Professor Eric Miller

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Director, University of Toronto Transportation Research Institute (UTTRI)

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Eric Miller
Dept. of Civil Engineering
University of Toronto
35 St. George St.
Toronto, Ontario
Canada, M5S 1A4

GB 305

Tel: 416-978-4076
Fax: 416-978-5054

miller@civ.utoronto.ca

Research Interests

Microsimulation modelling methods; Analysis of transportation - land use interactions; Development and applications of disaggregate travel choice models; Transportation energy/emissions modelling; Analysis of transit demand and operations.

A full CV can be downloaded from: Eric J. Miller CV - February 2017

Teaching

Course Code Title & Description Instructor Session Location(s) Day(s) Start Time End
CIV1535H Prof. Eric Miller Winter 2017 GB217 Thursdays 11:00 13:00
CIV360H1 Prof. Eric Miller Winter 2017 Scheduled by the Office of the Faculty Registrar.
CEM1004H Prof. Eric Miller Winter 2017 GB117 Mondays 12:00 14:00

Research

Microsimulation of Urban Transportation - Land-Use Systems

My main area of research is the development of a comprehensive, integrated, microsimulation-based software environment for modelling urban transportation and land-use systems. Development of the Integrated Land Use, Transportation, Environment (ILUTE) modelling system is a multi-year, multi-university undertaking, involving researchers from Calgary, Laval and McMaster Universities, led by our research team at the University of Toronto. Microsimulation involves the modelling of the behaviour of individual "actors" within the urban system (persons, households, firms, vehicles, etc.). Overall system behaviour (population and employment distributions, transportation flows by mode, etc.) is then the sum of the behaviours of all the individuals within the system. While computationally intensive, microsimulation holds the promise of providing more accurate, more policy sensitive estimates of travel demand than current conventional modelling techniques.

Development of the ILUTE modelling system involves state-of-the-art object-oriented programming methods, development and implementation of a wide variety of behavioural sub-models, use of a variety of novel data collection procedures to obtain the dynamic, micro-level behavioural data required to develop these sub-models, and a wide variety of other individual research projects suitable for student involvement at the bachelor's, master's and Ph.D. levels.

 

Sustainability of Urban Transportation Systems

In parallel with my more formal modelling efforts, I also am involved in the empirical analysis of the relationship between urban form, transportation system configuration and the energy efficiency/environmental sustainability of urban transportation systems. This work involves the statistical analysis of both observed and modelled travel behaviour, as well as the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the analysis and display of spatial data.

 

Improvements in Conventional Travel Demand Models

Over the past number of years I have developed GTAMODEL, a multimodal, regional transportation modelling system for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). This four-stage modelling system is used by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation and other GTA planning agencies to analyze and forecast travel demands in the GTA. On-going evolutionary development of this EMME/2-based modelling system provides the opportunity for student research topics in a variety of areas including trip generation, distribution and mode choice modelling, for both work and non-work purposes.

Recent Papers and Publications

Integrated Urban Modelling

 

