Darren Scott
Darren Scott
Professor, School of Geography & Earth Sciences, McMaster University
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Network robustness index: A new method for identifying critical links and evaluating the performance of transportation networks
DM Scott, DC Novak, L Aultman-Hall, F Guo
Journal of Transport Geography 14 (3), 215-227, 2006
4632006
Measuring accessibility: positive and normative implementations of various accessibility indicators
A Páez, DM Scott, C Morency
Journal of Transport Geography 25, 141-153, 2012
3812012
Spatial statistics for urban analysis: a review of techniques with examples
A Páez, DM Scott
GeoJournal 61 (1), 53-67, 2004
3242004
Transport mobility benefits and quality of life: A time-use perspective of elderly Canadians
JEL Spinney, DM Scott, KB Newbold
Transport policy 16 (1), 1-11, 2009
2962009
Travel behavior within Canada’s older population: a cohort analysis
KB Newbold, DM Scott, JEL Spinney, P Kanaroglou, A Páez
Journal of Transport Geography 13 (4), 340-351, 2005
2322005
Identifying critical road segments and measuring system-wide robustness in transportation networks with isolating links: A link-based capacity-reduction approach
JL Sullivan, DC Novak, L Aultman-Hall, DM Scott
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 44 (5), 323-336, 2010
2142010
Social influence on travel behavior: a simulation example of the decision to telecommute
A Páez, DM Scott
Environment and Planning A 39 (3), 647-665, 2007
1972007
Exploring the route choice decision-making process: A comparison of planned and observed routes obtained using person-based GPS
D Papinski, DM Scott, ST Doherty
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 12 (4), 347-358, 2009
1892009
Active-transport walking behavior: destinations, durations, distances
H Millward, J Spinney, D Scott
Journal of Transport Geography 28, 101-110, 2013
1852013
Elderly mobility: demographic and spatial analysis of trip making in the Hamilton CMA, Canada
A Paez, D Scott, D Potoglou, P Kanaroglou, KB Newbold
Urban Studies 44 (1), 123-146, 2007
1802007
An activity-episode generation model that captures interactions between household heads: development and empirical analysis
DM Scott, PS Kanaroglou
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 36 (10), 875-896, 2002
1792002
Impacts of commuting efficiency on congestion and emissions: case of the Hamilton CMA, Canada
DM Scott, PS Kanaroglou, WP Anderson
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 2 (4), 245-257, 1997
1421997
A discrete-choice approach to modeling social influence on individual decision making
A Páez, DM Scott, E Volz
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 35 (6), 1055-1069, 2008
1382008
The role of urban form in shaping access to opportunities: an exploratory spatial data analysis
DM Scott, MW Horner
Journal of transport and land use 1 (2), 89-119, 2008
1042008
Why do you care what other people think? A qualitative investigation of social influence and telecommuting
RD Wilton, A Páez, DM Scott
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 45 (4), 269-282, 2011
962011
An analysis of day-to-day variations in individual space–time accessibility
T Neutens, M Delafontaine, DM Scott, P De Maeyer
Journal of Transport Geography 23, 81-91, 2012
912012
Location choice modeling for shopping and leisure activities with MATSim: combining microsimulation and time geography
A Horni, DM Scott, M Balmer, KW Axhausen
Transportation Research Record 2135 (1), 87-95, 2009
902009
Exploring day-to-day variability in time use for household members
H Kang, DM Scott
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 44 (8), 609-619, 2010
882010
Household mobility tool ownership: modeling interactions between cars and season tickets
DM Scott, KW Axhausen
Transportation 33 (4), 311-328, 2006
852006
A GIS-based toolkit for route choice analysis
D Papinski, DM Scott
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (3), 434-442, 2011
842011
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