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
Regional impacts of high-speed rail: a review of methods and models
G Chen, JA Silva
Transportation Letters 5 (3), 131-143, 2013
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
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
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 latent attitudinal variables estimated through a structural equations model for understanding carpooling propensity
GHA Correia, JM Viegas
Transportation Planning and Technology 36 (6), 2013
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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