  1. Miller, E.J., "Integrated Urban Models: Progress to Date; Future Prospects", invited resource paper to be presented at the 11th International Association for Travel Behaviour Research Conference, Kyoto, August 16-20, 2006.
  2. Elgar, I and E.J. Miller, "A Conceptual Model of Small Office Firm Location", forthcoming, Transportation Research Records, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2006.
  3. Miller, E.J., "Project-Based Activity Scheduling for Household and Person Agents", Transportation and Traffic Theory, Flow, Dynamics and Human Interaction,Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory, H.S. Mahmassani (ed), Oxford, Elsevier, 2005, pp. 565-584.
  4. Roorda, M.J. and Miller, E.J., "Strategies for Resolving Activity Scheduling Conflicts: A Comparative Analysis", Progress in Activity-Based Analysis, H. Timmermans (ed), Oxford: Elsevier, 2005, pp. 203-222.
  5. Miller, E.J., "An Integrated Framework for Modelling Short- and Long-Run Household Decision-Making", Progress in Activity-Based Analysis, H. Timmermans (ed), Oxford: Elsevier, 2005, pp. 175-202.
  6. Miller, E.J., "Propositions for Modelling Household Decision-Making", Integrated Land-use and Transportation Models: Behavioural Foundations, M. Lee-Gosselin and S.T. Doherty (eds), Oxford: Elsevier, 2005, pp. 21-60.
  7. Salvini, P.A. and E.J. Miller, "ILUTE: An Operational Prototype of a Comprehensive Microsimulation Model of Urban Systems", Networks and Spatial Economics, Vol. 5, 2005, pp. 217-234.
  8. Hunt, J.D., E.J. Miller, and D.S. Kriger, "Current Operational Urban Land-Use Transport Modeling Frameworks", Transport Reviews, Vol. 25, No. 3, May, 2005, pp. 329-376.
  9. Haider, M. and E.J. Miller, "Modelling Location Choices of Housing Builders in the Greater Toronto Area", Transportation Research Records, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1898, 2004, pp. 148-156.
  10. Miller, E.J., J.D. Hunt, J.E. Abraham and P.A. Salvini, "Microsimulating Urban Systems", Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, special issue, "Geosimulation: Object-Based Modeling of Urban Phenomena", Vol. 28, 2004, pp. 9-44.
  11. Miller, E.J. and P.A. Salvini, "The Integrated Land Use, Transportation, Environment (ILUTE) Microsimulation Modelling system: Description & Current Status", Chapter 41, in D. Hensher (ed.) The Leading Edge in Travel Behaviour Research, Amsterdam: Pergamon, 2001, pp. 711-724.
  12. Haider, M. and E.J. Miller, "Effects of Infrastructure and Locational Elements on Residential Real Estate Values: An Application of Autoregressive Techniques", Transportation Research Record 1722, 2000, pp. 1-8.
  13. Badoe, D.A. and E.J. Miller,"Transportation - Land-Use Interactions: Empirical Findings and Implications for Modeling" Transportation Research D: Transport & Environment, Vol. 5D, No. 4, 2000, pp. 235-263.
  14. Miller, E.J., D.S. Kriger and J.D. Hunt, "A Research and Development Program for Integrated Urban Models", Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1685, 1999, pp. 169-176.

Activity-Based Travel Demand Modelling

 

  1. Carrasco, J.A., E.J. Miller and B. Wellman, "The Interaction Between Spatial and Social Networks: The Case of Social Activity-Travel", to be presented at the 11th International Association for Travel Behaviour Research Conference, Kyoto, August 16-20, 2006.
  2. Habib, K.M.N., EI. Elgar and E.J. Miller, "Stress Triggered Household Decision To Change Dwelling: A Simultaneous Dynamic Approach", to be presented at the 11th International Association for Travel Behaviour Research Conference, Kyoto, August 16-20, 2006.
  3. Habib, K.M.N. and E.J. Miller, "Modelling Activity Generation: A Utility Based Model for Activity-Travel Demand", to be presented at the 11th International Association for Travel Behaviour Research Conference, Kyoto, August 16-20, 2006.
  4. Miller, E.J., M.J. Roorda, C.A. Kennedy, A.S. Shalaby and H. MacLean, Activity-Based, Multi-Modal Modelling of Travel Behaviour for Urban Design, final project report to Transport Canada Transportation Planning and Modal Integration Initiatives, Toronto: Joint Program in Transportation, University of Toronto, May, 2006, 116 pages.
  5. Carrasco, J.A. and E.J. Miller, "Exploring The Propensity To Perform Social Activities: A Social Networks Approach", submitted toTransportation, 2006.
  6. Carrasco, J.A., B. Hogan, B. Wellman and E.J. Miller, "Collecting Social Network Data to Study Activity-Travel Behavior: An Egocentric Approach", submitted to Environment and Planning B, 2005.
  7. Roorda, M.J., E.J.Miller and N. Kruchten, "Incorporating Within-Household Interactions into a Mode Choice Model Using a Genetic Algorithm for Parameter Estimation", forthcoming, Transportation Research Records, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2006.
  8. Habib, K.M.N. and E.J. Miller, "Modelling Individuals’ Frequency and Time Allocation Behaviour for Shopping Activities Considering Household Level Random Effects", forthcoming, Transportation Research Records, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2006.
  9. Habib, K.M.N. and E.J. Miller, "Modelling Skeletal Components of Workers’ Daily Activity Schedules", forthcoming, Transportation Research Records, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2006.
  10. Miller, E.J., M.J. Roorda and J.A. Carrasco, "A Tour-Based Model of Travel Mode Choice", Transportation, Vol. 32, No. 4, 2005, pp. 399-422.
  11. Miller, E.J., "Introduction", guest editorial in special issue "Recent Advances in Activity-Based Travel Models", Transportation, Vol. 32, No. 4, 2005, pp. 319-320.
  12. Roorda, M., S. Doherty and E.J. Miller, "Operationalising Activity Scheduling Models: Addressing Assumptions and the Use of New Sources of Behavioural Data", Integrated Land-use and Transportation Models: Behavioural Foundations, M. Lee-Gosselin and S.T. Doherty (eds), Oxford, Elsevier, 2005, pp. 61-86.
  13. Litwin, M.S., S.T. Doherty and E.J. Miller, "Investigating Competition Patterns in Household Activity Scheduling Processes", pre-print CD, 83rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January, 2004.
  14. Litwin, M.S. and E.J. Miller, "Event-Driven Time-Series Based Dynamic Model of Decision Making Processes", pre-print CD, 83rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January, 2004.
  15. Doherty, S.T., E. Nemeth, M.J. Roorda and E.J. Miller, "Design and Assessment of the Toronto Area Computerized Household Activity Scheduling Survey", Transportation Research Records, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1894, 2004, pp. 140-149.
  16. Miller, E.J. and M.J. Roorda, "A Prototype Model of Household Activity/Travel Scheduling", Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1831, 2003, pp. 114-121.
  17. Miller, E.J. and P.A. Salvini, "Activity-Based Travel Behavior Modeling in a Microsimulation Framework", invited resource paper, Chapter 26, in H.S. Mahmassani (ed.) In Perpetual Motion, Travel Behavior Research Opportunities and Application Challenges, Amsterdam: Pergamon, 2002, pp. 533-558.
  18. Doherty, S.T., E.J. Miller, K.W. Axhausen and T. Gårling, "A Conceptual Model of the Weekly Household Activity-Travel Scheduling Process", in E. Stern, I. Salomon and P. Bovy (eds) Travel Behaviour: Patterns, Implications and Modelling, Cheltenham U.K.: Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2001, pp. 148-165.
  19. Doherty, S.T. and E.J. Miller, "Tracing the Household Activity Scheduling Process Using One-Week Computer-Based Survey",Transportation, Vol. 27, 2000, pp. 75-97.

