibility to the stations on intercity travel mode choices in contexts of high-speed rail in Windsor-Quebec Corridor”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 42: 930-939

64. Akbari, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2015 “Home location and commuting tradeoffs of two-commuter households: The case of the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada”. Transportmetrica Part A 11(10): 897-917

63. Salem, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2015. “Use of Repeated Cross-sectional Travel Surveys to Develop a Meta Model of Activity-Travel Generation Process Models: Accounting for Changing Preference in Time Expenditure Choices”. Transportmetrica Part A 11(8): 729-749

62. Idris, A.O., Habib, K.M.N., Shalaby, A. 2015. “Evaluating transit ridership over-estimation in mode shift modelling”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 78:551-565

61. Wenneman, A., Roorda, M., Habib, K.M.N. 2015. “A disaggregate analysis of the relationship between commercial vehicle parking citation, parking supply, and parking demand”. Transportation Research Record 2478: 28-34

60. Mahmoud, M., Habib, K.M.N., Shalaby, A. 2015. “Survey of cross-regional intermodal passenger travel (Script): A joint RP/SP survey integrated with multimodal trip planning tool” Transportation Research Record 2526: 108-118

59. AbdulAzim, T., Abdelgawad, H., Habib, K.M.N., Abdulhai, B. 2015. “A framework to automate travel activity recognition using land use data: The case of four-square in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA)”. Transportation Research Record 2526: 136-142.

58. Idris, A.O., Habib, K.M.N., Tudela, A., Shalaby, A. 2015. “Investigating the effects of psychological factors on commuting mode choice preferences”. Journal of Transportation Planning and Technologies 38(3): 265-276.

57. Mitra, R., Papaioannou, E., Habib, K.M.N. 2016. “The past and the present of active school transportation: An exploration of the built environment effects in Toronto, Canada from 1986–1996”. Journal of Transportation and Land Use 9(2): 1-17.

56. Habib, K.M.N., Mann, J., Mahmoud, M., Weiss, A. 2015. “Synopsis of bicycle demand in the City of Toronto: Application of an integrated econometric model with latent variables”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 70: 67-80.

55. Akbari, S., Habib, K.M.N. 2015. “Oil vulnerability in the Greater Toronto Area: Spatial analysis of socioeconomic risks from higher fuel prices”. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 11: 2347-2358.

54. Imaz, A., Habib, K.M.N., Shalaby A., Idris, A.O. 2015. “Investigating the factors affecting transit user loyalty”. Public Transport 7(1): 39-60

53. Weiss, A., Mahmoud, M., Kucireck, P., Habib, K.M.N. 2014. “Merging transit schedule information with a planning network

to perform dynamic multimodal assignment: lessons from a case study of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 41(10): 900-908.

52. Farber A., Bartholomew, K., Li, X., Paez, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2014. “Social equity in distance-based transit fares”. Transport Research Part A: Policy and Practice 67: 297–303.

51. Habib, K.M.N, Swait, J., Salem, S. 2014. “Using repeated cross-sectional travel surveys to increase forecasting robustness: Accounting for changing mode preferences”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 67: 110–126.

50. Habib, K.M.N. 2015. “An investigation on mode choice and travel distance demand of older people in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Canada: Application of a utility theoretic econometric choice model”. Transportation 42: 143–161.

49. Habib, K.M.N., Weiss, A. 2014. “Evolution of modal captivity and mode choice for commuting trips: A longitudinal analysis by using cross-sectional datasets”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 66: 39–51.

48. Habib, K.M.N. 2014. “Household level commuting mode choice, car allocation and car ownership level choice of two-worker households: The case of the City of Toronto”. Transportation 41(3): 651–672.

47. Idris, A.O., Habib, K.M.N., Shalaby, A. 2014. “Dissecting the role of transit service attributes in attracting commuter: Lessons from a comprehensive RP-SP study on commuting mode switching behaviour”. Transportation Research Record 2014: 107-117.

46. Mahmoud, M., Habib, K.M.N., Shalaby, A., 2014. “Park and ride access station choice model for cross-regional commuter trips in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA)”. Transportation Research Record 2419(5):92-100.

45. Majumder, J., Kattan, L., Habib, K.M.N., Fung, T.S. 2013. “Travellers’ response to variable message sign”. International Journal of Urban Studies 17(2): 259-280.

