Dr Ahmadreza Faghih Imani is a research associate at Urban Systems Laboratory and Centre for Transport Studies at Imperial College London. Before joining Imperial College in October 2019, he was an NSERC Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto Transportation Research Institute. He obtained his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Transportation) from McGill University in 2017. His dissertation on examining bicycle-sharing systems was recognized with the 2015 Benjamin H. Stevens Graduate Fellowship in Regional Science from North American Regional Science Association (NARSC). He is a member of the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Committee on Bicycle Transportation (ANF20).
et al., 2019, Regret minimization based joint econometric model of mode choice and departure time: a case study of university students in Toronto, Canada, Transportmetrica A-transport Science, Vol:15, ISSN:2324-9935, Pages:1214-1246
Faghih Imani A, Miller EJ, Saxe S, 2019, Cycle accessibility and level of traffic stress: A case study of Toronto, Journal of Transport Geography, Vol:80, ISSN:0966-6923
Clarry A, Faghih Imani A, Miller EJ, 2019, Where we ride faster? Examining cycling speed using smartphone GPS data, Sustainable Cities and Society, Vol:49, ISSN:2210-6707
et al., 2019, Destination choice modeling using location-based social media data, Journal of Choice Modelling, Vol:31, ISSN:1755-5345, Pages:22-34
Reynaud F, Faghih-Imani A, Eluru N, 2018, Modelling bicycle availability in bicycle sharing systems: A case study from Montreal, Sustainable Cities and Society, Vol:43, ISSN:2210-6707, Pages:32-40