Household Automobile Transactions Modelling

 

  1. Roorda, M.J., J.A. Carrasco and E.J. Miller, "A Joint Model of Car Ownership and Activity Scheduling", to be presented at the 11th International Association for Travel Behaviour Research Conference, Kyoto, August 16-20, 2006.
  2. Mohammadian, A. and E.J. Miller, "An Empirical Investigation of Household Vehicle Type Choice Decisions", Journal of Transportation Research Record, No. 1854, 2003, pp. 99-106.
  3. Mohammadian, A. and E.J. Miller, "Dynamic Modeling of Household Automobile Transactions", Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1831 2003, pp. 98-105.
  4. Mohammadian, A. and E.J. Miller, "Nested Logit Models and Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting Household Automobile Choices: Comparison of Performance", Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1807, pp. 92-100, 2002.
  5. Mohammadian, A. and E.J. Miller, "Estimating Expected Price of Vehicles in a Transportation Microsimulation Modeling System", Journal of Transportation, 2002, pp. 537-541.
  6. Roorda, M., A. Mohammadian and E.J. Miller, "Toronto Area Car Ownership Study: A Retrospective Interview and Its Applications",Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1719, 2000, pp. 69-76.
  7. Berkowitz, M.K., N.T. Gallini, E.J. Miller and R.A. Wolfe, "Disaggregate Analysis of the Demand for Gasoline", Canadian Journal of Economics, Volume 23, No. 2, May, 1990, pp. 253-275.
  8. Berkowitz, M.K., N.T. Gallini, E.J. Miller and R.A. Wolfe, "Forecasting Vehicle Holdings and Usage with a Disaggregate Choice Model",Journal of Forecasting, Vol. 6, No. 4, 1987, pp. 249-269.