44. Foresay, D., Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J., Shalaby, A. 2013. “The transferability of work trip mode choice models in an expanding suburban area: The case of York Region, Ontario”. Transportmetrica 10(6): 469-482.

43. Nourinejad, M., Wenneman, A., Habib, K.M.N., Roorda, M.J. 2014. “Truck parking in urban areas: Application of choice modelling within traffic microsimulation”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 64: 54–64.

42. Habib, K.M.N., Morency, C., Trepanier, M., Salem, S. 2014. “Application of an Independent Availability Logit Model (IAL) for route choice modelling: Considering bridge choice as a key determinant of selected routes for commuting in Montreal”. Journal of Choice Modelling 9: 14–26.

41. Pinjari, A., Habib, K.M.N., Miller E.J. 2013. Editorial: Selected articles presented in the 13th IATBR Conference. Transportation Research Part B: Methodology 58: 151–153.

40. Habib, K.M.N., Sasic, A. 2014. “A GEV model with scale heterogeneity to investigate mobility tool ownership and peak period non-work travel mode choices”. Journal of Choice Modelling 10: 46–59.

39. Moniruzzaman, M., Paez, A., Habib, K.M.N., Morency, C. 2013. “Mode use and trip length of seniors in Montreal”. Journal of Transport Geography 30: 89–99.

38. Habib, K.M.N., Sasic, A., Weis, C., Axhausen, K. 2013. “Investigating the nonlinear relationship between travel-activity scheduling and transportation system performances”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 49: 342–357.

37. Habib, K.M.N., Han, X., Lin, W.H. 2013. “Joint modelling of propensity and distance for walk trip generation”. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science 10(5): 420–436

36. Sasic, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2013. “A heteroskedastic GEV model with a cross-nested/overlapping choice set: Application in modelling commuting departure time choices in GTHA”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 50: 15–32.

35. Habib, K.M.N., Mahmoud, M., Coleman, J. 2013. “Effect of parking charges at transit stations on park-and-ride mode choice: Lessons learned from a stated-preference survey in the Greater Vancouver, Canada”. Transportation Research Record 2351(2): 163–170.

34. Foresay, D., Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J., Shalaby, A. 2013. “Evaluating the impacts of a new transit system on commuting mode choice using a GEV model estimated to revealed preference data: A case study of the VIVA system in York Region, Ontario”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 50: 1–14.

33. AbdulAzim, T., Abdelgawad, H., Habib, K.M.N., Abdulhai, B. 2013. “Using smartphone and sensor technology to automate travel data collection”. Transportation Research Record 2383(2): 48–52.

32. Habib, K.M.N. 2013. “A joint discrete-continuous model considering budget constraint for the continuous part: Application in joint mode and departure time choice modelling”. Transportmetrica 9(2): 149–177.

31. Zaman, H., Habib, K.M.N. 2012. “Effects of incorporating latent attitudinal factors in mode choice model”. Transportation Planning and Technology 35(5): 561–576.

30. Trépanier, M. Habib, K.M.N., Morency, C. 2012. “Are transit users loyal? Revelations from a hazard model based on smart card data”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 39: 610–618.

29. Sherman, B., Roorda, M., Habib, K.M.N. 2012. “Comparison of parametric and non-parametric hazard models of stop durations on urban commercial vehicle tours”. Transportation Research Record 2269: 117–126 (Received Outstanding Paper Award in Freight Transportation).

28. Costain, C., Ardron, C., Habib, K.M.N. 2012. “Synopsis of users’ behaviour of a carsharing program: A case study in Toronto”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46: 421–434.

27. Islam, M.T., Habib, K.M.N. 2012. “Unravelling the relationship between trip chaining and mode choice: Application of structural equation modelling”. Transportation Planning and Technology 35(4): 409–426.

26. Idris, A.O., Shalaby, A., Habib, K.M.N. 2012. “Towards learning based mode choice model: A conceptual framework”. Transportation Letters 4: 5–27.

25. Habib, K.M.N., Morency, C., Trépanier, M. 2012. “Integrating parking behaviour within activity-based travel demand modelling”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46: 154–166.

24. Habib, K.M.N., Morency, C., Islam, T., Grasset, V. 2012. “Modelling user’s behaviour of a carsharing program in Montreal: Application of zero-inflated dynamic ordered probit model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46: 241–254.

