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Assessing public opinions of and interest in new vehicle technologies: An Austin perspective
P Bansal, KM Kockelman, A Singh
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 67, 1-14, 2016
Forecasting Americans' Long-Term Adoption of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Technologies
P Bansal, KM Kockelman
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 95, 49-63, 2017
Operations of shared autonomous vehicle fleet for Austin, Texas, market
DJ Fagnant, KM Kockelman, P Bansal
Transportation Research Record 2563 (1), 98-106, 2015
Are we ready to embrace connected and self-driving vehicles? A case study of Texans
P Bansal, KM Kockelman
Transportation, 1-35, 2016
Implications of connected and automated vehicles on the safety and operations of roadway networks: a final report
K Kockelman, P Avery, P Bansal, SD Boyles, P Bujanovic, T Choudhary, ...
A Framework to Integrate Mode Choice in the Design of Mobility-on-Demand Systems
Y Liu*, P Bansal*, R Daziano, S Samaranayake
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 105, 648-655, 2019
Indian Vehicle Ownership and Travel Behaviors: A Case Study of Bangalore, Delhi and Kolkata
P Bansal, KM Kockelman, W Schievelbein, S Schauer-West
Research in Transportation Economics 71, 2-8, 2018
Extending the Logit-Mixed Logit Model for a Combination of Random and Fixed Parameters
P Bansal, RA Daziano, M Achtnicht
Journal of Choice Modelling 27 (88-96), 2017
Comparison of parametric and semiparametric representations of unobserved preference heterogeneity in logit models
P Bansal, RA Daziano, M Achtnicht
Journal of choice modelling 27, 97-113, 2018
Influence of choice experiment designs on eliciting preferences for autonomous vehicles
P Bansal, RA Daziano
Transportation Research Procedia 32, 474-481, 2018
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Ownership and Fuel Economy Across Texas: An Application of Spatial Models
P Bansal, KM Kockelman, Y Wang
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2015
A Multicriteria Decision Making Approach to Study the Barriers to the Adoption of Autonomous Vehicles
A Raj, JA Kumar, P Bansal
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 133, 122-137, 2020
Flexible estimates of heterogeneity in crowding valuation in the New York City subway
P Bansal, R Hurtubia, A Tirachini, RA Daziano
Journal of choice modelling 31, 124-140, 2019
Bringing smart transport to Texans: ensuring the benefits of a connected and autonomous transport system in Texas--final report.
KM Kockelman, SD Boyles, P Avery, C Claudel, P Bansal, L Loftus-Otway, ...
Texas. Dept. of Transportation. Research and Technology Implementation Office, 2016
Bayesian estimation of mixed multinomial logit models: Advances and simulation-based evaluations
P Bansal*, R Krueger*, M Bierlaire, RA Daziano, TH Rashidi
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 131, 124-142, 2020
Impacts of Bus-stops on the Speed of Motorized Vehicles under Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions: A Case-Study of Delhi, India
P Bansal, R Agrawal, G Tiwari
International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology 3 (2), 167-178, 2014
A Minorization-Maximization (MM) Algorithm for Semiparametric Logit Models: Bottlenecks, Extensions, and Comparisons
P Bansal, R Daziano, E Guerra
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 115, 17-40, 2018
Indian Vehicle Ownership: Insights from Literature Review, Expert Interviews, and State-Level Model
P Bansal, KM Kockelman
Journal of the Transportation Research Forum 56 (2), 2017
Eliciting preferences of TNC users and drivers: Evidence from the United States
P Bansal, A Sinha, R Dua, RA Daziano
Travel Behaviour and Society 20, 225-236, 2020
A Generalized Continuous-Multinomial Response Model with a t-distributed Error Kernel
S Dubey*, P Bansal*, RA Daziano, E Guerra
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 133, 114-141, 2020
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