Sustainable Transportation

 

  1. Kennedy, C.A., E.J. Miller, A.S. Shalaby, H. MacLean and J. Coleman, "The Four Pillars of Sustainable Urban Transportation", Transport Reviews,.Vol. 25, No. 4, 2005, pp. 393-414.
  2. Miller, E.J., M.J. Roorda, M. Haider and A. Mohammadian, "Empirical Analysis of Travel and Housing Costs in the Greater Toronto Area",Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1898, 2004, pp. 191-201.
  3. Miller, E.J. and A.S. Shalaby "Evolution of Personal Travel in Toronto Area and Policy Implications", Journal of Urban Planning and Development, Vol. 129, No. 1, March, 2003, pp. 1-26.
  4. Miller, E.J., M.J. Roorda, M. Haider, A. Mohammadian, J. Hoss and W.W.L. Wong, Travel and Housing Costs in the Greater Toronto Area: An Empirical Analysis, 1986-1996, report to the Neptis Foundation, Toronto: Joint Program in Transportation, University of Toronto, December, 2002, 78 pages plus appendices.
  5. Miller, E.J. and R.M. Soberman, Travel Demand and Urban Form: An Issues Paper, report to the Neptis Foundation and the Central Ontario Smart Growth Strategy Sub-Panel, Toronto: Joint Program in Transportation, University of Toronto, December, 2002, 76 pages.
  6. Miller, E.J., T. Litman and M.J. Roorda, Study of the Environmental Benefits of an Integrated Mobility System (IMS) in the Greater Toronto Area, report to Transportation Options and Moving The Economy, Toronto: Joint Program in Transportation, University of Toronto, November, 2002, 56 pages.
  7. Miller, E.J., Estimating CO2 Emissions and Other Transportation Impacts of Alternative Urban Forms, Report I: Summary of Modelling Method, in Growing Together: Prospects for Renewal in the Toronto Region, Background Reports, report to the City of Toronto, Toronto: GHK Canada, May, 2002, pp 3-16.
  8. Miller, E.J. and M. Roorda, Estimating CO2 Emissions and Other Transportation Impacts of Alternative Urban Forms, Report II: Summary of Base Network Model Test Results, in Growing Together: Prospects for Renewal in the Toronto Region, Background Reports, report to the City of Toronto, Toronto: GHK Canada, May, 2002, pp 17-40.
  9. Kennedy, C. and E.J. Miller, A Framework for Urban Infrastructure Investment in Ontario, report to the Strategic Research Division, Ontario Ministry of Finance, Toronto: Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, March, 2002, 34 pages.
  10. Miller, E.J. and A. Lee, A Personal Use Vehicle Emissions Audit for the Greater Toronto Area, final project report to the Toronto Atmospheric Fund, Toronto: Joint Program in Transportation, University of Toronto, January, 2002, 33 pages.
  11. Kennedy, C. and E.J. Miller, Urban Infrastructure Investment: Bibliography, report to the Strategic Research Division, Ontario Ministry of Finance, Toronto: Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, January, 2002, 25 pages.
  12. Lee, C.H. and E.J. Miller, "A Microsimulation Model of CO2 Emissions from Passenger Cars: Model Framework and Applications", (poster session) presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January, 2001.
  13. Soberman, R.M. and E.J. Miller, "The Impacts of Full Cost Pricing on the Sustainability of Urban Transportation: Towards Canada's Kyoto Commitments", Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 26, No. 3, 1999, pp. 345-354.

Books & Book Chapters

 

  • Miller, E.J., “Transportation”, Chapter 13 in Handbook of Microsimulation Modelling, (C. O’Donoghue, ed.), 2014, pp. 385-420.
  • Chingcuanco, F. and E.J. Miller, “The ILUTE Demographic Microsimulation Model for the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area: Current Operational Status and Historical Validation”, forthcoming, GeoComputational Analysis and Modeling of Regional Systems , J.C. Thill and S. Dragicevic (eds), Springer, 2014.
  • Roorda, M.J. and E.J. Miller (eds.) Travel  Behaviour Research: Current Foundations, Future Prospects, Select Papers from the 13th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Lulu Publishers, 2013, 536 pages.
  • Meyer, M.D. and E.J. Miller, Urban Transportation Planning, A Decision-Oriented Approach, Third Edition, web-published: http://mtsplan.com/services.html, 2013
  • Miller, E.J., "Transportation and Communications", Chapter 6 in Canadian Cities in Transition: Local Through Global Perspectives, 3rdEdition, (T. Bunting and P. Filion, eds.), Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2006, pp. 102-122.
  • Miller, E.J., "Integrated Land-Use/Transport Model Requirements", in Handbook of Transport Geography and Spatial Systems, Handbooks in Transport Volume 5, Chapter 10 (D.A. Hensher, K.J. Button, K.E. Haynes and P.R. Stopher, eds.), Elsevier Science: Amsterdam, 2004, pp. 147-166.
  • Miller, E.J., "Land Use - Transportation Modeling", Chapter 5 in Transportation Systems Planning Methods and Applications, (K.G. Goulias, ed.), Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2003, pp. 5-1 - 5-24.
  • Miller, E.J., "Microsimulation", Chapter 12 in Transportation Systems Planning Methods and Applications, (K.G. Goulias, ed.), Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2003, pp. 12-1 - 12-22.
  • Meyer, M.D. and E.J. Miller, Urban Transportation Planning: A Decision-Oriented Approach, Second Edition, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2001.

