Rounaq Basu
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Automated mobility-on-demand vs. mass transit: a multi-modal activity-driven agent-based simulation approach
R Basu, A Araldo, AP Akkinepally, BH Nahmias Biran, K Basak, ...
Transportation Research Record 2672 (8), 608-618, 2018
Sustainable mobility in auto-dominated Metro Boston: Challenges and opportunities post-COVID-19
R Basu, J Ferreira
Transport Policy 103, 197-210, 2021
A big data approach to understanding pedestrian route choice preferences: Evidence from San Francisco
A Sevtsuk, R Basu, X Li, R Kalvo
Travel Behaviour and Society 25, 41-51, 2021
Examining the changing health care seeking behavior in the era of health sector reforms in India: evidences from the National Sample Surveys 2004 & 2014
A Jana, R Basu
Global health research and policy 2 (1), 1-9, 2017
Understanding household vehicle ownership in Singapore through a comparison of econometric and machine learning models
R Basu, J Ferreira
Transportation Research Procedia 48, 1674-1693, 2020
Pinch Analysis as a quantitative decision framework for determining gaps in health care delivery systems
R Basu, A Jana, R Bardhan, S Bandyopadhyay
Process Integration and Optimization for Sustainability 1 (3), 213-223, 2017
Harnessing Twitter data for analyzing public reactions to transportation policies: Evidences from the Odd-Even Policy in Delhi, India
R Basu, A Khatua, A Jana, S Ghosh
Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society For Transportation Studies (EASTS) 11, 2017
Planning car-lite neighborhoods: Does bikesharing reduce auto-dependence?
R Basu, J Ferreira
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 92, 102721, 2021
A LUTI microsimulation framework to evaluate long-term impacts of automated mobility on the choice of housing-mobility bundles
R Basu, J Ferreira
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 47 (8), 1397-1417, 2020
Comparison of traditional and emerging paratransit services in Indian metropolises with dissimilar service delivery structures
R Basu, V Varghese, A Jana
Asian Transport Studies 4 (3), 518-535, 2017
An empirical analysis of relationships between cyclical components of oil price and tanker freight rates
AW Siddiqui, R Basu
Energy 200, 117494, 2020
Planning car-lite neighborhoods: Examining long-term impacts of accessibility boosts on vehicle ownership
R Basu, J Ferreira
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 86, 102394, 2020
A game theoretic approach to optimize multi-stakeholder utilities for land acquisition negotiations with informality
A Jana, R Basu, C Mukherjee
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 2019
A health care facility allocation model for expanding cities in developing nations: strategizing urban health policy implementation
R Basu, A Jana, R Bardhan
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 11 (1), 21-36, 2018
Creating spatially-detailed heterogeneous synthetic populations for agent-based microsimulation
M Zhou, J Li, R Basu, J Ferreira
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 91, 101717, 2022
The impact of COVID-19 on trips to urban amenities: Examining travel behavior changes in Somerville, MA
A Sevtsuk, A Hudson, D Halpern, R Basu, K Ng, J de Jong
PloS one 16 (9), e0252794, 2021
Implementation & policy applications of AMoD in multi-modal activity-driven agent-based urban simulator SimMobility
R Basu, A Araldo, AP Akkinepally, K Basak, R Seshadri, BHN Biran, ...
97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2018
Can increased accessibility from emerging mobility services create a car-lite future? Evidence from Singapore using LUTI microsimulation
R Basu, J Ferreira
Transportation Letters 14 (4), 332-338, 2022
We shape our buildings, but do they then shape us? A longitudinal analysis of pedestrian flows and development activity in Melbourne
A Sevtsuk, R Basu, B Chancey
PloS one 16 (9), e0257534, 2021
Reinterpreting vehicle ownership in the era of shared and smart mobility
R Basu
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019
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