Christopher D Higgins
Christopher D Higgins
Assistant Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
TitleCited byYear
Forty years of modelling rapid transit’s land value uplift in North America: moving beyond the tip of the iceberg
CD Higgins, PS Kanaroglou
Transport Reviews 36 (5), 610-634, 2016
47*2016
An exploration of the freight village concept and its applicability to Ontario
CD Higgins, MR Ferguson
McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics, 2011
47*2011
Varieties of Logistics Centers
CD Higgins, M Ferguson, PS Kanaroglou
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2012
402012
A latent class method for classifying and evaluating the performance of station area transit-oriented development in the Toronto region
CD Higgins, PS Kanaroglou
Journal of Transport Geography 52, 61-72, 2016
342016
Identifying and characterizing potential electric vehicle adopters in Canada: A two-stage modelling approach
M Mohamed, C Higgins, M Ferguson, P Kanaroglou
Transport Policy 52, 100-112, 2016
222016
Light Rail and Land Use Change: Rail Transit’s Role in Reshaping and Revitalizing Cities
CD Higgins, MR Ferguson, PS Kanaroglou
Journal of Public Transportation 17 (2), 115-134, 2014
222014
Excess commuting: a critical review and comparative analysis of concepts, indices, and policy implications
PS Kanaroglou, CD Higgins, TA Chowdhury
Journal of Transport Geography 44, 13-23, 2015
202015
All minutes are not equal: travel time and the effects of congestion on commute satisfaction in Canadian cities
CD Higgins, MN Sweet, PS Kanaroglou
Transportation 45 (5), 1249-1268, 2018
142018
Size matters: How vehicle body type affects consumer preferences for electric vehicles
CD Higgins, M Mohamed, MR Ferguson
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 100, 182-201, 2017
132017
How open are Canadian households to electric vehicles? A national latent class choice analysis with willingness-to-pay and metropolitan characterization
M Ferguson, M Mohamed, CD Higgins, E Abotalebi, P Kanaroglou
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 58, 208-224, 2018
122018
Public Money and Mickey Mouse: Evaluating performance and accountability in the Hong Kong Disneyland joint venture public–private partnership
CD Higgins, AS Huque
Public Management Review, 2014
92014
Rapid transit, transit-oriented development, and the contextual sensitivity of land value uplift in Toronto
CD Higgins, PS Kanaroglou
Urban Studies, 2017
52017
Infrastructure or attraction? Image-led planning and the intangible objectives of rapid transit projects
CD Higgins, PS Kanaroglou
Journal of Planning Literature 31 (4), 452-462, 2016
52016
The North American Light Rail Experience: Insights for Hamilton
CD Higgins, MR Ferguson
McMaster Institute for Transportation & Logistics, 2012
52012
How clean are electric vehicles? Evidence-based review of the effects of electric mobility on air pollutants, greenhouse gas emissions and human health
WJ Requia, M Mohamed, CD Higgins, A Arain, M Ferguson
Atmospheric Environment, 2018
42018
The health impacts of weekday traffic: A health risk assessment of PM2. 5 emissions during congested periods
WJ Requia, CD Higgins, MD Adams, M Mohamed, P Koutrakis
Environment international 111, 164-176, 2018
42018
Shaping Hamilton with Complete Streets
MR Ferguson, CD Higgins, TA Lavery, E Haj-Abotalebi
McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics, 2015
42015
A Value Planning Framework for Predicting and Recapturing the Value of Rapid Transit Infrastructure
C Higgins
32015
The influence of vehicle body type in shaping behavioural intention to acquire electric vehicles: A multi-group structural equation approach
M Mohamed, CD Higgins, M Ferguson, WJ Réquia
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 116, 54-72, 2018
12018
Benchmarking, Planning, and Promoting Transit-Oriented Intensification in Rapid Transit Station Areas
CD Higgins
McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics, 2016
1*2016
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