Publications & Conferences

Publications

    1. Benita, F., Fuentes, L., Guzmán, L. A., Martínez, R., Muñoz, J. C., Neo, H., … & Soza-Parra, J. (2022). Comparing COVID-19 in the antipodes: Insights from pandemic containment strategies on both sides of the Pacific. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 15, 100660.
    2. Tirachini, A., Godachevich, J., Cats, O., Muñoz, J. C., & Soza-Parra, J. (2022). Headway variability in public transport: a review of metrics, determinants, effects for quality of service and control strategies. Transport Reviews, 42(3), 337-361.
    3. Young, M., Soza‐Parra, J., & Circella, G. (2022). The increase in online shopping during COVID‐19: Who is responsible, will it last, and what does it mean for cities?. Regional Science Policy & Practice.
    4. Soza-Parra, J., Muñoz, J. C., & Raveau, S. (2021). Factors that affect the evolution of headway variability along an urban bus service. Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics, 9(1):479-490
    5. Soza-Parra, J., Raveau, S., & Muñoz, J. C. (2021). Travel preferences of public transport users under uneven headways. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 147, 61-75.
    6. Soza-Parra, J., Raveau, S., & Muñoz, J.C. Public transport reliability across preferences, modes, and space. Transportation (2021).
    7. Muñoz, J. C., Soza-Parra, J., & Raveau, S. (2020). A comprehensive perspective of unreliable public transport services’ costs. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science, 16(3), 734-748.
    8. Soza-Parra, J., Raveau, S., Muñoz, J. C., & Cats, O. (2019). The underlying effect of public transport reliability on users’ satisfaction. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 126, 83-93.
    9. Soza-Parra, J., Cats, O., Carney, Y., & Vanderwaart, C. (2019). Lessons and Evaluation of a Headway Control Experiment in Washington, D.C. Transportation Research Record, 2673(8), 430–438.
    10. Muñoz, J. C., Soza-Parra, J., Didier, A., & Silva, C. (2018). Alleviating a subway bottleneck through a platform gate. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 116, 446-455.

Conferences

 

ConferenceLocationDatePresentation Title
NECTARToronto, CanadaJuly, 2022Who is ready to live a car-independent lifestyle? A latent class cluster analysis of attitudes towards car ownership and usage.
CCHITChile (Online)October, 2021A discrete-event public transportation simulation model to evaluate the impacts of social distancing and travel demand.
INSTRStockholm, Sweden (Online)June, 2021Travel preferences of public transport users under uneven headways
CCHITSantiago, ChileOctober, 2019Travel preferences of public transport users under uneven headways

What factors determine the variability of the level of service experienced by transit users?
TransitDataParis, FranceJuly, 2019Public transport travel time reliability across modes and space
TRBWashington D.C., U.S.AJanuary, 2019Lessons and evaluation of a headway control experiment in Washington D.C.
PANAMMedellín, ColombiaSeptember, 2018The underlying effect of public transport reliability over users’ satisfaction

What factors determine the variability of the level of service experienced by transit users?
CASPTBrisbane, AustraliaJuly, 2018The underlying effect of public transport reliability over users’ satisfaction

What factors determine the variability of the level of service experienced by transit users?
IATBRSanta Barbara, U.S.A.July, 2018The underlying effect of public transport reliability over users’ satisfaction
INSTRSydney, AustraliaJanuary, 2018The underlying effect of public transport reliability over users’ satisfaction

Closing the gap between perceived and objective accessibility measures: A new approach to measuring public transport accessibility considering comfort, transfers and reliability perception
TRBWashington D.C., U.S.AJanuary, 2018Public transport travel time reliability across modes and space
CCHITLa Serena, ChileOctober, 2017Characterizing the differences on public transport travel time reliability between travellers and operators
hEARTHaifa, IsraelSeptember, 2017What factors determine the variability of the level of service experienced by transit users?
EWGTBudapest, HungarySeptember, 2017Characterizing the differences on public transport travel time reliability between travellers and operators
TransitDataSantiago, ChileApril, 2017Characterizing the differences on public transport travel time reliability between travellers and operators