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Mischa Young
Mischa Young
Assistant Professor, Université de l'Ontario français
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The who, why, and when of Uber and other ride-hailing trips: An examination of a large sample household travel survey
M Young, S Farber
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 119, 383-392, 2019
2172019
Measuring when Uber behaves as a substitute or supplement to transit: An examination of travel-time differences in Toronto
M Young, J Allen, S Farber
Journal of Transport Geography 82, 102629, 2020
642020
The true cost of sharing: A detour penalty analysis between UberPool and UberX trips in Toronto
M Young, S Farber, M Palm
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 87, 102540, 2020
252020
Transportation costs and urban sprawl in Canadian metropolitan areas
M Young, GA Tanguay, U Lachapelle
Research in Transportation Economics 60, 25-34, 2016
202016
Transportation behaviours of the growing Canadian single-person households
M Young, U Lachapelle
Transport Policy 57, 41-50, 2017
182017
Ride-hailing platforms are shaping the future of mobility, but for whom?
M Young, S Farber
The Platform Economy and the Smart City: Technology and the Transformation …, 2021
172021
Equity analysis and new mobility technologies: toward meaningful interventions
M Palm, S Farber, A Shalaby, M Young
Journal of Planning Literature 36 (1), 31-45, 2021
132021
Ride‐hailing's impact on Canadian cities: Now let's consider the long game
M Young
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 63 (1), 171-175, 2019
122019
Using wait-time thresholds to improve mobility: The case of UberWAV services in Toronto
M Young, S Farber
Transport Findings 14547, 1-7, 2020
62020
Mapping the demand and potential for cycling in Toronto
M Young, B Savan, K Manaugh, J Scott
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 15 (4), 285-293, 2021
52021
Eliminating barriers to nighttime activity participation: the case of on-demand transit in Belleville, Canada
Y Zhang, S Farber, M Young
Transportation, 1-24, 2021
42021
The Benefits Of On-Demand Transit In Belleville: Findings From A User Survey
Y Zhang, S Farber, M Young
University of Toronto, 2020
42020
What Happens when the Uber Tailpipe Smoke Clears: An Examination of the Impacts of Ride-Hailing in Canada
M Young
University of Toronto (Canada), 2020
22020
Parking prices and urban sprawl in Canadian metropolitan areas
M Young
Université du Québec à Montréal, 2016
12016
How the metaverse could change the purpose and feel of cities
M Young, S Choukah
The Conversation, 2022
2022
Moving ideas? The news media’s impact on ridehailing regulation in Canadian cities
A Zwick, Z Spicer, M Young
Journal of Urban Affairs, 1-17, 2022
2022
An Investigation of the Factors that Affect the Use of Pooled Ridehailing Services in California
J Compostella, X Iogansen, M Young, J Soza-Parra, AT Jenn, G Circella
Available at SSRN 4034722, 2022
2022
The increase in online shopping during COVID‐19: Who is responsible, will it last, and what does it mean for cities?
M Young, J Soza‐Parra, G Circella
Regional Science Policy & Practice, 2022
2022
The Growth in Online Shopping Frequency During COVID-19: Who is Responsible and is this Increase Temporary or Long-lasting?
M Young, J Soza-Parra, G Circella
Transportation Research Board 101st Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2022
2022
Governments must work with restaurants on a no-fee delivery app
M Young
The Conversation, 2021
2021
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