Recent Graduate Theses

  • Francisco Calderon Modelling Applications in Latin America PhD 2017-present
  • Tony ZhuangLand Use Impacts on Transit Usage MASc 2016-present (co-supervised with Prof. A. Shalaby)
  • Williams Diogu Travel Demand Modelling in Developing Countries MASc 2016-present
  • Gozde Ozonder Modelling Household Decision-Making in Integrated PhD 2016-present
  • Catalina Parada Travel Demand Modelling in Latin America MASc 2016-present
  • Brittany Chung Web-based Travel Survey Design MASc 2016-present (co-supervised with Prof. K.M. Nurul Habib)
  • Nancy Hui Complete Street Design MASc 2015-present (co-supervised with Prof. M.J. Roorda)
  • Fernanda Soares Use of Integrated Models in Transportation & Land Use Policy Diagnosis PhD 2014-present
  • Ayad Hammadi Extensions of the ILUTE Model System PhD 2014-present
  • Chris Harding Sustainable Urban Design PhD 2013-present
  • Leila Dianat Activity Scheduling Modelling PhD 2011-present
  • Gregory Lue Pedestrian Route Choice Modelling MASc 2015-present
  • Bilal Yusuf Development of Asuncion’s Transportation Network for Agent Based Transportation Modelling MEng CEM 2017
  • Francisco Calderon Agent Base Modelling As a Tool for Decision Making and Policy Assessment MEng CEM 2017
  • Teddy Lin Transit User Mode Choice Behaviour in Response to TTC Rapid Transit Service (co-supervised with Prof. A. Shalaby) MASc 2017
  • Kathryn Grond Route Choice Modelling of Cyclists in Toronto MASc 2016
  • Stanley Woo Transit fare equity: Assessing the social equity impacts of distance-based fares in Toronto, Canada MscPl 2016
  • Matthew Austin Application of GTAModel V4.0 to a Range of Transit Scenario Analyses MASc 2015
  • Shoshanna Saxe The net greenhouse impact of building new metro rail infrastructure: A case study analysis of the Jubilee Line Extension in London, UK and the Sheppard Subway Line in Toronto, Canada(co-supervised; home university: Cambridge University) PhD 2015
  • Yunfei Zhang Microsimulating Active Transportation Mode Choice Using Smartphone-based Travel Survey and Transportation Tomorrow Survey Data MASc 2015
  • Sean House Gaining Traction: Rural Transit in Haldimand and Norfolk MscPl 2015
  • Fangshou Su Pedestrian Exposure to Roadway Air Pollution (co-supervised with Prof. M.J. Roorda) MASc 2014
  • Tony Harapin Integrated Urban Energy Modelling PhD 2011-2014
  • Benjamin Louckes Transit Assignment in EMME MEng 2013
  • Yiling Deng TASHA Application in Nanjing, China (co-supervised; home University: Southeast University, Nanjing, China)PhD 2013
  • Duivestein, Jared Household Auto Ownership Modelling MASc 2013
  • Adam Harmon Labour Market Modelling MASc 2013
  • Erin Toop Transportation Planning in Small-Medium Sized Cities MASc 2013
  • Wenzhu Liu An Activity-Based Travel Model for Beijing (co-supervised with Prof. Gang Zong, Beijing University of Technology) PhD 2013
  • Haylock, Chris Mobility Hub Analysis MEng 2012-2013
  • Zhou, Jason 3-Step Freight Model Implementation MEng 2012
  • Peter Wills A Transportation Planning Primer for the Global South MEng 2012
  • Kucirek, P. Testing MATSIM Transit Assignment within TASHA MASc 2012
  • Wang, J. Non-Work/School Destination Choice Modelling MASc 2011
  • Forsey, D. Assessment of VIVA Service Impacts on Transit Ridership (co-supervised with A. Shalaby) MASc 2011
  • Lightstone, A. Analysis of Congestion Charging Alternatives for the GTA (co-supervised with Prof. M.B. Hugosson, KTH Royal Institute (KTH, Sweden) of Technology, Sweden) MSc 2011
  • Hain, M. Labour Market Model of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area for Integration within the Integrated Land Use, Transportation, Environment Modelling System (co-supervised with Prof. M. Roorda) MASc 2010