23. Habib, K.M.N., Sasic, A., Zaman, H. 2012. “Investigating telecommuting consideration in the context of commuting mode choice”. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 6: 1–22.

22. Habib, K.M.N. 2012. “Modelling commuting mode choice jointly with work start time and duration”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46: 33–47.

21. Morency, C., Habib, K.M.N., Grasset, V., Islam, T. 2012. “Modelling members’ carsharing persistency (activity) by using econometric model”. Journal of Advanced Transportation 46(1): 26–38.

20. Kattan, L., Habib, K.M.N., Shaheed, N., Islam, T. 2011. “Information provision and driver compliance to ATIS application: a Case study on the interaction between variable message sign and other sources of traffic updates in Calgary, Canada”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38(12): 1335–1346.

19. Habib, K.M.N., Carrasco, J. 2011. “Investigating the role of social networks in start time and duration of activities trivariate simultaneous econometric model”. Transportation Research Record 2230, 1–8.

18. Habib, K.M.N., Tian, Y., Zaman, H. 2011. “Modelling carpool mode choice with explicit consideration of willingness to consider carpool in the choice set by hybrid choice model”. Transportation 38(4): 587–604.

17. Zaman, M.H., Habib, K.M.N. 2011. “Commuting mode choice and travel demand management policies: An empirical investigation in Edmonton, Alberta”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 38: 1–11.

16. Habib, K.M.N. 2011. “A RUM based dynamic activity scheduling model: Application in weekend activity scheduling”. Transportation 38(1): 123–151.

15. Habib, K.M.N., Kattan, L. Islam, T. 2011. “Model of personal attitude towards transit service quality”. Journal of Advanced Transportation 45(4): 271–285.

14. Kattan, L., Habib, K.M.N., Shaheed, N., Islam, T. 2010. “Modelling travellers’ response to incidence information provided by variable message signs in Calgary”. Transportation Research Record 2185: 71–80.

13. Day, N., Habib, K.M.N., Miller E.J. 2010. “Analysis of work trip timing and model choice in greater Toronto area”. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 37: 695–705.

12. Habib, K.M.N. 2009. “Investigating multiple activity participation and time-use decisions by using a multivariate Kuhn-Tucker demand system model”. Transportation Letters 1: 257–269.

11. Habib, K.M.N., Day, N., Miller, E.J. 2009. “An investigation of commuting trip timing and mode choice in the greater Toronto area: Application of a joint discrete-continuous model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 43: 639–653.

10. Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J. 2009. “Modelling activity generation: A utility-based model for activity-agenda formation”. Transportmetrica 5(1): 3–23.

9. Habib, K.M.N., Carra1sco, J.A., Miller, E.J. 2008. “The social context of activity scheduling: a discrete-continuous model of the relationship between ‘with whom’ and activity episode start time and duration”. Transportation Research Record 2076: 81–87. Pyke Johnson Award: Outstanding Paper in Planning and Environment.

8. Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J. 2008. “Modelling daily travel-activity program generation considering within-day and day-to-day dynamics”. Transportation 35: 487–848.

7. Roorda, M.J, Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2008. “Validation of TASHA: A 24-hour travel-activity microsimulation model”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 42: 360–375.

6. Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J., Axhausen, K.W. 2008. “Weekly rhythm in joint time expenditure to all at-home and out-of-home activities: application of Kuhn-Tucker demand system model using a multi-week travel diary data”. Transportation Research Record 2054: 64–73.

5. Elgar, I., Miller, E.J., Habib, K.M.N. 2008. “Modelling mobility decisions of small office firms: impacts on urban transportation system”. Transportation Research Record, 2077: 175–181.

4. Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J. 2006. “Modelling individuals’ frequency and time allocation behaviour for shopping trips/activities considering household-based random effects”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 78–87.

3. Habib, K.M.N., Miller, E.J. 2006. “Modelling workers’ skeleton travel-activity schedules”. Transportation Research Record 1985: 88–97.

2. Alam, M.J.B., Habib, K.M.N. 2004. “Effects of alternative transportation options on traffic congestion and air pollution in Dhaka city”. Journal of Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers of Bangladesh 31(2): 165–175.

1. Ahsan, H.M., Rahman, M.M. Habib, K.M.N. 2003. “Socio-economic conditions and travel behavior of inter-city bus passengers: Bangladesh perspective”, Journal of Civil Engineering, Institution of Engineers of Bangladesh 30(2): 91–100.