Shane Canavan is a Research Associate with the Railway and Transport Strategy Centre (RTSC) at the Centre for Transport Studies within Imperial College London.
Shane is a Civil Engineer specialising in transport economics, statistics and modelling. He is a road and urban rail specialist with a focus on efficiency, reliability, maintenance, and the impacts of technological interventions.
et al., Urban metro rail demand: evidence from dynamic generalised method of moments (GMM) estimates using panel data, Transportation Research Record, ISSN:0361-1981
et al., 2018, Operational Impacts of Platform Doors in Metros, Transportation Research Record, ISSN:0361-1981
et al., 2015, Impacts of Moving-Block Signaling on Technical Efficiency Application of Propensity Score Matching on Urban Metro Rail Systems, Transportation Research Record, ISSN:0361-1981, Pages:68-74
Melo PC, Graham DJ, Canavan S, 2012, Effects of Road Investments on Economic Output and Induced Travel Demand Evidence for Urbanized Areas in the United States, Transportation Research Record, ISSN:0361-1981, Pages:163-171