Stagiaire postdoctoral(e)
 
Amir Zahabi
Concordia University, Génie de la construction
Bureau:
McGill University, Macdonald Engineering Building  
Dernières publications
Zahabi A., Chang A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Patterson Zachary, Exploring the link between the neighborhood typologies, bicycle infrastructure and commuting cycling over time and the potential impact on commuter GHG emissions, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 47-89-103, 2016

Zahabi A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Patterson Zachary, Barla P., Impacts of built environment and emerging green technologies on daily transportation greenhouse gas emissions in Quebec cities, Transportation, en ligne le 1 juillet 2015, doi 10.1007/s11116-015-9631-0, 2015

Zahabi A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Patterson Zachary, Barla P., Spatio-temporal analysis of car distance, greenhouse gases and the effect of built environment: A latent class regression analysis, Transportation Research Part A, en ligne le 24 avril 2015, doi:10.1016/j.tra.2015.04.002, 77, 1-13, 77, 1-13, 2015

Zahabi A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Barla P., Vincent B., Fuel economy of hybridelectric versus conventional gasoline vehicles in real-world conditions: A case study of cold cities in Quebec, Canada, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 32, 184-192, 2014

Zahabi A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Patterson Zachary, Barla P., Urban transportation greenhouse gas emissions and its link with urban form, transit accessibility and emerging green technologies: A montreal case study, Transportation Research Record, en ligne le 26 décembre 2013, doi: 10.3141/2375-06, 2375, 45-54, 2013

Zahabi A., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Patterson Zachary, Barla P., A methodology for evaluating land-use, parking and transit supply strategies on mode choice of downtown commuters, Journal of Transport and Land Use, 5(2), 103-119, 2012

Bureau de Québec

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Université Laval
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Canada

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Dernière mise à jour: 2018-04-25