Christopher D Higgins
Christopher D Higgins
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Scarborough
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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
84*2016
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
672016
Varieties of Logistics Centers
CD Higgins, M Ferguson, PS Kanaroglou
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2012
58*2012
An exploration of the freight village concept and its applicability to Ontario
CD Higgins, MR Ferguson
McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics, 2011
582011
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
502016
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 185, 64-77, 2018
492018
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
442017
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
372018
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
372015
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
352018
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
352014
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
232018
Rapid transit, transit-oriented development, and the contextual sensitivity of land value uplift in Toronto
CD Higgins, PS Kanaroglou
Urban Studies, 2017
212017
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
172014
An Exploration of the Freight Village Concept and its Applicability to Ontario. McMaster Institute of Transportation and Logistics. McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario
CD Higgins, MR Ferguson
October, 2011
132011
Imaging tools for evaluation of gusset plate connections in steel truss bridges
C Higgins, OT Turan
Journal of Bridge Engineering 18 (5), 380-387, 2013
122013
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
112018
A 4D spatio-temporal approach to modelling land value uplift from rapid transit in high density and topographically-rich cities
CD Higgins
Landscape and urban planning 185, 68-82, 2019
102019
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
92016
Accessibility, air pollution, and congestion: Capturing spatial trade-offs from agglomeration in the property market
CD Higgins, MD Adams, WJ Réquia, M Mohamed
Land Use Policy 84, 177-191, 2019
42019
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