  • Farooq, B. Evolution of Urban Built Space: Markets and Decisions PhD 2010
  • Giroux-Cook, M. Microsimulating the Rental Sector in the GTA MASc 2010
  • Williams, M. Coordinated Land Use and Transportation Planning – A Sketch Modelling Approach MASc 2010
  • Cermak, S. Greener Roads for Toronto MscPl 2010
  • Habib, M.A. “Microsimulating Residential Mobility and Location Choice Processes within an Integrated Land Use and Transportation Modelling System PhD 2009
  • Santos, B.F.L. Road and Transit Network Planning with Efficiency Robustness and Equity Criteria (co-supervised with Prof. A.(Coimbra) Antunes, University of Coimbra, Portugal) PhD 2009
  • Hao, J. TASHA-MATSim Integration and its Application in Emissions Modelling MASc 2009
  • Gao, W. Comparison between MATSIM and EMME/2 on the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area Network MASc 2009
  • McElroy, D. Modelling Transit Pass Ownership MASc 2009
  • Hatzopoulou, M. An Integrated Multi-Model Approach for Predicting the Impact of Household Travel on Urban Air Quality on Simulating Population Exposure PhD 2008
  • Pritchard, D. Synthesizing Agents for Land use Transportation Modelling: Connecting Persons to Dwellings MASc 2008
  • Day, N, The Joint Modelling of Trip Timing and Mode Choice MASc 2008
  • Haroun, A. Microsimulating Residential Housing Markets PhD 1999-2007
  • Elgar, I. Modelling Office Mobility and Location Decisions in a Microsimulation Environment PhD 2007
  • Mohammed, A. Modelling the Bus Transit Network Evolution (co-supervised with A. Shalaby) PhD 2007
  • Au, A. Transit Oriented Design in the New Spadina Subway Corridor MscPl 2007
  • Habib, K.M.N. Modelling Activity Generation Processes PhD 2007
  • Egger, J. Impact of Transit Network Connectivity on Transit Use MEng 2006
  • Carrasco, J.A.   “Social Activity-Travel Behaviour: A Personal Networks Approach PhD 2006
  • Coleman, J. Evaluating User Preferences for Public Transit Technologies in the Greater Toronto Area     MASc 2006
  • Li, L.C. Analysis of Mode Split and Related Factors for Selected Study Areas in the Greater Toronto Area (co-supervised with A. Shalaby) MASc 2006
  • Mehta, P. Transportation Needs and Travel Behaviour of the Inner-City MASc 2006
  • Green, L. The Influence of Urban Form on Travel Behaviour in the Greater Toronto Area (co-supervised with C.A. Kennedy) MASc  2006
  • Ye, S. A Framework for Evaluating Sustainable-Transportation-Related Land Use Strategies MEng 2005
  • Roorda, M. Activity-Based Modeling of Household Travel PhD 2005
  • Litwin, M. Dynamic Household Activity Scheduling Processes PhD 2005
  • Zhang, J. Effectiveness of Transportation Budgeting and Spending in Canadian Municipalities (Co-supervised with J. Farrol) MscPL 2005
  • Austin, R. Building Around Transit in the Restructuring Metropolis MscPL 2005
  • Riesen, E. Assessment of the ‘Station Car’ Concept in the GTA MscPL 2004
  • Maybe, S. The Mid-Peninsula Highway: A Smart Growth Solution or Problem MscPL 2004
  • Tsang, F. Accessibility and Economic Productivity (co-supervised with C. Kennedy) MASc 2004
  • Sousa, P. Performance-Based Transit Funding MASc 2004
  • Ranjan, K. Application of UrbanSim to the Hamilton Region MEng 2003
  • Mamun, S. Modelling Express Bus Services MASc 2003
  • Salvini, J. Traffic Design Guidelines for ‘Big Box’ Retail Centres MEng 2003
  • Gibson, A. Integrated Mobility System Implementation in York Region MscPL 2003
  • Salvini, P. Design and Development of the ILUTE Operational Prototype: A Comprehensive Microsimulation Model of Urban Systems PhD 2003
  • Haider, M. Spatio-Temporal Modelling of Housing Starts in the Greater Toronto Area PhD 2003
  • Lo, H. Planning for Sustainable Transportation MEng 2003