Natalia Barbour
Natalia Barbour
Asst. Professor at the University of Central Florida, Former MIT Postdoc
Zweryfikowany adres z ucf.edu - Strona główna
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Shared autonomous vehicles and their potential impacts on household vehicle ownership: An exploratory empirical assessment
N Menon, N Barbour, Y Zhang, AR Pinjari, F Mannering
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 13 (2), 111-122, 2019
A statistical analysis of bike sharing usage and its potential as an auto-trip substitute
N Barbour, Y Zhang, F Mannering
Journal of Transport & Health 12, 253-262, 2019
A statistical assessment of work-from-home participation during different stages of the COVID-19 pandemic
N Barbour, N Menon, F Mannering
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives 11, 100441, 2021
Shared automated vehicles: A statistical analysis of consumer use likelihoods and concerns
N Barbour, N Menon, Y Zhang, F Mannering
Transport Policy 80, 86-93, 2019
An exploratory analysis of the role of socio-demographic and health-related factors in ridesourcing behavior
N Barbour, Y Zhang, F Mannering
Journal of Transport & Health 16, 100832, 2020
Individuals’ willingness to rent their personal vehicle to others: An exploratory assessment of peer-to-peer carsharing
N Barbour, Y Zhang, F Mannering
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives 5, 100138, 2020
Intended cycling frequency and the role of happiness and environmental friendliness after COVID-19
N Barbour, F Mannering
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 636, 2023
Use of gis spatial analysis to identify food deserts in the state of alabama
VP Sisiopiku, N Barbour
Athens Journal of Health 1 (2), 91-103, 2014
Effectiveness of bicycle helmets and injury prevention: a systematic review of meta-analyses
CM Büth, N Barbour, M Abdel-Aty
Scientific reports 13 (1), 8540, 2023
Students’ well-being and factors impacting it during COVID-19 pandemic–early findings from Delft University of Technology
N Barbour, D van Meggelen
European Journal of Engineering Education 49 (1), 192-211, 2024
Intended work from home frequency after the COVID-19 pandemic and the role of socio-demographic, psychological, disability, and work-related factors
N Barbour, M Abdel-Aty, A Sevim
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 179, 103923, 2024
Change in departure time for a train trip to avoid crowding during the COVID-19 pandemic: A latent class study in the Netherlands
J Singh, GH de Almeida Correia, B van Wee, N Barbour
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 170, 103628, 2023
Exploratory Analysis of the Crash Severity between Vehicular Automation (SAE L2-5) with Multi-Source Data
S Ding, M Abdel-Aty, D Wang, Z Wang, O Zheng, N Barbour, R Yuan
arXiv preprint arXiv:2303.17788, 2023
Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on bikeshare usage by rider membership status across selected US cities
T Vo, N Barbour, L Palaio, M Maness
Transportation Research Record 2677 (4), 547-561, 2023
Emerging Econometric and Data Collection Methods for Capturing Attitudinal and Social Factors in Activity, Travel Behavior and Safety Modeling
F Mannering, M Maness, A Pinjari, Y Zhang, N Alnawmasi, S Balusu, ...
Center for Teaching Old Models New Tricks (TOMNET), 2019
Investigation of the role of attitudinal factors on the adoption of emerging automated vehicle and safety technologies
F Mannering, M Maness, A Pinjari, Y Zhang, SK Balusu, N Barbour, ...
US Department of Transportation University Transportation Center Tampa, FL, 2018
Retaining the transportation benefits of COVID-19 induced work from home: Understanding the role of worker productivity
N Barbour, M Abdel-Aty, F Mannering
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 1-13, 2024
Exploratory analysis of injury severity under different levels of driving automation (SAE Level 2-5) using multi-source data
D Wang, S Ding, M Abdel-Aty, N Barbour, Z Wang, O Zheng
Pedestrian injury severities resulting from vehicle/pedestrian intersection crashes: An assessment of COVID-contributing temporal shifts
N Barbour, M Abdel-Aty, S Yang, F Mannering
Analytic Methods in Accident Research 43, 100334, 2024
Frameworks for multi-system innovation analysis from a sociotechnical perspective: A systematic literature review
J Bakhuis, LM Kamp, N Barbour, ÉJL Chappin
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 201, 123266, 2024
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