Francisco J. Bahamonde Birke
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How autonomous driving may affect the value of travel time savings for commuting
F Steck, V Kolarova, F Bahamonde-Birke, S Trommer, B Lenz
Transportation research record 2672 (46), 11-20, 2018
Autonomous driving, the built environment and policy implications
E Fraedrich, D Heinrichs, FJ Bahamonde-Birke, R Cyganski
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 122, 162-172, 2019
About attitudes and perceptions: finding the proper way to consider latent variables in discrete choice models
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, U Kunert, H Link, JD Ortúzar
Transportation 44, 475-493, 2017
Assessing the effect of autonomous driving on value of travel time savings: A comparison between current and future preferences
V Kolarova, F Steck, FJ Bahamonde-Birke
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 129, 155-169, 2019
A systemic view on autonomous vehicles: Policy aspects for a sustainable transportation planning
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, B Kickhöfer, D Heinrichs, T Kuhnimhof
disP-The Planning Review 54 (3), 12-25, 2018
The potential of electromobility in Austria: Evidence from hybrid choice models under the presence of unreported information
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, T Hanappi
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 83, 30-41, 2016
The value of a statistical life in a road safety context—A review of the current literature
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, U Kunert, H Link
Transport Reviews 35 (4), 488-511, 2015
On the variability of hybrid discrete choice models
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, JD Ortúzar
Transportmetrica A: Transport Science 10 (1), 74-88, 2014
Automatisiertes fahren im personen-und güterverkehr. Auswirkungen auf den Modal-Split, das Verkehrssystem und die Siedlungsstrukturen
E Fraedrich, L Kröger, FJ Bahamonde-Birke, I Frenzel, G Liedtke, ...
e-mobil BW GmbH–Landesagentur für Elektromobilität und …, 2017
Is sequential estimation a suitable second best for estimation of hybrid choice models?
F Bahamonde-Birke, J de Dios Ortúzar
Transportation Research Record 2429 (1), 51-58, 2014
Analyzing the continuity of attitudinal and perceptual indicators in hybrid choice models
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, J de Dios Ortúzar
Journal of choice modelling 25, 28-39, 2017
The ride-sourcing industry: status-quo and outlook
M Goletz, FJ Bahamonde-Birke
Transportation Planning and Technology 44 (6), 561-576, 2021
Who will bell the cat? On the environmental and sustainability risks of electric vehicles
FJ Bahamonde-Birke
Transp. Res. Part A Policy Pract 133, 79-81, 2020
If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, I Navarro, J de Dios Ortúzar
Journal of choice modelling 22, 13-23, 2017
How to categorize individuals on the basis of underlying attitudes? A discussion on latent variables, latent classes and hybrid choice models
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, JD Ortúzar
Transportmetrica A: transport science 17 (4), 856-877, 2021
The role of tangible attributes in hybrid discrete choice models
F Bahamonde-Birke, S Raveau, MF Yáńez, JD Ortúzar
European Transport Conference, 11-13, 2010
Commuting to the future: Assessing the relationship between individuals’ usage of information and communications technology, personal attitudes, characteristics and mode choice
D Van Lierop, FJ Bahamonde-Birke
Networks and Spatial Economics 23 (2), 353-371, 2023
From riding to driving: The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on public transit in Metro Vancouver
B Kapatsila, E Grisé, D van Lierop, FJ Bahamonde-Birke
Findings, 2022
The provision of mobility as a service with autonomous vehicles. The necessity of regulatory schemes for a natural monopoly
FJ Bahamonde-Birke, M Goletz, D Ettema
Research in Transportation Economics 90, 100993, 2021
Asking the Wizard-of-Oz: How experiencing autonomous buses affects preferences towards their use for feeder trips in public transport
J Weschke, FJ Bahamonde-Birke, K Gade, E Kazagli
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 133, 103454, 2021
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