Étudiant(e) au doctorat
 
Geneviève Boisjoly
McGill University, Urbanisme
Bureau:
McGill University, Macdonald-Harrington Building  
Dernières publications
Cui B., Boisjoly Geneviève, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., El-Geneidy Ahmed M., Accessibility matters: Exploring the determinants of public transport mode share across income groups in Canadian cities, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, , 2020

Boisjoly Geneviève, Lachapelle Ugo, El-Geneidy Ahmed M., Bicycle network performance: Assessing the direct ness of bicycle facilities through connectivity measures, Montreal, Canada case study, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 15 pages, 2019

Chaloux N., Boisjoly Geneviève, Grisé E., El-Geneidy Ahmed M., Levinson D.M., I only get some satisfaction: Introducing satisfaction into measures of accessibility, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 62: 833-843, 2019

Cui B., Boisjoly Geneviève, Levinson D.M., El-Geneidy Ahmed M., Accessibility and the journey to work through the lens of equity, Journal of Transport Geography, 74: 29-277, 2019

Grisé E., Boisjoly Geneviève, Maguire M., El-Geneidy Ahmed M., Elevating access: Comparing accessibility to jobs by public transport for individuals with and without a physical disability, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 125, 280-293, 2019

Onderwater M., Boisjoly Geneviève, El-Geneidy Ahmed M., The influence of travel behaviour, personal preferences and lifestyle on perceived convenience to amenities among Calgary residents, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Vol. 2673(8) 508–522, 2019

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