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Giovanni Circella
Giovanni Circella
BOF Professor of Mobility, Ghent University, and Director, 3RFM Program, University of California
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What influences travelers to use Uber? Exploring the factors affecting the adoption of on-demand ride services in California
F Alemi, G Circella, S Handy, P Mokhtarian
Travel Behaviour and Society 13, 88-104, 2018
5682018
How do activities conducted while commuting influence mode choice? Using revealed preference models to inform public transportation advantage and autonomous vehicle scenarios
A Malokin, G Circella, PL Mokhtarian
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 124, 82-114, 2019
261*2019
What drives the use of ridehailing in California? Ordered probit models of the usage frequency of Uber and Lyft
F Alemi, G Circella, P Mokhtarian, S Handy
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 102, 233-248, 2019
253*2019
Projecting travelers into a world of self-driving vehicles: estimating travel behavior implications via a naturalistic experiment
M Harb, Y Xiao, G Circella, PL Mokhtarian, JL Walker
Transportation 45, 1671-1685, 2018
1922018
What affects millennials’ mobility? Part I: Investigating the environmental concerns, lifestyles, mobility-related attitudes and adoption of technology of young adults in …
G Circella, K Tiedeman, S Handy, F Alemi, P Mokhtarian
1382016
What travel modes do shared e-scooters displace? A review of recent research findings
K Wang, X Qian, DT Fitch, Y Lee, J Malik, G Circella
Transport Reviews 43 (1), 5-31, 2023
1212023
Exploring the latent constructs behind the use of ridehailing in California
F Alemi, G Circella, P Mokhtarian, S Handy
Journal of choice modelling 29, 47-62, 2018
1172018
The adoption of shared mobility in California and its relationship with other components of travel behavior
G Circella, F Alemi, K Tiedeman, S Handy, P Mokhtarian
1122018
Are millennials more multimodal? A latent-class cluster analysis with attitudes and preferences among millennial and Generation X commuters in California
Y Lee, G Circella, PL Mokhtarian, S Guhathakurta
Transportation 47, 2505-2528, 2020
992020
A conceptual typology of multitasking behavior and polychronicity preferences
G Circella, PL Mokhtarian, LK Poff
electronic International Journal of Time Use Research 9 (1), 59-107, 2012
992012
Enabling future sustainability transitions: An urban metabolism approach to Los Angeles
S Pincetl, M Chester, G Circella, A Fraser, C Mini, S Murphy, J Reyna, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 18 (6), 871-882, 2014
682014
Transport policy in the era of ridehailing and other disruptive transportation technologies
G Circella, F Alemi
Advances in transport policy and planning 1, 119-144, 2018
652018
Will autonomous vehicles change residential location and vehicle ownership? Glimpses from Georgia
SH Kim, PL Mokhtarian, G Circella
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 82, 102291, 2020
592020
It’s not all fun and games: an investigation of the reported benefits and disadvantages of conducting activities while commuting
FA Shaw, A Malokin, PL Mokhtarian, G Circella
Travel Behaviour and Society 17, 8-25, 2019
542019
Millennials in cities: Comparing travel behaviour trends across six case study regions
A Delbosc, N McDonald, G Stokes, K Lucas, G Circella, Y Lee
Cities 90, 1-14, 2019
542019
Travel-based multitasking: modeling the propensity to conduct activities while commuting
RM Berliner, A Malokin, G Circella, PL Mokhtarian
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2015
532015
Longitudinal analysis of COVID-19 impacts on mobility: an early snapshot of the emerging changes in travel behavior
G Matson, S McElroy, Y Lee, G Circella
Transportation research record 2677 (4), 298-312, 2023
502023
What affects millennials’ mobility? Part II: The impact of residential location, individual preferences and lifestyles on young adults’ travel behavior in California
G Circella, F Alemi, K Tiedeman, RM Berliner, Y Lee, L Fulton, ...
482017
What drives the gap? Applying the Blinder–Oaxaca decomposition method to examine generational differences in transportation-related attitudes
A Etezady, FA Shaw, PL Mokhtarian, G Circella
Transportation 48, 857-883, 2021
472021
The Multimodal Behavior of Millennials: Exploring Differences in Travel Choices between Young Adults and Gen Xers in California
G Circella, F Alemi, R Berliner, K Tiedeman, Y Lee, L Fulton, SL Handy, ...
Transportation Research Board 96th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2017
472017
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