Congratulations to Naomi Li on the publication of her paper, Allocating and scheduling resources for a mobile photo enforcement program, in Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. This is the final paper of her dissertation!
Congratulations to Kasturi Mahajan on her paper entitled, “Vulnerability Assessment and Capacity Scan of Alberta’s Provincial Highway Network,” accepted for publication in Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives!
Congratulations to Sabrena Ohi and Laura Cabral for having their papers accepted this spring!
Ohi’s paper, “Count Models to Represent the Impacts of Weather and Infrastructure on Flight Disruptions” was accepted in the Transportation Research Record. Her paper looks at quantifying the impacts of infrastructure and weather on the frequency of days with flight disruptions (cancellations, delays, and diversions) at Iqaluit Airport in Nunavut.
Laura’s paper, “An Empirical Reappraisal of the Four Types of Cyclists” was accepted in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. Her paper documents her reappraisal of the widely used typology using empirical data collected from 3,200 survey respondents in the City of Edmonton.
Links to pre-prints will be provided soon in Publications. Congratulations to Ohi and Laura!
Our paper “Incorporating the impacts of climate change in transportation infrastructure decision models” has been accepted in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. This paper incorporates the uncertain impacts of climate change in large-scale infrastructure decisions, particularly in allowing for flexibility in these massively costly decisions that have enormous impacts on northern communities and local economies. I am so excited to bring this important issue to light within the transportation engineering/planning academic community. Congratulations Kevin!