João de Abreu e Silva
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Analyzing the relation between land-use/urban freight operations and the need for dedicated infrastructure/enforcement—Application to the city of Lisbon
AR Alho, JA e Silva
Research in Transportation Business & Management 11, 85-97, 2014
Effects of land use characteristics on residence and employment location and travel behavior of urban adult workers
JA Silva, TF Golob, KG Goulias
Transportation Research Record 1977 (1), 121-131, 2006
Using structural equations modeling to unravel the influence of land use patterns on travel behavior of workers in Montreal
JA e Silva, C Morency, KG Goulias
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46 (8), 1252-1264, 2012
Utilizing urban form characteristics in urban logistics analysis: a case study in Lisbon, Portugal
AR Alho, JA e Silva
Journal of Transport Geography 42, 57-71, 2015
Improving mobility by optimizing the number, location and usage of loading/unloading bays for urban freight vehicles
AR Alho, JA e Silva, JP de Sousa, E Blanco
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 61, 3-18, 2018
A state-of-the-art modeling framework to improve congestion by changing the configuration/enforcement of urban logistics loading/unloading bays
A Alho, JA e Silva, JP de Sousa
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 111, 360-369, 2014
Assessing High-Speed Rail’s impacts on land cover change in large urban areas based on spatial mixed logit methods: a case study of Madrid Atocha railway station from 1990 to 2006
Y Shen, JA e Silva, LM Martínez
Journal of Transport Geography 41, 184-196, 2014
Freight-trip generation model: predicting urban freight weekly parking demand from retail establishment characteristics
AR Alho, JA Silva
Transportation Research Record 2411 (1), 45-54, 2014
Home telework and household commuting patterns in Great Britain
PC Melo, JA e Silva
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 103, 1-24, 2017
Regional impacts of high-speed rail: a review of methods and models
G Chen, JA Silva
Transportation Letters 5 (3), 131-143, 2013
Influential vectors in fuel consumption by an urban bus operator: Bus route, driver behavior or vehicle type?
JA e Silva, F Moura, B Garcia, R Vargas
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 38, 94-104, 2015
Lisbon’s Establishment-based Freight Survey: revealing retail establishments’ characteristics, goods ordering and delivery processes
AR Alho, JA e Silva
European Transport Research Review 7 (2), 16, 2015
The relationship between young people׳ s transit use and their perceptions of equity concepts in transit service provision
S Kaplan, JA e Silva, F Di Ciommo
Transport policy 36, 79-87, 2014
Using latent attitudinal variables estimated through a structural equations model for understanding carpooling propensity
GHA Correia, JM Viegas
Transportation Planning and Technology 36 (6), 2013
Spatial self-selection in land-use–travel behavior interactions: accounting simultaneously for attitudes and socioeconomic characteristics
J de Abreu e Silva
Journal of Transport and Land Use 7 (2), 63-84, 2014
Using Structural Equations Modeling to explore perceived urban freight deliveries parking issues
JA e Silva, AR Alho
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 102, 18-32, 2017
Modeling retail establishments’ freight trip generation: a comparison of methodologies to predict total weekly deliveries
AR Alho, JA e Silva
Transportation, 1-18, 2015
Estimating the provincial economic impacts of high-speed rail in Spain: An application of structural equation modeling
G Chen, JA e Silva
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 111, 157-165, 2014
Assessment of residential location satisfaction in the Lisbon metropolitan area
LG Martínez, J de Abreu e Silva, JM Viegas
Transportation Research Board 89th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2010
Modelling preferences for smart modes and services: A case study in Lisbon
CF Choudhury, L Yang, JA e Silva, M Ben-Akiva
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 115, 15-31, 2018
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