Ahmed El-Geneidy
Ahmed El-Geneidy
Professor, School of Urban Planning, McGill University
Verified email at mcgill.ca - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Measuring non-motorized accessibility: issues, alternatives, and execution
M Iacono, KJ Krizek, A El-Geneidy
Journal of Transport Geography 18 (1), 133-140, 2010
2692010
Models of transportation and land use change: A guide to the territory
M Iacono, D Levinson, A El-Geneidy
Journal of Planning Literature 22 (4), 323-340, 2008
2642008
Validating walkability indices: How do different households respond to the walkability of their neighborhood?
K Manaugh, A El-Geneidy
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 16 (4), 309-315, 2011
2342011
Access to destinations: Development of accessibility measures
AM El-Geneidy, DM Levinson
2282006
The link between built environment, pedestrian activity and pedestrian–vehicle collision occurrence at signalized intersections
LF Miranda-Moreno, P Morency, AM El-Geneidy
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (5), 1624-1634, 2011
1972011
How land-use and urban form impact bicycle flows: evidence from the bicycle-sharing system (BIXI) in Montreal
A Faghih-Imani, N Eluru, AM El-Geneidy, M Rabbat, U Haq
Journal of Transport Geography 41, 306-314, 2014
1892014
Towards equitable transit: examining transit accessibility and social need in Toronto, Canada, 1996–2006
N Foth, K Manaugh, AM El-Geneidy
Journal of transport geography 29, 1-10, 2013
1872013
Better understanding of factors influencing likelihood of using shared bicycle systems and frequency of use
J Bachand-Marleau, BHY Lee, AM El-Geneidy
Transportation Research Record 2314 (1), 66-71, 2012
1652012
The happy commuter: A comparison of commuter satisfaction across modes
E St-Louis, K Manaugh, D van Lierop, A El-Geneidy
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 26, 160-170, 2014
1632014
New evidence on walking distances to transit stops: identifying redundancies and gaps using variable service areas
A El-Geneidy, M Grimsrud, R Wasfi, P Tétreault, J Surprenant-Legault
Transportation 41 (1), 193-210, 2014
1322014
A detailed analysis of how an urban trail system affects cyclists’ travel
KJ Krizek, A El-Geneidy, K Thompson
Transportation 34 (5), 611-624, 2007
1312007
A travel behavior analysis of urban cycling facilities in Montréal, Canada
J Larsen, A El-Geneidy
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 16 (2), 172-177, 2011
1232011
Estimating bus run times for new limited-stop service using archived AVL and APC data
PR Tétreault, AM El-Geneidy
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 44 (6), 390-402, 2010
1202010
Access to destinations: How close is close enough? Estimating accurate distance decay functions for multiple modes and different purposes
M Iacono, K Krizek, AM El-Geneidy
Minnesota Department of Transportation, 2008
1192008
Analyzing transit service reliability using detailed data from automatic vehicular locator systems
AM El‐Geneidy, J Horning, KJ Krizek
Journal of Advanced Transportation 45 (1), 66-79, 2011
1172011
Segmenting preferences and habits of transit users and non-users
KJ Krizek, A El-Geneidy
Journal of public transportation 10 (3), 5, 2007
1172007
The cost of equity: Assessing transit accessibility and social disparity using total travel cost
A El-Geneidy, D Levinson, E Diab, G Boisjoly, D Verbich, C Loong
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 91, 302-316, 2016
1092016
Modeling transit trip time using archived bus dispatch system data
RL Bertini, AM El-Geneidy
Journal of transportation engineering 130 (1), 56-67, 2004
1082004
Integrating social equity into urban transportation planning: A critical evaluation of equity objectives and measures in transportation plans in North America
K Manaugh, MG Badami, AM El-Geneidy
Transport policy 37, 167-176, 2015
1032015
The effect of neighbourhood characteristics, accessibility, home–work location, and demographics on commuting distances
K Manaugh, LF Miranda-Moreno, AM El-Geneidy
Transportation 37 (4), 627-646, 2010
1012010
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